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UPSA announces Registration Procedure for Continuing Students for 2020/2021 Academic Year


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UPSA announces Registration Procedure for Continuing Students for 2020/2021 Academic Year

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All Undergraduate and Diploma Continuing Students are to note that registration for the First Semester, 2020/2021 Academic Year is in progress and would end on Sunday, 31st January, 2021.

Students are reminded that the registration procedure involves three main steps:

Step 1: Payment of Fees

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♦ All Students are required to pay the appropriate Facility User Fees at Access Bank.

♦ Ensure that you quote correctly your Student Identification Number on all the pay-in-slips.

♦ Log on to  or follow the link on to disburse the payment.

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Step 2: On-line Course Registration

♦ Proceed to do the on-line course registration. Access the on-line registration portal by logging on to

♦ Print out two (2) copies of Proof of Registration Slip upon successful completion of the on-line registration. All Level 400 students are advised to contact their respective departments for the pairing of elective courses before doing the registration.

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Step 3: On-line Resit Registration (optional)

♦ Once done with the course registration, you could now pay and disburse for your re-sit registration provided you have any first semester paper(s) you wish to resit.

♦ Each Credit Hour of a re-sit paper (course) registered attracts a fee of GH¢20.00) e.g. BCPC212Business Ethics is a 3 credit hour paper and therefore attracts a re-sit registration fee of Sixty Ghana cedis (GH¢60.00).

♦ Return to your USIS Student’s portal to do your resit registration and generate the proof of registration. Please skip this step if you do not have any paper to re-sit.

Step 4:  Submission and Endorsement of Proof of Registration Slips

♦ Submit the Proof of Registration Slips to your Department Officer for endorsement after which one (1) copy of the slip will be given back to you.

♦ Weekend Students are, nonetheless, requested to carry out the same process at the Weekend School Secretariat. Step 4 completes the process of registration.

Registration Help Desk
Students experiencing any difficulties in registering may come to Room 7, Academic Affairs or call the following telephone lines: 0303-937544 or 0303-937542.

Note Carefully:

♦ All students are to note that late registration will not be entertained. Students who register late risk paying penalty ranging from GH¢50.00 – GH¢400.00.

♦ Any student who fails to register within the stipulated period of registration shall be prevented from taking part in the end of semester examinations.

♦ Completed students who have paper(s) to resit must come personally to Room 7/8, Academic Affairs, for activation of their USIS account and follow through with the rest of the steps for manual resit registration.

♦ Students who have any queries concerning the courses they are to register should contact their respective Heads of Department.

♦ Students are strongly advised to keep in a safe place all copies of payment receipts and endorsed proof of registration slip. In the event of any difficulty arising from a student’s registration, the Academic Affairs Directorate shall demand an inspection of all receipts and registration materials.

Thank you.


Anthony Afeadie

Deputy Director, Academic Affairs


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