KWASU's New School Fees Relief Grant for Staff's Children

KWASU's New School Fees Relief Grant for Staff's Children

Are you a member of the Kwara State University staff concerned about the impact of subsidy removal on your finances? How does a N100,000 School Fees Relief Grant for your children sound to you? Starting from the 2023/2024 academic session, isn't this just the sort of support that could make a world of difference? Let's unpack how this pioneering initiative could benefit your family.

In an assertive step towards supporting its community, Kwara State University has unveiled the School Fees Relief Grant (SFRG), set to commence from the 2023/2024 academic session. This grant, amounting to One Hundred Thousand Naira (N100,000.00), is dedicated to the biological children of the institution’s staff.
πŸŽ“ Fees Grant N100,000 Relief for Staff’s Children
πŸŽ’ Eligibility Biological Children of Confirmed Staff
πŸ“š Programme Types Undergrad & Regular Degree, IDEL, PDP
⏳ Duration Benefit Normal Programme Duration
πŸ§’ Max Children Up to Four per Staff Member
πŸ›‘ Grant Cessation Upon Staff Resignation, Retirement, Dismissal
πŸ–Š️ Circular Issued By Registrar, Dr. Kikelomo W. Sallee
πŸ’Ό Management Decree Approved by Acting Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Shaykh-Luqman Jimoh

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Official Endorsement of the SFRG

The introduction of the SFRG was confirmed on September 5, 2023, by the University’s Acting Vice-Chancellor, Professor Shaykh-Luqman Jimoh, as a strategic response to alleviate the impact of subsidy removal on the University’s staff.

Eligibility Criteria for the SFRGStaff Confirmation: The grant is exclusively available to biological children of staff members with confirmed employment status at the University.
Academic Programmes: It covers undergraduate and regular degree programmes, including IDEL regular and Professional Degree Programmes (PDP).
Terms of the SFRGDuration of Benefit: Eligible children will benefit from the grant for the normal length of their admitted academic programme.
Maximum Claim: A staff member can claim the grant for up to four (4) children throughout their service period at the University.
Continuation and Cessation of the GrantIn Case of Bereavement: Should a staff member pass away, their enrolled child will continue to benefit from the grant for the originally intended period.
Termination of Employment: If employment ends due to resignation, retirement, or dismissal, the grant ceases with immediate effect.

This generous grant by Kwara State University marks a commendable commitment to supporting its staff and their families. As the 2023/2024 academic year approaches, those eligible within the University’s fraternity are encouraged to take note of these new provisions and apply accordingly, ensuring their children’s educational pursuits are sustained amidst economic challenges.

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