ADSU Admission List For 2024 Admission Screening Exercise Is Out

If you applied for the Adamawa State University (ADSU) 2023/2024 Post-UTME/DE Screening exercise, here’s a quick guide on checking the admission list and the subsequent admission process.

Checking the Admission List:

  1. JAMB CAPS Portal:
    • The admission list is available on the JAMB CAPS portal.
    • Visit the JAMB facility page at
    • Log in with your Email address and password.
    • Click on the “Admission status” tab.
    • Input your JAMB registration number and select your examination year.
    • Accept your admission status and print your JAMB admission letter, as it will be required during the institution’s screening.
  2. ADSU Official Platforms:

    • The admission list is also uploaded on the ADSU Facebook official page, accessible via this link.
    • After following the JAMB CAPS procedures, you can check the list on the school’s portal using the following links:
      • ADSU Admission List [1st Batch]
      • ADSU DE Admission List [1st Batch]
      • ADSU UTME Admission List [Second Batch]
      • ADSU Supplementary Admission List

Admission Process:

Those whose names appear on the lists mentioned above should report to the school’s premises for clearance. Ensure you have the following documents:

  1. Original certificate(s) of Educational qualification
  2. Original copy of Local Government Indigene Certificate
  3. Original Birth Certificate/Statutory Declaration of Age
  4. Original/Photocopy of UTME/DE slip
  5. Original ‘O’ level results (WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, etc.)
  6. Diploma/NCE/IJMB results.
  7. Original copy of the online screening form.
  8. Original JAMB admission letter.

Important Note:

  • The admission list is released in batches, so make sure to check the specific batch that applies to you.
  • For any questions or clarifications, drop your comments below the article.
  • Share this information with others who applied for admission into ADSU.
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