JUBA — The administration of the University of Juba has issued an order restricting access to campus by students who have not cleared their tuition fees effective on Monday.
The order was revealed after a meeting of the academic registrars on Friday that was held at the University compound.
The meeting which focuses on the registration process resolved that all students who did not pay tuition fees would not be allowed to access the university.
The circular instructed the students to only access the campus by showing a valid student identity card which is obtained after clearance of tuition fee.
“This is to inform all students and employees of the University of Juba that as from Monday, 7th June 2021, entry to both campuses shall be controlled,” read parts of the circular issued by the University of Juba Administration on Friday.
The University administration advised the students who didn’t register to do it and clear the outstanding fees within seven days.
“Any student who does not have a valid identity card should go outside the main campus outside at the School of Computer Science to have the issue resolve with their school,” it stated.
The administration directed all students to comply with this decision.
In October last, Students at the University of Juba staged protests against the decision by the university to restrict access to those who have not cleared their fees.