Admission in Progress: Without JAMB, Enter 200 Level in Any University with JUPEB/IJMB. Low Fees. Learn More »

Join 50k+ Readers: Get School Updates on WhatsApp for FREE! Learn More »

Ace JAMB 2024: Score 320 and above without Stress. Learn More »

Home » News » JAMB Introduces New Method of Accepting & Rejecting Admissions Offered

JAMB Introduces New Method of Accepting & Rejecting Admissions Offered

Photo of author

Information reaching us now that the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has introduced a new method of accepting or rejecting admissions offered to candidates.

This new announcement was made by the board through its spokesman, Fabian Benjamin.

Accordingly, JAMB said henceforth, the acceptance and rejection of admissions or programmes can only be through 55019, 66019, or biometrics.


“As part of measures to simplify its processes for candidates, the Board has put necessary mechanisms in place to ensure that henceforth, all admissions offered by institutions can only be accepted or rejected either through the 55019 or 66019 channels or by using the candidate’s biometrics at any accredited CBT centre or JAMB Office.

“Through this facility, candidates would be able to accept or reject any admission offer (programme change inclusive) with his/her fingerprints.

“Therefore, the newly-crafted methods of accepting or rejecting admissions, are aimed at protecting the details of the candidates and upholding the sanctity of the admission process,” it said.

If you liked this article or have a question, leave a comment below. You can also follow our updates via WhatsApp by clicking this Link.
Spread the Word: If you found this post useful, help others discover it too! Just click and share using the buttons above!
Photo of author
About the Editorial Staff

The SchoolBegin team comprises a group of seasoned education professionals, spearheaded by Ofa Joseph, with a collective experience of more than 9 years. Their expertise has been instrumental in guiding countless students towards the realization of their academic aspirations.

Leave a comment

Copy link