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UTech students face deregistration over tuition fee
2013-01-25 12:22:16 | with audio | (0 Comments)
Jerome Reynolds, Gleaner Writer
Student Council President, Karen Manning-Henry - file photo.
Hundreds of students at the University of Technology (Utech) are facing deregistration as the window to pay up their school fees draws to a close.
Today is the final day for students to make those payments.
The university’s administration has stressed that there will be no extension.
Student Council President, Karen Manning-Henry said scores of students are now scrambling to find funds to register for classes.
Noting that there are long lines at cashiers, Manning-Henry said many students are trying to beat today's deadline.
However, she pointed out that dozens of students just do not have the money to pay and they are uncertain about their next step.
To register for semester two, students must make a minimum payment of 70 per cent of tuition fees for classes selected by today.
The Utech said the balance must be paid by Thursday, March 28.
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UTech Student Council President Karen Manning Henry.
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