2020/2021 Valley View University VVU Fees Structure- School Fees

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2020/2021 Valley View University VVU Fees Structure- School Fees

2020/2021 VVU Tuition Fees

Valley View University
Semester Fee Schedule
Valid Until June 30, 2020
(Effective July 1, 2017)

LOCAL STUDENTS
Fee Payment Policy
1. Currency: Ghana Cedis

2. Payment Options:
a. Option 1: Full payment of fees before Registration
b. Option 2: Payment by installment
i. 50% before Registration
ii. ii. 80% before Mid Semester Examinations
iii. 100% before Final Examinations
c. Option 3: Parents/Guardians/Students may apply for a Special Fee Payment
Contract at the Office of Student Financial Services

3. Students may stay Off-Campus only upon permission by the Dean of Student Life and
Services

4. Rebates/Discounts given by the Office of Student Financial Services:
a. 5% waiver for full payment of fees before reopening
b. Parents/Guardians with more than one ward receive 5% waiver for each
additional ward
c. Nursing students can register 21 credits without additional charges
d. Students who register less than 12 credits may be given special discounts

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5. Other Mandatory Charges for only FRESH Students:
a. Admission and Orientation fee is GHC200.00
b. Medical Examination fee is GHC200.00

6. Other Mandatory Charges for All Students:
a. SRC dues is GHC40.00
b. Offsite Learning fee of GHC50.00 shall be paid by students on other campuses
and centers (i.e., Techiman, Kumasi, Tamale, and Takoradi)

7. Other Optional Charges:
a. Students who register more than 18 credits will pay GHC100.00 per each extra
credit hour
b. Late Registration attracts a penalty of GHC200.00
c. Students who stay two in a room will pay GHC200.00 extra each

8. 10. Saturday Meals are free for ALL Undergraduate Students (Residential and NonResidential)

9. Special Scholarship given by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Ghana:
a. 10% of total fees for certified Seventh-day Adventist students
b. 25% of total fees for certified Seventh-day Adventist theology students
c. Each Ghanaian Seventh-day Adventist student is required to undertake 2 hours
of Work-Study per week

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