MSU students who fail to pay fees will not be allowed to attend lessons or sit for exams

In a notice by the State institution’s registrar Midlands State University (MSU) students who fail to register over non-payment of fees or are not on a payment plan approved by the institution will not be allowed to attend lessons or sit for examinations.

Initial and late registration ends on March 31 and April 28, with students on a payment plan expected to produce printed and stamped online payment plans in class. Part of the notice reads:

All students, new and returning are advised that in order to attend lectures, students must have either paid fees and registered or be on an approved payment plan. Please note that no student shall be allowed to sit for the May — June 2017 examinations without complying with the above. Make haste to regularise your status as it will be virtually impossible for you to write examinations before fulfilling the following; evidence of class attendance and evidence of continuous assessment.

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