Unisa has reminded students with modules that are temporarily registered to pay their minimum registration fees.
Students who are studying at the University of South Africa (Unisa) and are paying their own fees have been urged to pay the minimum registration fees for modules that are temporarily registered (TP).
This is so that Unisa can activate their registration for the 2022 academic year.
If you need to make your registration payment then you can go to: http://www.unisa.ac.za/paymentinfo for more information on how to make the payment.
If you have already made a payment for registration and it does not reflect on your student account then you should email a proof of payment document to [email protected]
There are closing dates for the payment of the minimum registration fee which you can access by clicking here.
Unisa says that NSFAS funded students do not have to make any registration payments, but have reminded NSFAS funded students who have completed their Higher Certificate qualifications that they must reapply for NSFAS funding if they plan on registering for another qualification in 2022.