Battling with challenges or unanswered questions while at University? Whereas the Registrars may be able to support you; you may also seek professional support from Mr. Henry Nsubuga, Manager, Guidance and Counselling on 0772558022. The centre is located between the College of Education and External Studies and Mary Stuart Hall.
There are many penalties that may be enforced if a student contravenes the guidelines above. They range from
As we run up to the start of the exams our advice to all students is to ensure that we follow the guidelines above not to fall into problems!!
Students are advised to familiarize themselves with the policy on Rules on Examination Malpractices and Irregularities (As Amended by the Special Senate on 13th November, 2014 and approved by the 135th Meeting of Council)
By policy, all tuition fees are refundable before the end of the sixth week. Ensure that your application for refund falls before the 6 weeks elapse
Contact your School Registrar who will advise you on the various options. If this fails, apply for a dead year as you re-organize yourself.
Do not put up a scene in the examination room. Follow the instructions of the invigilator and await further instructions from the School Registrar
You have the right to appeal the decision of the School. Route your appeal through the College Registrar
Inform your School Registrar in writing with evidence of having obtained medical attention. Your first point of contact would be the University Hospital since its where you opened a file as a student.
Report the incidence to Makerere University Police Post if the incident occurred in the University vicinity or any police station near you. Inform the College Principal through the College Registrar [in writing]. Proceed to make arrangements to pay your tuition to enable you write your exams.
Submit these documents to your respective School Registrar or designated place in the College. Remember to retain a photocopy of the above documents…just in case….