DELSU Cut Off Mark 2020 Post UTME – Departmental

The latest update on DELSU Cut Off Mark 2020/2021 used by Delta State University in screening new students for admission. The school is a multi-campus University owned by the State Government of Delta. The main campus is in Abraka while the other campuses are located at Anwai, Asaba, and Oleh. The Oleh campus of the university was set up with the 1995 Amended Edict. The University as established earlier runs a multiple-campus system having three campuses within a distance of about 200 km apart.

Currently, the total student population of the school is put to be 36,000 and the University offers a wide range of programs from the full-time certificate programs to diploma programs and degree programs to part-time evening and weekend degree programs. The University, in addition, offers postgraduate programs up to the doctoral level.

Delsu Cut Off Mark 2020/2021

The 2020/2021  academic session for Delta State University JAMB cut Off Mark is 180

Applicants to the Delta state university for admission for the new session must have sat for and passed the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB) exam for the year with a score of at least 180. All candidates who selected DELSU as their first choice of University and scored 180 and above can apply for the 2020/2021 Admission screening.

What Is Cut Off Mark?

Cut off mark is the minimum number of points a student applying for admission into a higher institution of learning must obtain in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and/or Post-Utme screening Exercise as the case may be in order to be considered for admission into a particular school.

Each school sets its own UTME cut off the mark as well as the Post-UTME cut off mark. After this, there will be departmental cut off marks to sort the students who beat the earlier cut off marks into the various departments in the school.

The delta state university department cut off marks are listed below:

DELSU Post UTME Cut Off Mark For All Departmental Courses 2020/2021

  • Faculty Of Agriculture
    • Economics    45
    • Agriculture
    • Animal Science    45
    • Fisheries    45
    • Forestry & Wild Life    45
    • Soil Science    45
  • Faculty Of Arts
    • English & Literary Studies    50
    • Fine & Applied Arts    45
    • French    45
    • History & Inter. Studies    48
    • Linguistics    45
    • Linguistics/Urhobo    45
    • Music    45
    • Philosophy    45
    • Religious Studies    45
    • Theatre Art    45
  • College Of Health Science
    • Anatomy and Cell Biology    47
    • Medical Biochemistry    50
    • Medicine & Surgery    69
    • Nursing Science    60
    • Pharmacology & Therapeutics    55
    • Physiology    48
  • Faculty Of Education
    • Agric Education    45
    • Biology Education    45
    • Business Education    45
    • Chemistry Education    45
    • Computer Education    45
    • Economics Education    45
    • English Education    45
    • Fine Art Education    45
    • French Education    45
    • Geography Education    45
    • Guidance & Counselling    45
    • Health Education    45
    • History Education    45
    • Home Economics    45
    • Integrated Science    45
    • Library & Information Science    45
    • Mathematics Education    45
    • Music Education    45
    • Physical and Health Education    45
    • Physics Education    45
    • Political Science Education    45
    • Religious Education    45
    • Social Science Education (Social Stud.)    45
  • Engineering Faculty
    • Civil Engineering    49
    • Electrical Engineering    49
    • Mechanical Engineering    49
  • Faculty Of Law
    • Law    62
  • Faculty Of Management Science    
    • Accounting and Finance    52
    • Banking & Finance    45
    • Business Administration    51
    • Marketing    45
  • Faculty Of Pharmacy
    • Pharmacy    65
  • Faculty Of Science
    • Animal & Environmental Biology    45
    • Biochemistry    47
    • Botany    45
    • Chemistry    45
    • Computer Science    48
    • Geology    45
    • Industrial Chemistry     45
    • Industrial Mathematics     45
    • Mathematics     45
    • Physics    45
    • Biochemistry Technology    45
    • Biological Technology    45
    • Chemistry Technology    45
    • Environmental Science Technology    45
    • Physics & Electronics Technology    45
  • Faculty Of Social Science
    • Accounting and Finance    52
    • Business Administration    51
    • Economics    52
    • Geography & Regional Planning    45
    • Mass Communication    57
    • Political Science    53
    • Psychology    50
    • Sociology    50

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History Of The University

Delta State University has a long history of being a Centre of academic excellence. It began as a Government Teachers’ Training College during the colonial era, a status it maintained for some years into the post-colonial era. It was then upgraded to a College of Education that awarded the Nigerian Certificate of Education (N.C.E.) from the year 1971 up to 1985.

In the year 1981, it became affiliated to the University of Benin located in Benin City as a result of which it began to offer degree programs from the year 1981 up to 1985 when it became the Education Faculty of the then Bendel State University with the main campus located at Ekpoma.

When Edo and Delta States were created in the month of August 1991, this resulted in the conversion of the main campus of the then Bendel State University, Ekpoma to Edo State University in December of the year 1991.

This then meant that an autonomous Delta State University has to be established. It was therefore only logical that the existing facility located in Abraka be upgraded to University status. The facility was upgraded on the 30th day of April 1992 by the then Executive Governor of Delta State, Olorogun Felix Ibru. The University began with 5 faculties which are;

  • Faculty of Agriculture
  • Faculty of Education
  • Faculty of Arts
  • Faculty of Science and
  • Faculty of the Social Sciences.

In the year 1995, the Delta State Government came up with a new policy of having three campuses spread within the three senatorial districts of the State. With this policy in mind, two more campuses were established to join the main campus in Abraka. They are the Anwai-Asaba and Oleh campuses. Currently, the academic programs of the Delta State University are distributed as follows amongst the three campuses:

DELSU Campuses

  • Abraka Campus Administrative Structure, Abraka Campus:
    • Faculty of Education
    • Faculty of Arts
    • Faculty of Sciences
    • Faculty of the Social Sciences
    • Faculty of Pharmacy
    • College of Basic Medical Sciences
  • Anwai-Asaba Campus
    • Faculty of Agriculture
    • Faculty of Management Sciences
    • Faculty of Environmental Studies
  • Oleh Campus
    • Faculty of Law
    • Faculty of Engineering
    • Affiliated Institutions

Delsu Admission List

Based on these cutoffs, the University will come up with the list of students that would be admitted into the various programs of the University for the 2020/2021 academic year. Candidates whose names are on the DELSU Admission List for 2020/2021 are strongly advised to accept their admission on the JAMB CAPS Portal.

The University’s first, second, third, and also fourth admission lists of candidates who are admitted into the university’s various undergraduate programs for the 2020/2021 academic session have been uploaded on the university’s portal page. If you applied to the school for this particular session, you can proceed to check your admission status by following the steps listed below.

How To Check Delsu Admission List

You can follow the following steps to check if you made the list of admitted students into DELSU for the current academic session.

  • Visit http://delsu.edu.ng/utme20182019checkadmission.asp
  • Proceed to enter your JAMB Registration Number in the space provided and
  • Click on the Check button to view your admission status.

PLEASE NOTE: All admitted candidates must make sure that their admission is ACCEPTED on the JAMB CAPS Portal.

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Conclusion on Delsu Cut Off Mark 2020/2021

DELSU is no doubt one of the best institutions of higher learning currently in the country. It has over 36,000 students learning within the school set up across its 3 campuses. The university is highly competitive and yearly, thousands of students compete for the few available spaces to enter the university.

If you applied for the 2020/2021 academic session, the school has released its admission list for the year and you can proceed to check if your name is on the list by following the steps listed in the body of this article. If your name is there, congratulations as you begin this new and exciting journey.

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