How To Check NYSC Senate List (All Schools) – Batch A 2017

NYSC Senate list for Batch A 2017 for all schools is out online and this post will show you how to check. The NYSC Senate approved list for Batch A 2017 is available on NYSC mobilization portal. All graduates of Nigerian tertiary institutions waiting for mobilization for NYSC have been waiting for this after the release of the Batch A 2017 Mobilization timetable.

If your institution is mobilizing for the 2017 A orientation programme, this concerns you. You can check the list your institution sent to NYSC. This will help you check your name on the list and verify that you have been mobilized by the institution you graduated from.

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How to Check NYSC Senate Approved List For All Institutions — Batch A 2017

To check the NYSC senate approved list of mobilized graduates for all schools,

  • Go to the the Senate List or Its equivalent Checker at
  • In the first option, choose the name of your institution
  • Enter your Matriculation number in the second space
  • In the third, input your Surname
  • Next, choose your Day, Month and Year of birth, and
  • Finally, click on the search button to verify senate list and your name on it.

In case you check and do not see your name on the list, don’t get agitated yet. The list is still currently being uploaded and yours might not be online yet. Here are some other reasons your name might not be on senate list and what you can do to resolve them.

ALSO SEE: Items You Should Take To NYSC Camp [Personal Needs]

Also, according to the released mobilization calendar, online registration for prospective corps members will start soonest. The date scheduled for the commencement of online registration is 8th February, 2016. You can follow the steps outlined in the post linked below to see how to register.

ALSO CHECK :: NYSC Online Registration Procedure For Batch A 2017

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