LASU Tuition & School Fees Schedule 2023/2024 [NEW CHARGES]
Lagos State University (LASU) Newly Approved Tuition/School Fees Schedule for Fresh (100Level), Special Programme (Stream 2) and Returning Undergraduate Students for 2023/2024 Academic Session.
This is to inform all students of the Lagos State University, LASU that the new school fees schedule for 2023/2024 academic session has been announced.

The new tuition / school fees was approved following Governor Sanwo-Olu's approval for the reduction of tuition fees for students of the Lagos State University (LASU).

Below are the breakdown of the New LASU Tuition / School Fees for 2023/2024 academic Session.

SEE ALSO: LASU School Fees Payment Portal Guidelines 2023/2024 [UG & PG].

LASU New Tuition / School Fees Schedule for Fresh & Returning Students 2023/2024


Regular (Without Entrepreneurship Training):

  • School Fees: Fifty-Seven Thousand Fourty Eight Naira (N57,048)
  • Utility Fee: One Thousand Naira Only (N1,000)
  • Total: Fifty-Eight Thousand  Fourty Eight Naira (N58,048)

Regular (With Entrepreneurship Training)


  • Returning Students are expected to pay Twenty-Five Thousand Naira (N25,000:00) only as tuition for the 2023/2024 Academic Session.


Please be Guided!!!


The attention of Lagos State University Authority has been drawn to a number of issues being raised in respect of the University's new schedule of fees and wishes to clarify as follows:

1. The new schedule of fees is not for old students/staylites
2. Those who are to pay the new school fees are candidates offered admission for the 2023/2024 and as such are prospective students of Lagos State University;
3. Candidates who are not able to pay have the option of considering other alternatives;
4. All stakeholders- staff and students Unions, and the State Government were duly carried along before the implementation of the new schedule of fees;
It is important that stakeholders are not swayed by emotions in the face of realities that compel the review.

It is worthy of note that LASU remains one of the most affordable universities in Nigeria in spite of the steady and rapid development that had taken place in the last few years, which culminated in her ascension as the second best university in the country, a situation that explains the high patronage of the University in the ongoing admission exercise. These developments come at huge financial costs to the university and the state government.

The increment is therefore inevitable, and should therefore be seen as a necessary step to further consolidate the quality of education being offered by the University.