Ambrose Alli University (AAU) New Biometric Capturing Exercises Deadline 2024

Ambrose Alli University (AAU) New Biometric Capturing Exercises Deadline 2024

Ambrose Alli University (AAU) has officially announced an extension to the biometric capturing exercises deadline, marking a crucial update for its student body.

The biometric capturing is a mandatory process for all students, except final year/graduating students, to verify their identity and attendance for the upcoming examinations.

The biometric capturing exercises began in January 2024 and were divided into four phases, each covering different faculty levels. The fourth and final phase was completed on February 28, 2024. The University management recognized that a significant number of students remain uncaptured, due to various reasons such as late registration, absenteeism, or technical issues.


In response, the deadline has been extended to the 10th of March, 2024, providing a vital opportunity for those who have yet to complete this essential process. The biometric capturing exercises will resume on March 4, 2024, at the Intelligent Access Unit, located at the Cordelia Agbebaku Auditorium. Students should check their faculty websites for the updated schedule and instructions.

The biometric capturing exercises are part of the University’s efforts to ensure the integrity and security of the examinations, which will commence on March 18, 2024. Students who fail to complete the biometric capturing exercises will not be allowed to enter the examination halls or access their results. The University management has urged all students to ensure immediate capturing and avoid any inconveniences or penalties.

The biometric capturing exercises involve scanning students’ fingerprints, facial features, and student identification cards. The data collected will be stored in a secure database and used to verify the student’s identity and attendance during the examinations. The biometric capturing exercises are also expected to reduce the cases of impersonation, cheating, and malpractice among students.

The University management has assured the students that the biometric capturing exercises are in compliance with the relevant data protection laws and regulations and that the data collected will only be used for academic purposes. The University management has also thanked the students for their cooperation and understanding.

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