Pen Resource University School Fees

Pen Resource (PRU) University is the first private university in Gombe State.

The university is accredited by the National University Commission (NUC) to run undergraduate programs.

There are three (3) faculties and seventeen (17) departments in the Pen Resource University (PRU).

This post contains the school fees schedule for all the courses at Pen Resource University (PRU).

Pen Resource University School Fees

The following are the school fees for Pen Resource University;

DepartmentSchool Fees
Procurement Management₦915,100
Business Administration₦915,100
Economics and Development₦915,100
International Relations₦915,100
Public Administration ₦915,100
Mass Communication₦915,100
Environmental Management and Toxicology₦915,100
Industrial Chemistry₦915,100
Computer Science₦915,100
Cyber Security₦915,100
Information Technology₦915,100
Software Engineering₦915,100
Meteorology and Climate Science₦915,100
Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics₦915,100
Quantity Survey₦915,100
Survey and Geoinformatics₦915,100
Urban and Regional Planning₦915,100
Islamic Law₦1,090,000
Jurisprudence & International Law₦1,090,000
Public & Private Law₦1,090,000

Other Fees

Other FeesAmount
Sport Fee₦20,000
Technology Fee₦20,000
Health Fee₦20,000

Accommodation Fee

Accommodation FeeAmount
Room of 4 Students/Semester₦150,000


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19 thoughts on “Pen Resource University School Fees”

    • Hello Emmanuel,

      The school fees are paid every semester, that is two times in an academic session.

      But if you want to pay on instalment arrangement, you can visit the school bursary for further assistance.

      Let me know if you have further questions.

  1. I congratulate the people of the North East for having PRU. My question is, how is the new institution going to assist the less privilage ones in the zone going by the level of poverty among its inhabitants. Will there be scholarship for those willing to study but don’t have the means? Thanks.


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