Prospective & Continuing Students

Prospective Students

TENP focus on interdisciplinary studies allows students to tailor their academic experiences to their career and life goals. As one of the largest public institutions in the country, TENP has many exciting academic programmes underway that encourage strong partnerships between students and departments.Choosing a course is no small feat. It's important to make sure that the schools you apply to have the programs and resources that meet your personal and academic needs. It's also important to understand what the schools expect from you. We believe TENP offers some of the best academic and student-services programs around; our programmes are some of the most accomplished and motivated students anywhere. Find out for yourself. Use the links below to learn more about what it takes to be at TENP.

Who comes to TENP? Students ready to challenge themselves with talented classmates and top-notch lecturers in one of our campuses in the ultimate college. Students who want to participate in our clubs and organizations, work with cutting-edge resources and technologies and cheer on some of the nation’s most successful sports teams. TENP students come from all over the country. They are great students. Will one of them be you?

Should I complete the TENP Application for Admission? If you have applied and taken at least one course at TENP, you do not need to submit a new application.You can update your information at the Admissions and Records Office.The purpose of Registration is to confirm or amend the information already held on your personal academic records and demonstrate your intention to continue your studies.Registration is also required for you to ensure that you put arrangements in place for payment of your fees.It is the polytechnic's regulation that all students are required to register termly, prior to their start date.

Continuing students are not required to complete an application if you were enrolled in classes within the past term. You may proceed directly to registration by reporting your respective departments. However, you are not considered a continuing student if you applied in an intake and did not enroll. For instance, if you applied for the September intake and did not enroll you are not considered a continuing student and must apply as a new student.