How to Check Uniuyo Semester Results Online @

The University of Uyo, Uniuyo result checker: Looking for a guide on how to check the University of Uyo semester result online? If yes, here, I’ll be showing you the few very simple but straight to the point guides you must follow to check the University of Uyo, Uniuyo result online at the comfort of your mobile phone or personal computer at your convenience. Previously, a lot of students of this great institution do experienced challenges due to the manual method of checking results. 
How to Check Uniuyo Semester Results Online @
But today, the management of the institution has to a very large extent embraced the changes that technology has brought to our door-steps by enabling on its portal an avenue for checking results(semester) online. With this, students can no longer queue up to check their results at the various departments in the University. 
The new system apart from the time and stress spared the students, also brings about efficiency in the system to some extent. Today, no matter your distance, you can check your results. So, today, I wish to share with you the steps which you must follow to check your semester’s results online at
How to check result at
If you’re a student of the University of Uyo, UNIUYO and maybe you’re worried because the results that were pasted in your department have been torn. If that is your case, don’t worry any more because you can still check that your result online. Here are the steps you can follow to do that now.
1. With your browsing phone or personal computer, logon to
2. On the website, you’ll see semester results. Click it.
3. When you performed step two above, a new page shall display. On that page, you’ll see options like;
– Check result
– Get access code
– Change access code
– Forgot access code
3. You need to get your access code first before you can check your result. So to get your access code, hit the option that says; get access code. When you do that, you’ll see a space asking you to enter your registration number. Enter it in the space accordingly and click get access code. If you did it correctly, your access code will displace. Copy it down. 
How to change your access code to the one you can easily remember.
The access code is usually a mixture of numbers and letters. You need to change it to change it to the one you can easily remember so that at any time you can use it to chack your result. So, want to change that access code? 
Here’s it. To change your access code to the one you like, click on the option on that same page that says Change access code. When you do that, a new page shall display. On the spaces provided on that page, enter your current code, enter the new code you want to use and then confirm the new code by entering it again and click change code. 
Make sure you enter the current current code or you’ll be getting message like, invalid code. To know if your code have been change successfully, you’ll see message like your code have been changed. Then to change your result with the new access code, click on check results and do the following;
a. Enter your registration number
b. Enter your access code
c. Select the year you wish to check your result and then hit check results.
Your results, GPA and CGPA will be displayed to you. You can also print your results if you like. To print, just click on the print button.
What if you’ve forgotten your access code?
If you forgot your access code, you can recover it. To recover it, follow these steps.
1. Logon to
2. Click on semester results
3. Click on forgot access code
4. Enter your registration number and hit retrieve access code.

The University of Uyo was founded in 1991 by the Federal Government of Nigeria. At the time, there existed in Uyo the University of Cross River State which was established in 1983 by the then Cross River State Government. In 1987 Akwa Ibom State with headquarters at Uyo was created out of the Cross River State and from that time up to the time of Federal Government take-over in 1991, the University was jointly owned by Akwa Ibom and Cross River State Governments.

When first proposed by the President, and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, the University was to be a Federal University of Technology (FUT) and the Campus of the University of Cross River State at Uyo was to be the nucleus of the proposed University.

Following representations and series of implementation strategy meetings, it was finally resolved by a letter dated 24th September 1991 that “the Federal Government has decided that University of Cross Rivers State should be converted into a Conventional University instead of a FUT”.

Academic activities commenced in 1991/92 session. What is today called the University of Uyo has a humble but unique historical metamorphosis. The campus where the University of Uyo is situated started in the 1930’s as a practising school and became a Teacher Training College in the 1940’s. It was upgraded to Advanced Teachers’ Training College in the 1960’s. In 1975, it became a College of Education and was converted to the University of Cross River State (UNICROSS) in 1983.

In 1991, the erstwhile University of Cross River State assumed a new status and nomenclature called the University of Uyo, a Federal University. It is a citadel of learning, research and community development.

The University is located in the heart of Uyo, capital of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Uyo is accessible by road and there are two International Airport within 100km radius – the Margaret Ekpo International Airport, Calabar, Cross River State and the Ibom International Airport in Uyo,Akwa Ibom State.

The University runs a multi-campus system namely: the Main Campus, the Town Campus and Annex Campus, the College of Health Sciences Campus and the Ime Umanah Campus. Though a third generation University in Nigeria, the University of Uyo is competing favourably with most first generation Universities in Nigeria and has recorded various strides.

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