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UDS Student Portal Login

The University for Development Studies, UDS Student Portal is created for formal and prospective students of the University to create an account or log in to perform certain academic actions at ease e.g. Course Registration, Fees Payment, Exam Results, Admission Online Application, Application Status, Acceptance Fees Payment, Transcript, Timetable, Academic Calander, Extra Credit Hours, Deferment of Admission and so much more.

Now, how do I sign in to the student login page at UDS?

UDS Student Portal

Certainly, use the following steps to login to your ucm page at UDS

  • First, click HERE to go to the login page for UDS students.
  • Next, enter your uds username and password in the fields provided on the page.
  • Lastly click on the “Login” button to sign in to your uds online page.

Indeed, the login process is similar to the uds e learning portal page. 

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Subsequently, you can now access the platform every time with your Student ID and Password on the sign in as stated above

UDS Student Portal Password Reset

If you can’t remember you ucm password, then click HERE to reset your login details at UDS.

Notably, make sure that the login password is one which you can easily remember, or better still, write and keep it in safe place for the future to be able to login to the portal page.

Otherwise, you will not be able to login to the Student Portal Login page next time

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