NYSC Call-Up Letter And Vital Facts You Must Know

The NYSC call-up letter is a very important piece of document in the National Youth Service Corps. After the NYSC registration, the next things is deployment.

The NYSC Call-Up letter is the letter carrying your state of deployment and other information about the NYSC Orientation camp.

There is no deployment without the NYSC call-up letter. In fact, in a plain language, this letter will be the one to specify the particular state you are going to do your NYSC service.

NYSC Call-Up Letter Payment

You must have paid a sum of N3,000 during your NYSC registration to be able to print your Call-up letter on your NYSC dashboard. If you did not pay during your NYSC registration, you cannot print it online. You will have to go to your higher institution to get your call-up letter.

If you have paid the money, then you should keep reading as I show you vital information and how you can print your NYSC call-up letter.

Informations In The NYSC Call-Up Letter

The NYSC Call-Up letter contains the following informations below and you should look out for them when you finally print your own.

  • NYSC Address: National headquarters, Yakubu Gowon House, Plot 416, Tigris Cresent, Off Aguyi Ironsi street, Maitama, Abuja
  • Surname:
  • Other names:
  • Call-up Number:
  • State Of Origin:
  • Gender:
  • Institutions:
  • Course:
  • Date Of Graduation:
  • A law citation always in green font. 
  • State of Deployment:
  • Date of Reporting:
  • Officer-In-Charge:
  • Address Of Orientation Camp:
  • About 10 important informations you should read is also included. 
  • Then followed by the DG signature. 

Those information above are what you will see inside your NYSC call-up letter. Please read those 10 points on the letter, they are important.

How To Print The NYSC Call-Up Letter

Remember that you can only print your Call-up letter online if and only if you have paid the N3,000 during the NYSC registration.

To print your NYSC call-up letter, you will need Your registered:

  • Gmail
  • Password

Once you have your Gmail and password you used to register, then follow the simple instruction below:

  • Go to NYSC portal at http://portal.nysc.org.ng or CLICK HERE
  • Login with your email and password.
  • Click on ‘Print Call Up Letter’ link to access and print your call-up letter.

That’s it. Very simple. If you are still not getting it, Watch this tutorial Video

7 Facts About The NYSC Call-Up letter

7 Urgent Facts You Should Know About The NYSC Call-Up letter is a list of some things you do not really know about the issues surrounding the call-up letter you are about to Print.

I have been asked by several Prospective Corp Members when the portal will be opened so that they can log in and know where they are posted. Curiosity is good, but just take a moment to read these facts below.

1. There are no bad states

I wrote an article few weeks back on 10 NYSC Highest Paying States and 10 Best States To Serve As Corper In NYSC Nigeria. However, have heard and seen people who were not posted to any of those states and still finished NYSC fulfilled.

Many Prospective Corp members want to go to Lagos, they want to go to Abuja, Calarbar, Port Harcourt, Sokoto and other big Cities across the country. Most of you guys do not pray to be posted to a Village or developing rural areas.

The fact you should know is that there are not bad states. Anywhere you see on you call-up letter, you should accept it and then make the best out of it.

2. The call-up letter is not the Final Answer

Probably you are posted far away or to a place you might not like, the Call-up letter is not the final say or final Judgment. You still have a chance to re-deploy when you get to the Camp.

Ladies, do not cry when you see some states that you can’t even dream of. Pregnant women should not panic and newly married PCM should not be worried because you are posted far away to your hubby.

You can re-deploy at camp. So please don’t break down when you see a far away state.

3. The Call-Up letter is Not an ID Card

Many PCM might think it is. The fact is you should go to camp along with your ID card. It will be so hilarious if you are asked to present your identification and then you remove the Call-Up letter.

The Call-up letter is just a piece of document in relative to the NYSC alone and you will submit the original copy in camp. So it’s only for NYSC Orientation camp and after camp, you won’t need it again.

4. It Might not be Out by Exactly 12am of the day

If you plan to be awake 12 am on the exact date, better go back to bed. You will print it the next day. Even if you stay awake all night, it’s not going to change where you have been deployed.

I understand your curiosity and I know how fast you want to know where you have been posted. You don’t have to be hard on yourself. Get some sleep

5. You Might get a mail or a Text message or Nothing

NYSC management might forward a message to your phone number you used to register and via the email you used also.

At the same time, you might not see anything. Just stay connected and be online. Once it’s out, you will know.

6. You can print it any time before Camp

Many PCMs are having a sleepless night so as to print their call-up letter. It’s not a must you print it today. You can relax and print any time before camp.

It’s good to print the letter on time but it’s not a must you print it on the first day. You can check it and then print it later. Anytime before the NYSC Orientation camp is good to print the Call-up letter.

7. If you did not pay the online #3,090, you will visit your school

That is self-explanatory. I already explained this above.

Now you know everything you need to know about the NYSC Call-up letter. Please share and if you have anything to ask, just use the comment box below.

Thank you for reading.

43 thoughts on “NYSC Call-Up Letter And Vital Facts You Must Know”

  1. Animasahun latifat

    Good morning princess, can I print my call up letter and green card the same day,or green card first

  2. Please Lola I and my husband have the same surname, and I can’t register because of it. What should I do?

      1. They are telling me that my surname cannot be the same with your existing surname due to concessional posting on marital ground. I don’t understand oh

          1. See my dear Lola my surname when I was single is offor and I got married a man that his surname is offor so computer doesn’t believed that am married

  3. Abiodun Oladosu

    Mz Lola u re doing great work,op i can reprint my call up letter again If i didn’t go wt stream 1 to join stream 2 after d first printing.

  4. Good evening
    I applied for correction of name but yet to be corrected. Is there any hope that it will be corrected

  5. please I Registered two names same as the on on my statement but my jamb admission letter has 3names will it affect me at nysc orientation camp?

  6. Abaraodo CHUKS Godswil

    Good morning sis Lola when i checked my call-up letter is showing that am not among this stream but i paid the 3000 during the registration

  7. Please lola when will the call up letter come up, I register on Monday, but I have seen my green card and call up number…but the letter is not yet out, when is it going to be out, because am worried..

  8. When is batch B going to start there registration,and how long will it take the remaining batch A stream 2 to see their call up letter thank you

  9. Please my first name was emitted after registration, leaving my husband’s surname as my surname ,my middle name as my first name and my maiden name as my last name. Will it be any issue in camp

      1. Howdy Lola pls I would be finishing by December and I would be 30yrs February 2022 I just want to ask if I would still be able to go for NYS?

      1. They was a mistake My WASSEC is carryings 1989 ie the date of birth while my school documents carryings 1995 and I have printed my green card what do I do since I graduated 2019?

  10. Good day please I made mistake on my state of origin on my jamb and weac my state of origin is nasarawa while on my nysc is Abuja is it going to affect me

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