Sol Plaatje University (SPU) is thrilled to welcome you back for another year. Get ready as online registration for returning students goes live for 2024.

All returning students must register online (by using their own devices) via the SPU ITS Student iEnabler System.

It’s all digital this year! Get set to register online via SPU’s Integrated Tertiary Software (ITS) Student iEnabler System.

To use the ITS Student iEnabler System for registration, a returning student must have a valid student number, an email address and a unique five-digit PIN (which is sent automatically by the system to the student’s email address).

Login details are as follows:

Username:      student number

Password:       unique five-digit pin (if students have forgotten their pin, they can select the “forgot pin” button and the system will route it to their email address, captured on the system)

Returning Students who fulfil the requirements for promotion to the next level of study in the relevant programme must follow the Online Registration Guidelines available here

Need a hand? Our Contact Details for Online Registration Support document is your golden ticket to a list of SPU staff ready to assist.

There are various financial conditions that apply in order for you to register for the 2024 academic year.

The following financial conditions apply to self-funded, unfunded and funded students or students with outstanding fees.

  1. All self-funded/unfunded students are required to:
  • make an upfont payment towards fees, prior to registration, of:
  • R6 000 for tuition; and
  • R6 000 for residence (if allocated);
  • email proof of payment to the *Financial Aid Office (click here for the contact details) and proceed with online registration.
  1. Self-funded/unfunded students who are not able to make the upfront payment, prior to registration, are required to:
  • submit a written letter of motivation to the Financial Aid and Scholarship Committee (FASC) for evaluation, and email the letter to chrizelle.mally@spu.ac.za.  
  • if approved, complete an **Acknowledgement of Debt (AOD) Form (downloadable here), prior to registration;
  • email the completed AOD form to the *Financial Aid Office (click here for the contact details) and proceed with online registration.
  1. No upfront payment is required from funded students who provide proof of the following by email to the *Financial Aid Office (see contact details here), prior to registration:
  • proof from MY NSFAS (nsfas.org.za) indicating provisionally funded (returning student indicator) or eligible for funding without admission for 2024; or
  • funding from any other source.


  1. Students who owe R50 000 or less, will have their debt carried forward provided that they:
  1. Student who owe between R50 000 and R100 000, are required to:
    • make a minimum payment of R6 000;
    • complete an **Acknowledgement of Debt (AOD) Form;
    • email proof of payment, together with the completed AOD form, to the *Financial Aid Office (see contact details here) and proceed with online registration. 
  2. Students who have a debt in excess of R100 000 are required to:
    • make a minimum payment of R12 000;
    • complete an **Acknowledgement of Debt (AOD) Form;
    • email proof of payment, together with the completed AOD form, to the *Financial Aid Office (see contact details here) and proceed with online registration.


  1. Postgraduate students will be required to settle their full outstanding balance before registration.
  2. Postgraduate students with no funding will be required to make a payment of R6 000 toward their fees for 2024. This is in addition to the full outstanding debt amount being settled as described in (1) above.


·        **The Acknowledgement of Debt (AOD) Form can also be downloaded via the Self-Service Student Portal – failure to honour payments in accordance with the Payment Plan therein, by 30 April 2024, will result in a student being de-registered.


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Let’s make it a year of unforgettable learning and growth at SPU! We look forward to welcoming you back for the next step in your continued academic success in 2024.