How do I get a NYSC call up letter?

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) is a mandatory one-year service program for all Nigerian graduates below the age of 30. The program aims to instill discipline, self-reliance, and patriotism in Nigerian youths, while also contributing to the development of the nation.

One of the most important documents for prospective NYSC corps members is the call-up letter. This letter contains essential information about reporting to the orientation camp, including the camp address, reporting date, and required documents.

Eligibility for NYSC Call-Up Letter

To be eligible for an NYSC call-up letter, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a Nigerian citizen under the age of 30
  • Have a bachelor’s degree, Higher National Diploma (HND), or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution in Nigeria or abroad
  • Have completed the NYSC registration process and submitted all required documents

Steps to Get Your NYSC Call-Up Letter

  1. Complete NYSC Registration:

The first step to getting your call-up letter is to complete the NYSC registration process. This can be done online through the NYSC portal at During registration, you will be required to create an account, provide personal information, upload academic documents, and pay the registration fee.

  1. Await Mobilization:

Once you have completed registration, you will need to wait for mobilization. Mobilization is the process of assigning corps members to their respective states of deployment. Mobilization is usually announced on the NYSC website and social media platforms.

  1. Print Call-Up Letter:
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After mobilization, you can print your call-up letter from the NYSC portal. To do this, you will need to log into your account and click on the “Print Call-Up Letter” link.

Important Documents to Carry to Orientation Camp

Here are the essential documents you should carry to the orientation camp:

  • NYSC call-up letter
  • Academic documents (original and photocopy)
  • Statement of result (original and photocopy)
  • Personal identity card (original and photocopy)
  • Passport photograph (recent)
  • White T-shirt and shorts
  • Sportswear
  • Black shoes


The NYSC call-up letter is an essential document for prospective corps members. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can ensure you have your call-up letter in hand and are ready to embark on your NYSC journey. Remember to stay informed about NYSC updates and adhere to all guidelines for a smooth and successful service year.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How do I know if I have been mobilized?

You will be notified of your mobilization status through the NYSC portal, email, and SMS.

What happens if I don’t receive my call-up letter?

If you don’t receive your call-up letter, you should contact the NYSC headquarters immediately for assistance.

Can I print my call-up letter multiple times?

Yes, you can print your call-up letter multiple times. However, you should only carry one copy to the orientation camp.

What do I do if I lose my call-up letter?

If you lose your call-up letter, you can reprint it from the NYSC portal.

Additional Tips

  • Ensure you complete the NYSC registration process accurately and submit all required documents.
  • Regularly check the NYSC website and social media platforms for updates on mobilization and other important information.
  • Keep your call-up letter safe and accessible.
  • Arrive at the orientation camp early to avoid any last-minute rush.
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