UNIOSUN VC, who addressed a press conference a few days ago in Osogbo, said the situation of the unpaid school fees had become unbearable.
He lamented that majority of the returning students had not paid their school fees seven weeks after resumption for the current academic session.
Professor Popoola threatened that the university would publish the names of defaulters in the newspapers if they refused to pay their outstanding school fees.
He said UNIOSUN management was making frantic efforts to reach parents and guardians of the students to establish the reason for the non-payment of school fees by their wards.
Popoola disclosed that some of the students frustrate efforts to reach their parents or sponsor and urged parents to always find out the studentship status in UNIOSUN.
However, as part of measures to ensure payment of outstanding fees, the vice chancellor declared that all students, who fail to register, will no longer be allowed into the halls for lectures or write examination.