GZU Student Portal Login
Are you trying to figure out how to get to the GZU Student Portal Login page? You are in the proper location.
The Great Zimbabwe University (GZU) Student Portal is a term that refers to the login page where students can enter their username and password to receive access to an education organization’s programs as well as other learning-related resources and information.
The specific purpose of using the student portal involves:
- GZU Course Registration;
- GZU Fees payment;
- Checking your semester result;
- Viewing your GZU Admission status and admission letter printing;
- Acceptance fee payment;
- Downloading your GZU transcript;
- Keeping track of the semester academic calendar;
- Applying for extra credit hours;
- Deferment of Admission, etc.
- Prospective students
- First year students
- Continuing/Returning Students
HOW TO ACCESS/LOGIN
- Open your internet browser e.g. Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, etc.
- Go to https://studentportal.gzu.ac.zw/
- Kindly log in with your username and password
- Once logged in, you will be able to perform any of the academic activities.
HOW TO RESET PASSWORD
- To reset your password, submit your username or your email address. If you are found in the database, an email will be sent to your email address, with instructions on how to get access again.
- GZU Student Portal Login: https://studentportal.gzu.ac.zw/
- GZU Main Website: https://www.gzu.ac.zw/
GZU CONTACT ADDRESS:
- Great Zimbabwe University
- Off Old Great Zimbabwe Road
- P.O Box 1235 Masvingo, Zimbabwe
- +263 39 266648/58/60
The Great Zimbabwe University, then known as Masvingo State University, was established through the recommendations of the Chetsanga Report of August 1995 which proposed the devolution of Teachers’ and Technical Colleges into degree awarding institutions that would eventually become universities in their own right.
The University was launched in June 1999 as the Masvingo Degree Programme of the University of Zimbabwe. Professor Obert Edward Maravanyika was appointed as the first acting Pro Vice Chancellor and identified the university’s niche as the reading of arts and culture related studies in performing, visual, literary and digi/electronic arts.