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Prof Joseph Ghartey Ampiah - Vice Chancellor of UCC

University of Cape Coast has matriculated a total of five thousand seven hundred and eighty five (5, 785) fresh students out of twelve thousand two hundred and forty (12,24O) applications in respect of undergraduate programmes and nine hundred and forty eight (948) in respect of post graduate programmes.

The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) is currently holding its 2017 national congress at University of Cape Coast. The congress affords members a platform to deliberate on issues that would enhance the growth of the association.

This year’s national congress is historic in the life of UTAG-UCC as its current leadership will assume executive roles at the national level.

Kwame Nkrumah Hall (KNH), Hall of excellence, UCC has launched its 20th anniversary celebration at its annual Osagyefo parade. The launch begins activities that will be put together to climax the grand celebration in March next year.

This year’s Osagyefo parade marked Nkrumah’s one hundred and eighth birthday which fell on Thursday September 21.

The celebration at the forecourt of the Hall was characterized by interesting military drills from the Excellence Army Cadet Corps of the KNH accompanied by music from the KNH Regimental band.

NKRUMAH IS A SYMBOLIC FOUNDER OF MODERN GHANA

The Founders Day debate keeps attracting views on what status is most suitably attributable to Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.
Professor De-Valera Botchway, with the Department of History, University of Cape Coast has described Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah as a symbolic founder of modern Ghana.

CBS CENTRE, UCC Marks First Anniversary Of The Commissioning

Exactly a year today, the immediate past Vice Chancellor of UCC, Professor Domwini Dabire Kuupole accompanied by the learned Professor, Patrick Otieno Lumumba, commissioned the Campus Broadcasting Services (CBS) Center.

Some students receiving their awards

The School of Business, University of Cape Coast on Tuesday held its 8th edition of the Annual Dean’s Award.

The award recognizes and honors students who excel at the end of the academic year by obtaining an average CGPA of 3.5 and above.

This year’s award saw 173 students from level 100 - 300 in eight programmes of the school rewarded for their excellence. Out of this number,106 were Bcom(Accounting),17 Bcom (Finance),3 Bcom(HRM), 28 Bcom(Management), 6 Procurement and Supply Chain, 4 Bcom(Marketing) and Bachelor of Management Studies students.

The School of Business, University of Cape Coast has expressed willingness to support government’s one district one factory project in the Central Region.

This was disclosed at a stakeholders meeting held on Tuesday by the Cape Coast Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry with support from the Ministry of Trade and Industry in Cape Coast.

The gathering aimed at bringing on board all stakeholders in the Central Region to plan on how to facilitate the implementation of the one district one factory project.

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