Following the acts of vandalism visited on Oguaa Hall on the night of 17th March during the Hall Week celebration of Atlantic Hall leading to two students getting critically wounded and others sustaining minor injuries, the Vice Chancellor of UCC, Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah has assured that management of the university is committed to ensuring law and order on campus.
The founding Dean of the Faculty of Law of University of Cape Coast, Professor Philip Ebo Bondzie Simpson says for Ghana to thrive on the path of development, there is the need to ensure justice for all citizens irrespective of one’s ethnic background or social status.
He says it is important to allow the supremacy of the law take charge in all the endeavors of citizens. Failure to adhere to this he explains can have dire consequences on the development of the nation.
The Dean of Students' Affairs of the University of Cape Coast [UCC] Prof. Koawo Edjah, has revealed that recent media reports on the rustication of two students of the university is non-related to the recent violent clash on campus.
He stated that the rustication has just received media attention due to the recent happenings on campus.
The Dean of Students' Affairs of the University of Cape Coast [UCC] Prof. Koawo Edjah, has revealed that the cancellation of some students’ hall celebration activities like beauty pageants, town floats and health walks was due to the negative effect these activities have had on the image of the University.
He explained that most of these activities presented the opportunity for some students to engage in illicit behaviors that are against the rules and regulations of the University.
Graduates of College of Distance education University of Cape coast will now have the opportunity to pursue Mphil and Mcom programs in October 2017.
Vice chancellor of the University Professor Joseph Ghartey Ampiah who announced this at the 49th congregation of the University of Cape coast for College of distance education noted that Graduates who have obtained Master of Education and Master of Business Administration will have the opportunity to enroll in these programs
The Vice Chancellor of University of Cape Coast, Professor Joseph Ghartey Ampiah has announced plans by the University to strengthen its distance education programme by placing strict quality assurance measures to make the programme friendly and effective as the regular system.
He said University of Cape Coast recognizes the importance of the distance education programme especially its contribution to the development of the country and is therefore ready to ensure many people have access to the programme without compromising quality.