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Important Update: UCC’s 56th Congregation Rescheduled to January 2024

Important Update: UCC’s 56th Congregation Rescheduled to January 2024

Dear Readers,

In a recent development, the University of Cape Coast (UCC) has rescheduled its 56th Congregation for the 2022/2023 Academic Year due to unforeseen circumstances. Originally planned for December 6 to December 9, 2023, the event will now take place on the following dates:

  • Open Day: Tuesday, January 23, 2024
  • Congregation: Wednesday, January 24, to Friday, January 26, 2024

Graduands are advised to take note of a non-refundable graduation fee of GH₵500.00. Payment details for Prudential Bank Ltd. and National Investment Bank are provided, and specific schedules for various programs will be communicated later.

If you’re part of a college, directorate, faculty, or school, please ensure that this information is shared within your community.

 

Sandwich students seem not to be too happy about the development, 

”This is highly unfair to us sandwich students who completed on January 9th, 2023.
It means we are to spend a full year after school without a certificate.
With all humility, leadership should do something about it. At least, make the certificates available for us to pick them.
I need the certificate more than anything.
Thank you. A student’s Comment.

For further inquiries, the signed notice by Major Kofi Baah-Bentum (Rtd), the Vice-Chancellor, includes contact information.

Payment Details:

  • Non-refundable fee: GH₵500.00
  • Banks: Prudential Bank Ltd. and National Investment Bank

Stay tuned for more updates, and thank you for your understanding.

UCC's 56th Congregation Rescheduled to January 2024

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Peter N. Djangmah is a multifaceted individual with a passion for education, entrepreneurship, and blogging. With a firm belief in the power of digital education and science, I am affectionately known as the Private Minister of Information. Connect with me
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Henry yirenkyi
Henry yirenkyi
1 month ago

Why were affiliates ( Anaesthesia) made to pay 550 cedis instead of 500 cedis

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