In collaboration with the Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (IEPA) University of Cape Coast, Ghana.

5th International Conference, 2016.

Theme:

Education, Leadership, Security Management & National Development

Sub-Theme:

Venue: College of Distance Education (CoDE), UCC

Date: Monday, 26 – Friday, 30 September, 2016.

Conference Fee: GH¢ 570 ($150)

Keynote Address:

Prof. Nelson Jagero PhD (Kenya)

STATEMENT ON THE APPOINTMENT OF NEW VICE-CHANCELLOR FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST

It is announced for the information of the university community and the general public that at its special meeting held on Saturday, 30th July, 2016, the University Council appointed Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah, current Provost of the College of Education Studies as the new Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast

Prof Ghartey Ampiah will take over from the incumbent Vice-Chancellor, Prof. D. D. Kuupole at the end Prof Kuupole’s term of office.

Signed

Provosts of Colleges

Dean of School/Faculty

Directors of Institute/Centre

Heads of Department/Unit

Office of the Registrar

Supporting Services

 

VICE-CHANCELLOR’S ANNUAL REPORT TO THE 49TH CONGREGATION

The Vice-Chancellor’s Annual Report to the 49th Congregation would be published as required by the University Statutes.

The Vice-Chancellor Prof. D.D. Kuupole, faculty, staff, and students of the University of Cape Coast welcome Dr. David Dooley, President, University of Rhode Island (URI), USA, on his inaugural trip to Ghana this April 13 -19

GUSSS Hostel Complex, located adjacent SRC hostel is available to Students. Interested Students can download Application Form and complete.

A copy of the payment slip together with the completed application form should be submitted to Room No. DF 4, Directorate of Finance at Central Administration, Old site.

guss-hostel-application-forms.docx

It is announced for the information of the University community that in accordance with Statute 10.2 of the University of Cape Coast Statutes, 2012, the University Council at its Special Meeting held on 17th December, 2015, appointed Professor George Kweku Toku Oduro, currently the Acting Provost of College of Distance Education, as the new Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University for a 3-year term with effect from 1st January, 2016. Professor Oduro takes over from the incumbent, Professor John Nelson Buah, whose term of office ends on 31st December, 2015.

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