Members of the Governing Council of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) have toured University lands that have been encroached upon by some private developers and individuals.
The purpose of the visit was to enable Council members to see at firsthand the level of encroachment on the
Participants of the dinner in a group photo

The School of Nursing and Midwifery has held a  farewell dinner for  nursing students and faculty from the Salisbury University, USA.


The visiting students, with some  clad in tailored African prints at the dinner night, were in the University of Cape Coast(UCC) to seek practical exposure on Ghana's Health systems as part of Study Abroad Exchange Programme between the two universities. 


REACT Humanitarian Networkpresenting books to the School of Economics
REACT Humanitarian Network, a UK-based Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), has presented several titles of economics-based books to the School of Economics.
Presenting the books at the School of Economics Conference Room, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of REACT Humanitarian Network, Mr.
he Turnitin Account Administrator of the University, Mr. Isaac Nketsiah

A four-day capacity training workshop aimed at broadening the knowledge and skills of Academic Senior Members on the use of “Turnitin”,  a plagiarism check software,  has ended at the Training Room of the Sam Jonah Library.

 The Students’ Representative Council Chief Justice.

UCC Students' Parliament House has resumed sitting for the First Meeting of the 20th Parliament for the 2022/2023 Academic Year.


The Students’ Representative Council Chief Justice, Justice Edmund Kofi Gunu, swore into office the new Speaker of Parliament, Rt. Hon. Edmund Owusu.


A man on a podium addressing a crowd

The Department of Physician Assistant Studies has held a consultative meeting with students to discuss pertinent issues about their academic and welfare concerns for the forward march of the Department.


The gathering afforded opportunity for faculty members and students to discuss a wide range of issues within the Department in particular and the University at large.

The School of Nursing of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) has hosted Nursing students from Salisbury University, USA,   as part of study Abroad Exchange Programme between the two universities.
The students, numbering seven (7), will seek practical exposure on Ghana Health systems. 
The visit also seeks to equip the students with basic knowledge to enable them appreciate their field of study and the interaction with students and faculty of UCC. 
The School of Nursi
Fresh students of College of Humanities and legal studies receiving orientation

The University of Cape Coast (UCC) has held a three-day orientation programme for fresh students. 

The orientation, which was held at the college level, was to create awareness of the University’s rules and regulations as well as provide platform for them to interact with University Officials on matters relating to their academic work in the University. 

group photo with the deputy education minister with some Gold Fields Foundation Officials
Fourty-eight students of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) have received full scholarships from GoldFields Ghana Foundation.
The beneficiaries who were selected mainly  from Tarkwa (29 students) and Damang (19 students) host communities, received GH¢115,000.
The scholarship covers full Academic Facility User Fees of the beneficiaries f