The University of Cape Coast Junior Old Students Association (UNIJOSA 94) and  the 1984 group of the University Kindergarten have donated assorted items valued about three thousand, five hundred Ghana Cedis (3,500) to the University Kindergarten to boost learning at the school.

The items included a set of drums, a 32 inch LED television and Christmas package.

The outgoing Central Regional Police Commander, DCOP Ransford Ninson and the incoming Central Regional Police Commander, DCOP Yaagy Akuribah have paid courtesy call on the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. D. D. Kuupole in his office.

Receiving the visitors, Prof. Kuupole stated that the University would continue to partner the Police to fight crime both on campus and the surrounding communities. He noted that through the joint patrol by the Police and the University Security, the crime rate on campus has drastically reduced.

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. D. D. Kuupole ended his nationwide tour to institutions affiliated to the University of Cape Coast (UCC) at SS Peter and Paul Pastoral and Social Institute, Wa in the Upper West Region. Addressing management of the Institute at Wa, Prof. Kuupole thanked them for the confidence and trust they have in UCC. He noted that considering their distance, they could have chosen to affiliate with institutions closer to them adding that “You came all the way from the North to the Coast and by passed other public universities for mentorship from the UCC.”

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. D. D. Kuupole has entreated churches that have established educational institutions to adequately provide them with the needed financial and logistic support to effectively and efficiently deliver quality education to their students.

Prof. Kuupole advised leaders of churches to avoid incessant interference in the running of their educational institutions but rather provide the enabling environment for them to operate.

The Head, Department of Pathology, School of Medical Sciences of the College of Health and Allied Sciences (CoHAS), University of Cape Coast, Dr. Kafui P. Akakpo has stated that the quest to find the truth has always underpinned autopsy practice.

“The quest to find the truth has always driven autopsy practice and will continue to be the reason for autopsy”.

The Registrar, Mr. John Kofi Nyan has visited some examination centres to acquaint himself with the progress of the on-going end of 2015/2016 first semester examinations.

Some of the centres the Registrar visited were the lecture halls in the Faculty of Education Lecture Complex, New Examinations Centre, College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences lecture halls all at the Northern Campus (Science). Other centres he visited at the Southern Campus were the Old library and the Department of Vocational and Technical Education.

The South African High Commissioner to Ghana, Her Excellency Lulama Xingwana has paid courtesy call on the Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Prof. John Nelson Buah as part of her visit to the Central Region

Madam Xingwana explained that her visit was to familiarise herself with the Central Region adding that “Cape Coast is known as the Citadel of education in the country hence the visit.”

The Vice-President of the Republic of Ghana, Mr. Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has launched the prestigious Diamond Club of the University of Cape Coast at a grand ceremony at Labadi Beach Hotel.

The Distance Education Students Association of Ghana, University of Cape Coast (DESAG-UCC) has held its 8th Annual National Delegates Congress at the Sunyani Polytechnic in the Brong Ahafo Region on the theme; Distance Education, a Tool for Economic Sustainability and National Development. The three-day congress brought together 360 delegates from 79 Study Centres of the College of Distance Education in the ten (10) regions of Ghana.

The Chief of Ewiansa, Nana Yaw Fatoho II of the Mpoho Traditional Area, Western Region known in private life as Conrad Nana Yanney, and a staff of the University of Cape Coast Main Library has been formally introduced to the University Management at the Council Chamber. Among the entourage of Nana Yaw Fataho were the Apewosika Chief, Nana Kweku Enu III, Obaahemaa Yaa Nketsiaa II, Ebusuapaynin Apo Nkrumah and other family members.