‘No man can be raped in Ghana’- Central Regional DOVVSU Director

The Central Regional Director of the Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit (DOVVSU) of the Ghana Police Service, Chief Superintendent George Appiah-Sakyi, has explained that men cannot be raped under the laws of Ghana.


"In matters of rape, only girls and women can be raped in Ghana. No man can be raped in Ghana. That is the law- section 97," he pointed out.


Sandwich students at the orientation

The Office of the Dean of Students’ Affairs, University of Cape Coast (UCC) has held a day's orientation for fresh sandwich students.


The programme aimed at orienting students on course registration, regulations for junior members, campus security services, the programme duration, Academic programmes, policies and regulations, as well as Library Services for students.

The University of Cape Coast, UCC, will plant a total of 60,000 trees seedlings this year to mark its 60th anniversary celebration.

This was revealed by the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. Johnson Nyarko Boampong, when he led a tree planting exercise -Green UCC- which formed part of the Green Ghana Project.

The Green Ghana Project is aimed at speedily retrieving and revamping degraded lands and restore the country's lost green environment.

UCC signs MoU with Affiliated Colleges of Education on E-Library Resources

The University of Cape Coast has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the sixteen (16) Colleges of Education affiliated to the University on the use of UCC’s E-Library Resources.

The E-library is a storehouse that archives and disseminates digital copies of intellectual output of an institution.

The agreement allows the Colleges to access the intellectual repository of the University, through the Sam Jonah Library, to enhance teaching and learning at the Colleges.

Department of Physician Assistant Studies procures new bus

The Department of Physician Assistant Studies, University of Cape Coast has procured a 30-seater Toyota Coaster Bus to aid effective running of the Department.

The bus, valued at GHS 524,514.00, would also facilitate the transportation of students for their clinical sessions at health facilities in the Cape Coast Metropolis.

UCC inaugurates Internal Audit Committee

The University of Cape Coast, UCC, has inaugurated a five-member Audit Committee to oversee activities of the University’s governance and internal control system for proper fund management.

Speaking at the inaugural event, the Chairman of the UCC Governing Council, Prof. Obeng Mireku, who swore in the committee members, congratulated the members on their nominations.

a group photo after the meeting

The Dean of the School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Cape Coast, Dr. Nancy I. Ebu Enyan, has met a Fulbright scholar from the School of Nursing, Salisbury University, USA, Prof. Tina Reid.

Prof. Reid is in UCC to assist the Department of Mental Health under the School of Nursing and Midwifery to develop MSC, MPhil and PhD in Mental Health programmes.

UCC Basic School wins National Spelling Bee contest

The University of Cape Coast Basic School has emerged winner of the 2022 Spelling Bee National Competition.

The School won both the Primary and Junior High School (JHS) categories of the contest organized by Edupro Concepts Ventures.