A two-day workshop with the objective of making journals of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) visible, accessible, vibrant and recognized has opened at the Scholarly Communication Unit of the Sam Jonah Library.

The workshop, being attended by editors and administrators of university journals, will end on Thursday, April 28, 2022.

Chairman of the Ghana Association of Chinese Societies and the Ghana Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Tang Hong, has urged students to always back their dreams with perseverance, patience and confidence to achieve their future goals.


He challenged them to recommit themselves and work assiduously regardless of the problems and challenges they might encounter on the road to success.

The University of Cape Coast, UCC, has launched its 60th anniversary celebrations with the theme, “60 Years of Quality Higher Education: Expanding the Frontiers”.


The colourful event congregated high level government officials and politicians, members of academia, traditional rulers, students and alumni of the University.


The University of Cape Coast has held an orientation for three hundred and six (306) Cadet officers who will be enrolling in the Postgraduate Diploma in Security Studies at the Ghana Police Academy, Ghana Police Training School in Accra.

The cadet officers form the second cohort of the Postgraduate Diploma in Security Studies being run by the University in partnership with the Ghana Police Service.

Vice-Chancellor of University of Cape Coast, Prof. Johnson Nyarko Boampong, has cut sod for the construction of a 13 million Cedis multi-purpose building for the Africa Centre of Excellence in Coastal Resilience, University of Cape Coast (ACECoR-UCC).

A former Vice-Chancellor of University of Cape Coast, UCC, Prof. Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang, has underscored the need for researchers to be financially resourced to undertake research for the development of the country. According to her, tertiary institutions must objectively review the research component of their funding.

‘Research costs money, it requires adequate funding and necessary equipment,’ she observed.

A sod has been cut for the construction of an ultra-modern toilet facility for the people of Amamoma, a community around the University of Cape Coast (UCC).

To be financed by UCC, the 16-seater facility is expected to be ready for inauguration and use before the end of the year.