Awardees with the Vice-Chancellor

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof Johnson Nyarko Boampong, has commended the University Basic School contestants who participated in the 5th African Spelling Bee Championship in Blantyre, Malawi. 

The contestants- Master Kobina Adu Ampah-Mensah (Primary School) and Master Edem Segbenya (from JHS) – distinguished themselves at the competition and placed third, with spellers from Nigeria and Malawi taking the first and second positions respectively. 

Prof. Boampong added that the competition was not all about winning but there  was so much to learn from the experiences. 

A delegation led by a member of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) Sports and Recreation Committee, Dr. Daniel Apaak, has presented trophies won at the 2022 Ghana Universities Sports Association (GUSA) Games to the Vice-Chancellor, Prof Johnson Nyarko Boampong, at the Council Chamber.

Mr. Adom-Konadu speaking at the orientation

A day’s orientation programme has been organised for national service personnel, who have been posted to the University of Cape Coast (UCC) for the 2022/2023 service year.

The programme, organised by Training and Development Section under the Directorate of Human Resource, was aimed at giving the personnel opportunity to acquaint themselves with the operations of the University, as well as to sensitise them on their role towards national development.

Group photograph of GCB bank and UCC officials

GCB Bank Limited has presented a cheque for GH¢ 300,000 to the University of Cape Coast, UCC, in support of establishment of a Biomedical and Clinical Research Centre.

Members of the Governing Council of University of Cape Coast,UCC, have paid fact-finding visit to some ongoing projects outside the University's main campus. 

Projects visited

The projectsd visited by Council members included the School of Agriculture Commercial and Research Farm at Twifo Wamaso Commercial Farm lands in the Central Region; Retreat Centre at Agona Nyakrom in the Central Region; and College of Distance Education (CoDE) Regional Study Centre at Dominase in the Ashanti Region.

Purpose of

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.