Some freshers at the African University College of Communication taking their first lectures at the campus of the univeristy. Picture: ESTHER ADJEI
In an interview, the Business and Administration Manager at the African University College of communication, (AUCC), Mr Samuel Ogyiri Sackey, stated that the registration process had been smooth so far because students were only visiting the campus to pay their fees and take their photographs, then follow the rest of the registration process online which students were doing smoothly alongside departmental orientations before lectures could begin.
He announced that the overall orientation would be done in two weeks’ time and “we look forward to admitting a total of 600 freshers out of which 450 have already been admitted,” he stated.
On accommodation, Mr Sackey said the location of the school at the centre of Accra made it difficult for students to get hostel facilities but said the school had contacted private hostel owners and their contacts had been given to students to find accommodation when they needed it.
The story was no different from the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ), the Assistant Registrar, Public Affairs, Mr Daniel Machator, stated that though there had been an initial challenge in the registration of the freshers due to a break down on the school portal, “the challenge has been resolved and the process is smooth now”.
He said the time table for both the continuing students and the freshers had been given out to the students.
“There has been little challenges relating to the registration portal but we have resolved them and the registration process is going on smoothly. We are looking forward to admitting 2,500 freshers for the new academic year,”
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