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University of Ghana – Steps for Online Registration for 2019/2020 Academic Year

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For freshmen and continuing students, the management of the University of Ghana has put in place STEPS that students are to follow to get registered for the 2019/2020 academic year.

The registration is 100% online and students are to follow the steps below:

 

A.   STUDENT NUMBER AND PIN

You will need your UG Student ID Number and UG 5-digit PIN for Online Registration. If you do not have them, please follow the instructions on the website to access your provisional admission letter which contains the required information.

B.    EMAIL ACCOUNT

You will also need to have activated your UG assigned email account (the email address and initial default password are in your admission letter. You activate the email account by logging in and changing the password to your preferred one. Continuing students need not go through this process again).

 

GHANAIAN STUDENTS

Step 1: Residential Application Online

Follow these steps only if you are a fresh student and require residence on campus. If not, proceed to Step 2.

1.      Visit the UG Website and click on the fresh students’ residential application link.

2.      Type in your UG Student ID Number and UG 5-digit PIN; then click on “Login” to enter the residential application system.

3.      Select a hall choice and a room of your choice.

4.      If successful, print out your room allocation letter. Pay the required academic and residential fees at the bank and proceed to online academic and residential registration.

5.      If unsuccessful, you can still proceed to online academic registration as a non-resident student. First, pay the required academic fees at the bank.

Note that you can only access the online registration system 48 hours after payment of the required fees.

 

STEP 2:    Payment of Fees

You must pay the required minimum fee before you can register. The required minimum for the year can be found in the Schedule of Fees.

Click here for information on payment for Ghanaian students.

 

Step 3: Academic Registration Online:

Note that you will be required to undertake your actual examination/course registration after Orientation (Look out for dates and venue for Freshmen Orientation).

  1. Online registration is through the MIS Web. Click here for the procedure to access the MIS Web.
  2. Then click on “Registration” under the Student iEnabler (on the left side of the screen).
  3. Click on “Submit Registration”.
  4. Then click on the “blue letters” under “Qualification Code” and select “Register for This Qualification
  5. Click on “Save and Continue” and (for undergraduate freshmen) register for GCCR101-General Course Confirming Registration by clicking on the small box close to GCCR101.
  6. Click on “Save and Continue” to view the course you have selected.
  7. Then click on “Continue” to view the Registration Cost (Academic Facility User Fee).
  8. Click on “Accept Registration” to complete registration.
  9. Click on “Printer Friendly Format” and print proof of registration.
  10. If non-resident, click on LOG-OUT to EXIT the system; otherwise proceed to Step 4.

 

 

Step 4: Residential Registration Online (Resident Students Only)

Note that this can be done only after academic registration. The procedure for online residential registration is as follows:

1.     Click on “Residence Registration” under the Student iEnabler (on the left side of the screen).

2.      Click on “Submit Residence Registration”.

3.      Then click on the year (in blue).

4.      There will be a display confirming the Hall and Room number.

5.      Click on “I Accept” to confirm.

6.      Print the Proof of Residential Registration and keep for your records.

7.      Report to your Hall of Residence for further assistance.

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Mfantsipim SHS turns away first year students

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Some first year students and their parents who turned up at the Mfantsipim Senior High School (SHS) in the Central Region with their trunks and chop boxes on Sunday have been left stranded after they were turned away by authorities of the school.

The school’s authorities claim the students who were placed in the school under the self-placement module of the Computerised School Selection Placement System (CSSPS) were wrongly placed; thus they should go back home.

One parent who spoke to Graphic Online said upon arrival at the school, authorities asked them to go back home because her son’s name was not on the list of students who have been placed at the school.

According to her, following her son’s placement, she picked up the prospectus last Wednesday and was asked to report to the school on Sunday.

“My ward was given Visual Arts. We came here on Wednesday after my ward was placed at Mfantsipim and they gave us a prospectus. We’ve sewn uniforms, bought all the items and now they are asking us to go back home. We won’t go,” she told Graphic Online.

“When we came on Wednesday, they took our phone numbers and so if anything at all, they should have called us or sent us messages to that effect. The number of students doing visual arts on the notice board is just 22 so parents suspect there is more to it than meets the eye. They say they are not admitting but we have been given prospectus since last week to report today only to be given this news,” she added.

Meanwhile, the Ghana Education Service (GES) says no student was wrongly placed by the CSSPS.

According to the Deputy Director General in charge of Quality and Access, Kwabena Tandoh, students were placed according to their choice of schools.

In an interview, Mr Tandoh explained that students were placed by merit and thus it was impossible for anyone to complain that he or she was not placed in schools or programmes of their choice.

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Maa Lydia Donates a Car and Motorbikes to Augment University of Ghana’s Security Efforts

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The Member of Parliament (MP) for Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency, Hon. Lydia Seyram Alhassan, as part of efforts to enhance security on campus, has donated two motorbikes and a saloon car to the University.

In brief remarks, Hon. Alhassan said she had to cut short her trip when she heard of the assault case involving a student of the university in order to call on management, and also to look for ways in which she could be of assistance as the MP for the area.  She indicated that the motive for the gesture was to help increase security visibility and enhance security patrols on campus so as to create a conducive and safe environment for students and members of the University community.

Handing over the keys to the Vice-Chancellor, the Member of Parliament charged the University management to ensure judicious use of the donation, adding that she was committed to assisting the university to the best of her ability.

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Ebenezer Oduro Owusu, who received the donation on behalf of the University expressed gratitude to the MP and commended her for making security a major priority adding that the donation was timely.

Highlighting the significant role the University plays in national development, Prof. Oduro Owusu urged the MP to consider the University as one of its strategic development areas. The Vice-Chancellor used the opportunity to further solicit governmental support for the University in all areas of its operations.  He stressed the obligation of the University to prioritize the needs of students as its major stakeholders.  Prof. Oduro Owusu on behalf of management, assured the MP of the prudent use of the vehicle and motor-cycles, adding that the University is desirous to seek lasting solutions to enhance security on campus.

Some of the out-going SRC and GRASAG executives attended the ceremony.  The Presidents-elect of the Students Representative Council (SRC) and the Graduate Students Association of Ghana (GRASAG), UG branch, Messrs Isaac Agyemang, and Chris Atadika, in separate remarks, expressed appreciation to Hon. Lydia Seyram Alhassan for the kind gesture and solicited more support for the University.  They also pledged their commitment to collaborate with the management of the university to help realise the mission of the University.

Other advocacy efforts and donations made by the MP since she took office in February 2019, are the donation of 1000 streetlights to the University by the Ministry of Energy,  electric fans and litter bins to selected halls of residence as well as torchlights to the University Security Services.

A number of officials were present at the ceremony: Prof. Francis Dodoo, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Research, Innovation and Development, Prof. Patrick Ayeh-Kumi, Provost of the College of Health Sciences,  Prof. Michael Tagoe, Ag. Provost, of the College of Education, Mrs. Mercy Haizel-Ashia, Registrar, Director of Public Affairs, Mrs. Stella A. Amoa, Mr. Charles Kofinti, Director, PDMSD, Dr. Olivia Anku-Tsede, Legal Counsel,  Dr. Ibrahim Bedi, Ag. Internal Auditor, Prof. George Armah, a former Master of Commonwealth Hall, Prof. Robert Hinson, Head, Department of Marketing & Entrepreneurship, Mr. Daniel Baidoo, Director, Human Resources and Organisational Development, Mr. George Amofah, Head of Security, Mrs. Mavis Osafo-Adu, Assistant Registrar, Public Affairs and Mr. Joseph Nkansah, Senior Assistant Registrar, Office of the Vice Chancellor.  In attendance was Supt. Kofi Anokye, District Commander, Legon Police Station.

Hon. Lydia Seyram Alhassan was accompanied by Mr. Henry Nana Boakye, National Youth Organiser of the New Patriotic Party as well as some executives of the Ayawaso West Wuogon constituency.

 

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Management of Nalerigu NMTC disassociates itself from some students display of ‘JM we are sorry’ placards

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The Attention of the Management of College of Nursing and Midwifery, Nalerigu has been drawn to an audio-visual material trending on social media in which placard bearing individuals in nursing trainee uniforms expressing views on government policy matters which is purported to represent the views of students the college.

From the audio-visual material, it is noted that those individuals in the nursing trainee uniform:
1. Knelt down in response to a voice instructing them to do so and thereafter rendered an apology to the former president for not voting for him last presidential elections.

2. Carried placards bearing inscriptions representing various views relating to the policy on students trainee allowance.

We wish to state the following:
• The unfortunate incidence did not take place on the premises of the college but rather around the overlord of Mamprugu’s place

• These students were transported there without the knowledge and approval of the management.

That the college completely dissociates itself from the views and policy sentiments expressed in the audio-video material. We also condemn in no uncertain terms, any machinations or manipulations targeted at students of the institution with the aim at making political capital.

In order to forestall the recurrence of a similar incident, the college has launched a full-scale investigation into the incident since there appear to be potential breaches of the student conduct codes/rules and regulations of the college.

In conclusion, management hereby wishes to state that the College of Nursing and Midwifery, like any public nursing training institution in the country, fully supports all policies of the government.

 

SIGNED
MANAGEMENT

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