UGSRC tackles students’ concerns through 2nd phase of ‘LET’s VIBE’ initiative

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The University of Ghana Student Representative Council (UGSRC) Academic Affairs Committee has taken significant steps to address student concerns through the second phase of its ‘LET’s VIBE’ initiative, an initiative set purposely to addressing academic concerns raised by students.

The committee revealed in a statement that it received a total of 503 responses, covering a wide range of issues, including unsatisfactory UGRC 210 results, re-sit registration, course visibility on Sakai, outstanding HERCs, and scholarship applications.

For the 118 students who expressed dissatisfaction with their UGRC 210 results, the committee provided guidance on the appropriate channels to seek clarity. Similarly, the committee personally addressed the 107 concerns related to re-sit registration, ensuring each student’s issue was resolved.

A significant number of students, 118, reported issues with registered courses not being visible on Sakai. These students were subsequently directed to the University of Ghana Computing Services (UGCS) for assistance. The committee also collaborated with the College of Humanities to address the 81 concerns about outstanding and cancelled HERCs still graded on MIS WEB.

Lastly, the committee worked with the UGSRC Scholarship Committee to tackle the 79 concerns related to scholarship applications and related challenges.

The SRC Academic Affairs Committee, led by Deputy Jonathan Kankam, gave assurance in its goal to remain steadfast in its commitment to addressing all academic concerns and ensuring a positive academic experience for students.

Find below the press statement from the UGSRC Academic Affairs Committee concerning their progress in addressing students needs.

Story by: Lartey Ebenezer |

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