We know y’all are now settling into the whole school closure break and seriously planning for REPU but you might not want to get too comfortable because we’re going back to school!
The UEW Governing Council has issued a press statement on the 3rd of April, 2019 which details their decisions and reopening of the school.
The Governing Council of the University of Education, Winneba has released a press statement on its decisions in connection with the recent development at the University.
The Governing Council finds the current state of affairs very worrying on the following grounds:
- The current state of affairs is attracting negative reportage for the University on the media landscape, which does not augur well for institutional branding and development.
- The Governing Council acknowledges that it has the ultimate responsibility of ensuring that lasting peaceful environment for academic work is established on our campuses.
As a result, the Governing Council has reviewed its disciplinary decisions of March 7, 2019, which affected three lecturers. The Council has pardoned and reinstated these three affected lecturers: Prof. Ephraim Avea Nsoh, Dr Emmanuel Osei Sarpong, and Dr Frimpong Kwaku Duku to their various ranks in the University with effect from Thursday, 4th April 2019.
The Governing Council also, upon advice and permission from the Regional Security Council, hereby announces the following arrangements for the re-opening of the University:
- The arrival of Students on Campus – Monday, 8th April 2019.
- Mid-Semester Examinations – Tuesday, 9th April 2019 to Friday, 12th April 2019
This means you’re supposed to come to school prepared for those IAs.
Read the full statement here