First Year Legon Students To Get More In-Person Lectures This Semester

University of Ghana students at lectures. Photo credit: UG.EDU.GH

This week, first year and final year students of the University of Ghana will be going back to school.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the university had divided the student population into two – while the second and third-year students were in school, the first and fourth-year students were on vacation.

This week, those on vacation will be returning to campus while the second and third-year students embark on their vacation.

While preparing to receive the students to start their second semester the management team of Legon embarked on a tour of the residential facilities primarily to assess the WiFi connectivity available in the halls of residence.

It was during this tour that the Pro-Vice-Chancellor of Academic and Student Affairs, Prof Nana Aba Appiah Amfo noted that the first-year students will get more in-person lectures as compared to last semester.

According to her, this will help the students to better familiarise themselves with their coursemates.

This is essential because at the university one benefits a lot from group studies and building relationships with other students.

Though more in-person lectures will be carried out, other COVID-19 precautionary measures such as the wearing of masks will still be in place.


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