The University Council has appointed Prof. Johnson Nyarko Boampong as the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast for a four-year term with effect from 1st August, 2020. Mr. Jeff Teye Emmanuel Onyame has also been appointed as the new Registrar of the University with effect from 1st August, 2020
The University of Cape Coast has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and Affiliation Agreement with the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research-College of Science and Technology (CSIR-CST) to seal the relationship between the two institutions.
The Office of the Dean of Students in conjunction with the Directorate of University Health Services has organised an orientation on COVID-19 protocols for final year students who have returned to campus to complete their studies.
UCC lecturers have been urged to support Management in the implementation of the COVID-19 measures and protocols when the University re-opens for final-year students.
Waste management company, Zoomlion Ghana Limited, has embarked on disinfection and fumigation exercise on campus as part of arrangements to re-open the University for final year students.
The University Health Service has received personal protection equipment (PPE) from the Hunan City University, China, to help protect personnel working in the facility.
The School of Business has held its maiden e-seminar on the theme “Coronavirus Pandemic, and Household Financial Anxiety and Wellbeing”.
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Alumni in the Central and Western Regions has presented 500 pieces of face masks to members of the Teachers and Education Workers Union (TEWU) of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) at a short ceremony on campus.
The University Health Service has received a donation of Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) and sanitary items by the Cape Coast Area of the Church of Pentecost at a short ceremony held at the forecourt of the Central Regional Health Directorate.
The UCC 1998 Alumni Year Group has donated sanitary items and medical equipment valued at GH ¢75, 000 to the University Health Services as part of efforts to fight COVID-19.