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  • 4TH MATRICULATION HELD AT AUCC

    matriculation Ceremony for students admitted in January 2014 took place on March 22, 2014. A total of 118 new students were officially registered in the two schools (84 at the School of Communication Studies and 34 at the SJSB). Speaking on the theme “Personal Development and Leadership Through Education,” motivational speaker and CEO of Launch Pad Leadership Development Consultancy Mr. Richard Akita encouraged newly admitted students to take full responsibility for their personal development and strive for excellence. Other speakers at the function included Acting AUCC President Prof. Kwaku Armah. Members of the AUCC Governing Council who graced the occasion with their presence were Dr. Sam Dapaah, Chief Technical Officer to the Minister of Food and Agriculture, and Prof. Emeritus of the AUCC Journalism Department, nana essilfie-conduah. 

  • 4TH MATRICULATION HELD AT AUCC

    matriculation Ceremony for students admitted in January 2014 took place on March 22, 2014. A total of 118 new students were officially registered in the two schools (84 at the School of Communication Studies and 34 at the SJSB). Speaking on the theme “Personal Development and Leadership Through Education,” motivational speaker and CEO of Launch Pad Leadership Development Consultancy Mr. Richard Akita encouraged newly admitted students to take full responsibility for their personal development and strive for excellence. Other speakers at the function included Acting AUCC President Prof. Kwaku Armah. Members of the AUCC Governing Council who graced the occasion with their presence were Dr. Sam Dapaah, Chief Technical Officer to the Minister of Food and Agriculture, and Prof. Emeritus of the AUCC Journalism Department, nana essilfie-conduah. 

  • 4TH MATRICULATION HELD AT AUCC

    matriculation Ceremony for students admitted in January 2014 took place on March 22, 2014. A total of 118 new students were officially registered in the two schools (84 at the School of Communication Studies and 34 at the SJSB). Speaking on the theme “Personal Development and Leadership Through Education,” motivational speaker and CEO of Launch Pad Leadership Development Consultancy Mr. Richard Akita encouraged newly admitted students to take full responsibility for their personal development and strive for excellence. Other speakers at the function included Acting AUCC President Prof. Kwaku Armah. Members of the AUCC Governing Council who graced the occasion with their presence were Dr. Sam Dapaah, Chief Technical Officer to the Minister of Food and Agriculture, and Prof. Emeritus of the AUCC Journalism Department, nana essilfie-conduah. 

  • 4TH MATRICULATION HELD AT AUCC

    matriculation Ceremony for students admitted in January 2014 took place on March 22, 2014. A total of 118 new students were officially registered in the two schools (84 at the School of Communication Studies and 34 at the SJSB). Speaking on the theme “Personal Development and Leadership Through Education,” motivational speaker and CEO of Launch Pad Leadership Development Consultancy Mr. Richard Akita encouraged newly admitted students to take full responsibility for their personal development and strive for excellence. Other speakers at the function included Acting AUCC President Prof. Kwaku Armah. Members of the AUCC Governing Council who graced the occasion with their presence were Dr. Sam Dapaah, Chief Technical Officer to the Minister of Food and Agriculture, and Prof. Emeritus of the AUCC Journalism Department, nana essilfie-conduah. 

  • 4TH MATRICULATION HELD AT AUCC

    matriculation Ceremony for students admitted in January 2014 took place on March 22, 2014. A total of 118 new students were officially registered in the two schools (84 at the School of Communication Studies and 34 at the SJSB). Speaking on the theme “Personal Development and Leadership Through Education,” motivational speaker and CEO of Launch Pad Leadership Development Consultancy Mr. Richard Akita encouraged newly admitted students to take full responsibility for their personal development and strive for excellence. Other speakers at the function included Acting AUCC President Prof. Kwaku Armah. Members of the AUCC Governing Council who graced the occasion with their presence were Dr. Sam Dapaah, Chief Technical Officer to the Minister of Food and Agriculture, and Prof. Emeritus of the AUCC Journalism Department, nana essilfie-conduah. 

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