inal year students of the University of Education, Winneba on Monday demonstrated against the school authorities because their results on the notice board are different from what they have on their portal.
A meeting was expected to take place on Friday 23rd September 2022 to discuss and resolve the underlying problem between final-year students and management over the student’s concern but did not happen because management failed to show up which compelled the students to go on a rampage.
The Authorities have issued a start addressing issues and how their papers will be taking place.
The statement reads:
This is to inform all students of the University of Education, Winneba that the conduct of the End of Semester Examination for the 2021/2022 ACADEMIC YEAR will take place as scheduled.
The ones that were interrupted by students will be rescheduled. All Deans and Heads of the Department are to note and act accordingly and communicate the dates to their students when rescheduled.
All level 400 students are to note the following :
– Access has been granted to their portals. They are encouraged to check their results.
-The Help Centre is still open. They can always visit the Students Centre, even after they are done with their examination, for their concerns(if any) to be redressed.
– All Leve 400 students are encouraged to provide necessary information on any outstanding matters or challenges they may have with regard to their results.
– Arrangements have been put in place for Level 400 students who have not been able to submit their yellow books because they are owing fees to do so Such students should note that they will be required to sign an undertaking. They should visit the following clearance centres located at the Student’s Centre.
(i) Division of Treasury and Funds Management
(ii) Student’s Financial Records and Services ;
We wish to assure all students that Management has their welfare at heart and has resolved to continue to lend the necessary to students to ensure that any concern brought to our attention is redressed properly.