The management of the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) has released the Congregation Ceremonies Date Schedule for the 2018/2019 academic year. SchoolGH has published the UHAS Congregation Ceremonies Date Schedule below has released the UHAS official website.
Recommended: UHAS Graduation List 2018 – Check Graduation Status
UHAS 3rd Congregation Date Schedule – July 2018
GRADUANDS ARE REQUESTED TO NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
Date of Congregation is Saturday, July 14, 2018 at the CEDI AUDITORIUM, Sokode-Lokoe, Ho. Important information regarding registration for congregation and payment may be found on here
PAYMENT OF GRADUATION FEE
All graduands, i.e. students who have met all the requirements for graduation and do not owe the University any school fees are expected to pay an amount of GH¢300.00 into UHAS PROJECT ACCOUNT, Number: 5011130017007, GCB-HO Main Branch; and personally present the pay-in-slip to the Finance Directorate, Academic Affairs Directorate and Library for CLEARANCE.
Students with outstanding bills should contact the Finance Directorate promptly to settle them. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that obligations on his/her account to the University are met to enable records to be cleared for registration. Students with outstanding fees on their Account may be barred from registration and receipt of their UHAS Transcripts/Certificates.
Lists of Graduands to be presented during the 2018 Congregation Ceremony will be available from Tuesday, July 3, 2018 on the University website. Graduands who wish to attend the Congregation are required to register On-Line from Tuesday, July 3, 2018 to Tuesday, July 10, 2018. Graduands should ensure that they have done all payments, cleared themselves at the Finance Office, Academic Affairs Office and the Library before proceeding to register online.
After payment of Congregation Fee, Clearance at Finance Office, Academic Affairs Office, Library and subsequent registration on-line, graduands should pick up their Academic Regalia set comprising a gown, hood and cap (mortarboard); UHAS souvenir and invitation cards at their respective schools upon submitting their receipt(s).
Students who have a credit balance of more than GH¢300.00 would be credited with the amount of the graduation fee to be deducted at source as payment for Congregation. Such category of students are advised to request for their balance by writing to the Registrar for refund. They are to contact the Finance Directorate, Directorate of Academic Affairs and Library for CLEARANCE.
On the other hand, students whose credit balance is less than GH¢300.00 must pay the difference into the UHAS Project Account as indicated above.
Library Clearance Process is required before University transcripts /certificate can be issued. All students are expected to report at the University Library, Main Campus, for clearance before contacting the Academic Affairs Directorate for their transcript / Certificate. Students having University books in their possession cannot be cleared.
CONGRATULATIONS IN ADVANCE!
As a University, we took off very smoothly towards the realisation of our vision, mission, values and ethos with a colourful Congregation ceremonies for the past two years. During the epoch-making events, we acknowledged our pioneering students for their academic excellence, showed our gratitude to our teeming stakeholders and re-echoed our resolve to embark on ‘Health for Development’. This year’s Congregation promises to be another historic platform for honouring the meritorious academic, professional and volunteering achievements of our students, staff and other equally valuable stakeholders.
Our 3rd Congregation Ceremony comes off on Saturday, July 14, 2018 at CEDI AUDITORIUM, Main Campus, Sokode-Lokoe, Ho.
Please note that the 2018 Graduation List will be available for online registration for the ceremony by prospective graduands from July 3, 2018.
We entreat all our graduands and their families as well as our pioneer alumni and other cherished stakeholders to participate in the Congregation as we continue to lay a solid foundation for good health in Ghana and beyond. This webpage provides information on the forthcoming Congregation and all are entreated to read carefully and take note of every detail.
We take this opportunity to congratulate all our graduands, Faculty and staff in advance even as we prepare towards this historic occasion.
Professor John Owusu Gyapong