Management of the University of Cape Coast has issued a strongly worded caution to sack students who have taken the university to court without exhausting all the internal mechanism of the university in addressing their grievances.
The Registrar, Mr. John Kofi Nyan made this known when he took turn to address tens of thousands of students at the recently held Students and Management Consultative Meeting held at UCC Main Auditorium.
Backing his assertion, the Registrar, copiously quoted from the university’s statutes biding junior members which in L16(1) indicates that any student(s) who takes the university to court without following the laid-down rules contained in the statutes but resort to court risks dismissal.
This provision, he said, the university would not relent in its effort to enforce it after the formal verdict of the number of cases piled before the High Court had been given.
Mr. Nyan therefore advised students to respect and observe the Oath they swore at their matriculations ceremonies when they are admitted into the university so as to abide by all the rules and regulations of the university.
Story by: Enoch Acheampong