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Message from Dean

As a GhanaCU student, you become a member of one of our societies to which all our first year students choose to belong. Societies are supportive communities providing a warm welcome to all stdents, fantastc welfare and an amazing student experience.

Gabriel Annan, PhD (cand.)

Dean of Societies and Students Affairs


Student Governance Structures

In terms of the Constitution for Student Governance, the student governance system at the University comprises of a two-tier constituency-based model which consists of the

The constituencies represented in student governance are four Societies:

Under each of the following Societies has a female and a male hall:

Nehemiah Society

Jeremiah Society

Habbakuk Society



Students are elected in these constituencies to serve on the Student Parliament, (SP) which is the larger of the two bodies in the two-tier system. The Student Parliament provides the broadest platform for student representation and determines the agenda for student governance on an annual basis.


The Student Representative Council (SRC) is elected by and from the ranks of the Student Union. It is responsible for the day-to-day administration of student governance and nominates student representatives to serve on various University committees.


An independent electoral committee oversees the annual election processes. All registered students qualify to vote in the election of the SRC and SP Student Parliament, which is held according to voter’s rolls in the various constituencies. Students who wish to serve on the SRC and SP must make themselves available as candidates in the election and must meet certain minimum requirements as set out in the Constitution for Student Governance.


The third arm of governments in the Judiciary, the head of which is the chief justice, who presides of the Student Court.



Important Student Union Documents

The Constitution for Student Governance

Constitution for Student Governance (2016)

Constitutional Court

Parliamentary Procedure

Regulation for Students


Reports and other documents

List of Registered Clubs

SRC 2017 Budget Summary


Minutes 2016-2017 


SRC 1 – 21 December 2016: TSC 1 – 22 December 2016

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