The Faculty of Law of University of Cape Coast on the will hold its yearly roll call ceremony to usher the first year student into the Faculty. The roll call is a unique ceremony meant to complement the University’s matriculation and where students are charged specifically on the ethics and the demands of the law. Students take an oath to comply with the rules and regulations governing the University and adhere to the dictates and demands as well as, obey rules and regulations as junior members of the Faculty. The underlying rationale of this year’s ceremony was to re-echo the fundamental tenets of the Faculty of Law: which is Intelligence Diligence and Service.
DATE: 27TH OCTOBER, 2017.
VENUE: SCHOOL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES AUDITORIUM
TIME: 8:00AM - 1.00PM
The programme will be chaired by Professor Francis E. Amuquandoh, the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences.
In attendance is the Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, Professor Joseph Ghartey-Ampiah will be present to grace
The key note Speaker is HON. JOSEPH OSEI OWUSU, FIRST DEPUTY SPEAKER of the Parliament of Ghana.
The Roll Call oath will be administered by HIS LORDSHIP JUSTICE GEORGE KOOMSON (COMMERCIAL COURT - ACCRA).
The roll call ceremony is also used as a platform to award continuing students who have distinguished themselves in their studies and made to the Dean's List.
The Faculty of Law, UCC wishes to extend our profound gratitude to all who in diverse ways contributed to the success of the ROLL CALL ceremony.