353 freshers admitted at Agogo Presbyterian Women’s College

The Agogo Presbyterian Women’s College of Education (APWCE), located in the Asante Akyem North district of the Ashanti region, recently held its 18th matriculation ceremony for newly admitted students for the 2024/2025 academic year group

During the ceremony, which took place last Tuesday, 353 fresh students were officially welcomed into various academic programs and facilities at the college.

Rev. Dr. Mrs. Grace Sintim Adasi, the Principal of APWCE, delivered a charge to the new students, urging them to maintain a positive attitude towards their academic studies, social life, and religious beliefs while avoiding actions that could hinder their academic journey or disrupt the peace within the college community.

“We expect you to uphold hygiene standards both on and off campus,” she emphasized.

Rev. Dr. Mrs. Adasi expressed the college’s commitment to becoming a preferred destination for female teacher trainees, with plans underway to enhance its reputation as a research-based institution in the country.

“We are dedicated to providing quality academic training, fostering research initiatives, and promoting moral development among our students,” she affirmed.

Additionally, Rev. Dr. Mrs. Adasi encouraged the college staff to pursue their Ph.D. programs, leveraging their acquired knowledge and skills to enhance the institution’s offerings.

Despite its achievements, Rev. Dr. Mrs. Adasi noted that the college faces infrastructural challenges, limiting its capacity to admit more prospective students. She appealed to the government, friends of the college, and other stakeholders to support efforts in infrastructure development, including road tiling, hostel construction, expansion of lecture halls, establishment of science laboratories, and enhancement of library facilities.

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