Overview

The Office of the Dean of Students’ Affairs is a unit within the University of Cape Coast. The Dean of Students’ Affairs Office is responsible for planning, coordinating and implementing a variety of programs and services which are designed to assist and support students in achieving their academic and personal success. The Office is situated at the South Campus (old site) of the University of Cape Coast. The Dean of Students’ Affairs is Prof. Koawo Edjah. Read more about him.

The Office of the Dean of Students’ Affairs is responsible for the welfare of junior members (students) of the University in relation to academic, residential and social matters. The Dean is also the chairman of the Committee of Heads of Hall, click here for Halls of residence.
The Dean also liaises with the Residence Board, Provost, Deans of School/faculty, the Registrar, Hall Master/Warden and the SRC in all matter affecting the welfare of the students.

 

The office of the Dean of Students is a unit within the University of Cape Coast. The Dean of Students’ Office is responsible for planning, coordinating and implementing a variety of programs and services which are designed to assist and support students in achieving their academic and personal success. The Office is situated at the South Campus (old site) of the University of Cape Coast.