The Evangelical Presbyterian University College (EPUC) in Ho has passed out 400 students in various disciplines at its seventh Congregation ceremony.
The 400 students who passed out in the fields of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Agribusiness, Bachelor of Arts in Corporate Secretaryship and Integrated Development studies.
Speaking on the theme “Developing Human Capacity in support of the Sustainable Development Goals”, Rev. Dr. Cyril Fayose, the President of EPUC, revealed the school’s initiated plans to expand its programmes to enhance quality education and also increase enrollment of students into the school.
He sadly pointed out that low student enrolment, huge infrastructural deficit and inadequate funding from the E.P Church serves as a challenge in running the school.
Rev. Dr. Fayose in his speech called on the E.P Church, to honour its monthly obligation of GH¢ 174,000 towards the funding of the school He also appealed to benevolent individuals and organizations to come to the school’s aid.
Professor Domwini Dabire Koupole, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast— the Institution to which EPUC is affiliated urged the graduands to be determined and persevere in the face of challenges that most University graduates encounter after their exit from the institution.