The newly admitted students of Ghana Technology University College, Ho-Campus have been advised to learn hard and be worthy ambassadors of the University.
The students were challenged to eschew acts of indiscipline and positively channel the knowledge to be attained to improve competence in their various careers after completion.
The Registrar of Ghana Technology University College, Dr. Juliana Owusu-Ansah, gave the advice on Saturday March 17, 2018 at the 4th matriculation ceremony for 87 fresh students admitted for the 2018/2019 academic year.
They consisted of 67 males and 20 females and would undertake programmes in the faculties of Computing and Information Systems and Information Technology (IT) Business.
Speaking at the colorful and brief ceremony held at the forecourt of GTUC Ho Campus, the Registrar assured the students of the college’s readiness to empower them to acquire knowledge through constant learning and innovation so that they can develop their talent and interest to the fullest.
Dr. Owusu-Ansah also admonished the newly admitted students to participate in all activities without failure since their education at GTUC will help define their future, adding that so long as they avail themselves, the college will shape them into what they intend to become in future. She therefore urged the students to work hard and take charge of their education to shape their future and destiny.
On his part, the Acting Head of the Ghana Technology University College, Ho-Campus, Mr. Frank Loglo, urged the students to be humble and submit to authority to ensure the success of the programme since the choices that are made in the University are likely to stay with them for the rest of their lives.
He also called on the students to always reflect on the legacy they want to leave behind, make use of the available opportunities, as well as contribute their quota to the achievement of GTUC’s mission.
Source: Global FM