St.Loius College of Education welcomes new students


Congratulations to all level 100 students of St. Louis College of Education!!
Matriculation is a formal process of eligibility for entering a tertiary institution. This is
done after one has been admitted into a school of choice. This academic year’s active-
ties have seen a lot of challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic but yet, life moves
on as we battle this virus. Wc arc hopeful for a change as our dreams to become useful
human resources to the country continues

The introduction of the B.Ed program has caused changes in the lives of trainees. We
adhered to the new arrangement of a four-year Bachelor of Education program.

The first group of the new B.Ed program under the auspices of the University of Cape
Coast prospectively, enters their third year.

The arrangement has caused the alienation of various Colleges to be mapped on any of the public Universities in the country. Under the new directive, the St. Louis College of
Education became an affiliate to the University of Education, Winneba. Thus, the current level 100 and 200 students of the College, depending on the directives of the said

The College after its admission of 600 beautiful ladies matriculated them to become full and eligible students of the College.

The matriculation ceremony commenced on Wednesday 27th January 2020. It started exactly
1:30 pm on Wednesday. The presence of the Principal of St. Louis College of Education, Dame Mrs. Comfot Boukye Mcnsah was reconded with her staff.

The 600 Level 100vstudents together with the SRC executives of the college occupied the well-distanced auditorium of the College. The program was divided into 3 folds; it began with a prayer by the
College’s chaplain. It was followed by the oath of allegiance directed by the Dean of Students. Mrs. Beatrice Armah Tettey. Students offering the Early grade, upper primary, and JHS B.Ed program rose to be matriculated.

The second part of the program was a motivational speech by the Head of Department, Mathematics, and 1CT. He encouraged students to lake up the mantle of a challenge to excel in their years to be spent in the college. Is speech, lastly, was followed by the introduction-
one of the SRC executives of the college led by Miss Rose Boateng. Continually the rest of the teaching and nonteaching staff were introduced to the entire students.

We finally came to a closure with a prayer by the college’s chaplain after which the matriculants were made to sign the matriculation register.

The authorities did very well by adhering to the COVID-19 safety protocols till the end of the program.

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