The Patron and executives of the Communication Studies Students’ Association (ComSSA) of the University of Professional Studies, Accra have paid a courtesy call on the Dean of Students, Mr Mawuli Feglo.
The visit was to introduce the new executive of the association to the Dean while strengthening existing ties with the Head of the student community.
Addressing the new executives, Mr Feglo congratulated them on their election and commended them for taking steps to familiarise themselves with key stakeholders of the University community.
He advised them to serve as role models to the student community, stressing on the need for students to be committed to their studies while being disciplined and adhering to the rules of the University, especially the professional dress code.
Mr Feglo further charged the new executives to employ the right channels when seeking information from the authorities of the school.
He mentioned that his doors were always open to students especially the leadership of the various student groups.
“You should not hesitate to call on me when you need information or clarity on something,” he said. “My office is always opened for engagements.”
The patron of ComSSA, Mr. Charles Nii Ayiku Ayiku thanked the Dean for the fruitful interaction and for his open-door policy in the management of students’ affairs.
The group presented some packs of bottled water to the office of the Dean of Students in appreciation of his dedicated service to students.
Earlier, the group paid similar visit to the Vice Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology and Communication Studies, Dr Emmanuel Owusu-Oware.
In welcoming the executives, the Vice Dean who was impressed with recent innovations by ComSSA, commended the Patron for developing a mobile application that facilitates the flow of information amongst students.
He advised the new executives to continue with training programmes and activities that offer support and soft skills to their members.
The new executives of CommSA are Mark Ofosu Asirifi (President), Kwesi Eninfi Ofori (Vice President), Michelle Ewurama Boakye (Secretary), Justice Ohemeng (Organizer), Sandra Otu (Women’s Commissioner), Emma Tokpor (Financial Secretary), Augustine Amakye (Deputy Organiser) and Ruby Korkor Akwetey (Deputy Women’s Commissioner).