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The President of the Evangelical Presbyterian University College Prof Edem Kwasi Bakah in his remarks at the 15th matriculation ceremony of the institution cautioned newly admitted students to appreciate the difference between enjoying their youth and destroying their future, adhering to the principles of the University College to help them attain success in their studies and to keep their hopes alive as it marks the beginning of a new dawn in their lives. He adjured students to be guided by the core values of the Evangelical Presbyterian University College which are TRUTH, HONESTY, HARDWORK, JUSTICE, TOGETHERNESS and DISCIPLINE.

He, however, asked students to desist from harmful habits such as drug abuse, examination malpractices, fighting and plagiarism and also assured them of a holistic training based on Christian values coupled with ethical considerations.
The President also called on students to pay their school fees on time and acknowledged the efforts of Management and staff both full-time and part-time.

The Evangelical Presbyterian University College, the premiere university in the Volta Region held its 15th matriculation ceremony for the 2021/2022 academic year at the forecourt of the institution on Friday, 17th December, 2021. As a tradition of registering newly admitted students into the institution, the University College recorded One Hundred and Forty-Eight (148) matriculants for the September 2021 admissions.

Belinda Bredzei
Public Affairs Section