Management of the University of Ghana has issued guidelines for the reopening of the school for final year students of the University.
The reopening of the school is in line with a directive from President Akufo-Addo that tertiary institutions in the country should reopen on Monday June 15 for only final year students to enable them write their exit exams.
Per the protocols issued from the office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor (ASA), students will be required to fill and sign off three forms; a COVID-19 Screening Questionaire, Infection Prevent and Control Agreement, and a Student Hall/Hostel Residence Consent & Waiver Form, without which they would not be admitted into halls/hostels on campus.
Students who had permission to remain in residence have also been asked to fill and sign off the forms
Provision have also been made for non-resident final year students who wish to relocate to campus.
Such students will have to go to the Hall they wish to be accommodated and go through the necessary application procedures.
Those who will opt for the traditional halls of residence will pay a daily fee of GHC 3.00
Also, students will not be permitted to entertain visitors in their rooms or within the halls/hostels of residence.
Meanwhile, all students moving into residence will be bound by prescribed hygiene and safety protocols.
They are expected to move in with at least, three reusable masks.
Concerning academic activity, it will still be undertaken online.
Computer laboratories at the University of Ghana Computing System (UGCS) and other units will be made available for use.