The School of Graduate Studies (SGS), in collaboration with the Sam Jonah Library has held a training program for first year postgraduate students to help them access e-resource materials and database in the University library. 

The Management of the University of Cape Coast convened a 3-day meeting at Peduase in the Eastern Region of Ghana with members of Strategic Planning Committees from 29th August 1st September, 2021 to deliberate on the University’s long-term strategy for internationalisation and global impact.

The School of Economics, College of Humanities And Legal Studies has held a Public Lecture – in  the words of the Dean of School of Economics: in order to blend theory and practical knowledge about tax administration and domestic revenue mobilization in Ghana.


The Directorate of Academic Planning and Quality Assurance (DAPQA) has organised a two-day training workshop on the theme: “Training stakeholders involved in the conduct of examinations” for Faculty Registration and Examination Officers (FREOs) and Departmental Registration and Examination Officers (DREOs).

The Centre for Gender Research, Advocacy and Documentation (CEGRAD) has held a Retreat for it’s staff to reflect on the Centre’s mandate and progress.


The Office of the Dean of Students has held a Face-to-Face Manifesto Reading for the 2021/2022 Student Representative Council (SRC) and Local National Union of Ghanian Students (NUGS) Candidates.


Ghanaian Times has reported favourably about UCC's achievement in THE World University Rankings 2022 report.


The University of Cape Coast is participating in a Call for application for funding for a project dubbed “Strengthening Higher Agricultural Education for Agri-Food System Transformation in Africa (SHAEA)”. The SHAEA Project is a US$30million, five-year regional initiative that is being developed by the World Bank in partnership with African governments and the Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM).