The management of the University of Professional Studies (UPSA) has debunked a statement issued by the Student Representative Council (SRC) about an alleged meeting with the management.
The University Council says the statement is patently false.
The management said it’s reiterating the following to all students prior to the directive by President Akufo-Addo for all Universities to roll out distance learning programmes.
According to the University, it officially started its virtual classes from March 18, 2020, using UPSA’s Learning Management System. It added that Lessons for weeks 7 to 12 will be available to students through this system.
Again it said, all registered students in their doctoral, masters, undergraduate and diploma programmes have currently been placed on the University’s learning management system and are taking classes at their
regularly scheduled times.
It advised unregistered students to register as soon as possible so they can be placed on the learning management system.
“All online course materials are available for the duration of the semester for further use and reference by those whose Internet access might prove problematic or erratic based on their locations,” it added.
The management reminds Students that UPSA policies are still in effect with regard to student conduct and payment of fees.
The management added that any official communication from them will be channelled through the University email system, the UPSA website, and university-approved social media platforms. All students are therefore expected to disregard the false Communique from the SRC