Pentecost University College (PUC) Main Campus
Pentecost University College (PUC) Main Campus
Our College Assembly is a gathering of the PentVars Community on Tuesdays from 11:20 am to 1:00pm for the Regular School and on Fridays from 5:00pm to 6:00pm for Evening and Weekend School. College Assembly aims at inspiring and empowering the PentVars Community through a variety of programmes. These include a platform for prominent people to share on various topics.
In recent years, the university has welcomed engaging and distinguished speakers like His excellency, John Agyekum Kuffour (Former president of Ghana), Hon. Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo(The Minister for Local Government and Rural Development), Gifty Afenyi-Dadzie (former GIJ president and immediate past member of the Council of State), Ayaz Shafi (Management Consultant from India), Ken Ofori-Atta (immediate past chairman and co-founder of Databank Financial Services Ltd), as well as performers such as Cindy Thompson, Joyful Way Inc. etc.
Our College Assembly is also an avenue for the display of God-given talents in drama, dance, poetry and music.
Clubs and Societies
There are a number of registered Clubs and Societies at PentVars. We believe that through clubs our students experience a lot; things that would be vital for their CV’s and personal statements. By joining clubs our students meet a lot of people, socialize and network.
Imagine how boring our university would be if all our students did was go to class and return to their halls/hostels/houses/apartments without anything to bring them together but studies and living arrangements.
These clubs aim at developing our community holistically to make impact wherever they are. Student societies and clubs also exist on campus to help members develop their unique talents. Members meet like minded people and do things that matter to all of them!
Some of the registered student groups are:
- Mass Choir
- Cadet Corps
PentVars is home to many students. We appreciate how important it is to find housing. There is a chance to live in one of 3 campus residence halls (which are a few metres away from lecture halls and other campus facilities) or in a hostel or apartment around campus. The campus environs offer a variety of choices when it comes to finding a place to settle.
University Residence Halls
There are three halls of residence on campus, namely:
- Yeboah Hall
- Safo Hall
- Arnan Hall
An important part of the college experience is housing. For students living on campus, you have the convenience of having classes, the library, Wi-Fi and university facilities in your own backyard. However there’s more to residence hall living than convenience and common interests. Fully furnished JCR (Junior Common Room) lobbies are available in each of the halls of residence for recreation.
The University’s campus residence halls offer positive living and learning experiences, including an atmosphere that support learning opportunities outside the classroom. Through these learning environments, the university promotes community development, interpersonal and intrapersonal competence, relational development, critical thinking and social skills.
Finding housing in a new vicinity can be quite an adventure. Whether you want a hostel/apartment close to the university for an easy commute, or out a little farther our Estates and Development Office has resources that can help you find a place to call home.
The Office has prepared information regarding off-campus housing offered by individuals affiliated with the university.
There is a two-hundred seater Cafeteria on campus which provides an array of hot, sumptuous, meals at affordable prices. There are also eaterys and eating spots close to the campus.
A shuttle bus service and taxis are readily available from Lapaz and Kwashieman to campus, making the commute easy.
Dean of Students
Office of the Dean of Students
The main objective of the Office of the Dean of Students is to give students the opportunity to explore, identify, examine and to develop their potentials in many ways including extra curricula activities. The office provides guidance in the academic, residential and social matters of students. It also liaises with Deans of Faculties, the Registrar and the Students Representative Council (SRC) in all matters affecting the welfare of students.
Currently, the office is under the stewardship of Rev. Paul Danso, the Dean of Students.
General Services provided
- Letters of introduction for attachment and opening of bank accounts for students.
- Offering one-to-one counseling services to students.
- Settling disputes among students.
- Offering support and advice to SRC.
- Collaborating with Hall Tutors to supervise the administration of Safo, Yeboah and Arnan Halls.
Message from the Chaplain
Pentecost University College is a Christian University that upholds Christian principles and virtues. The College seeks among other things to provide holistic education to produce scholars who are fully prepared to serve their generation and help change society for the better. This kind of education is what has been called the (3H’s) that is training the Head, Heart and Hand; in other words the type of education which equips students with academic knowledge, trains them to become morally sound and helps them to obtain the needed skills for the job market. Chaplaincy plays an important role towards the realisation of the overall objectives of Pentecost University College. Chaplaincy is thus to ensure that every student who passes through the college acquires some moral training which will make him or her different from all other students. We therefore have programmes tailored to meet the above objective. E.g.College Assembly, Time with Rector, Missions, Prayer-fest and Commencement service. These programmes are well orchestrated to achieve their set goals.
The chaplaincy is also involved in providing counseling and spiritual support for students and workers of the college. We also coordinate all denominational and spiritual groups and their activities on campus to ensure that students do not use all their time only on spiritual activities but would be prudent in the management of their time in order not to suffer loss at the expense of spirituality.It is our hope that the good LORD who is the captain and commander in chief of this institution will grant us the needed grace to help us raise the spiritual standards of the college so that it become a place where people will come and find solace and answers to their spiritual problems.
Stay Blessed- Amen.
- College Assembly
- Time with Rector
The Student Representative Council (SRC)
The SRC was formed in the year 2005 when the first sets of students were admitted into the University College. The SRC is the highest student leadership group. The group main aim is to champion the cause of students and liaise between the student body, the college administration and those outside the University Community.
The SRC has sub committees such as the Welfare, Judicial, Editorial, Disciplinary etc that handles issues relating to their specific areas. The sub-committees reports to the Executive Council and the General Assembly. The latter is made up of presidents and heads of various clubs and associations and Faculty representatives. The General Assembly is the highest decision making body of the SRC.
Sports and Entertainment
Facilities for Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball and other sporting activities are available on the University Campus.
Our students participate in the Inter-Private University Games (PUSAG). As of now, they compete in the under listed events for both males and females categories:
- Track and Field
Pentecost University College was adjudged the overall best in all the competitions, both track and field after wining seven (7) gold, thirteen (13) silver and eleven (11) bronze medals in the 2011 PUSAG games.
There are events, and activities on Campus aimed at entertaining, amusing and interesting students. Some of them include:
- Akwaaba Night
Purpose: to welcome fresh students to the PentVars Community and also to educate them about life on campus.
- Sports Awards and Dinner Night
Purpose: To award sportsmen and women for their achievements during the PUSAG games.
- Fontonfrom Excellence Awards
Purpose: To award students who have distinguished themselves in all spheres of life on campus. The awards include personality of the year etc.
- SRC Week
- Hall Week Celebrations
- Comedy Night
- Gospel Reality Show (Voice of PUC)
- Miss Intellect PUC
The Student Mentorship Programme aims to contribute to personal, relational, intellectual, professional, and spiritual development of our students. Students in levels 100 and 400 regular school are mentored by Faculty and Staff, while level 200 and 300 students are mentored by some selected students in levels 300 and 400 respectively.
Mentorship meetings are held for levels 100 and 300 students on Tuesdays between 1.15 pm – 2.15 pm and levels 200 and 400 students organize theirs on Thursdays, between 1.15 pm – 2.15 pm.
The Evening and Weekend students are mentored by the CoP Ministerial students on Fridays, 6.00 pm – 6.30 pm.
There are instances where mentors and mentees meet at a more convenient time for both parties.
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