The students have expressed their grievances through the newly formed Concerned University Students of Ghana (CUSG), UEW branch through their interim president. They are worried because they do not know their grades, CGPA and whether they have any referrals or not.
Concerned University Students of Ghana, UEW branch petitioned management of the institution to address their problems.
This problem have been tolerated by the students for far too long and cannot be tolerated again. They say, if the portals are not ready, results and their CGPA should be pasted on their traditional departmental notice boards for them to know their fate.
As the 2020/2021 academic year is almost ending, they argue that their parents do not trust them when they are told the portal is not working. They also said, the level 300s who are going on internship too do not know what to do since they are unaware of whether they are referred in any course or not.
Management however, gave assurance of working around the clock with the SRC president, Reuben Brother Dorkenoo also leading the course to make sure management resolve the issue.
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