The Students of SDD-UBIDS in Bamahu have bemoaned the number of robbery cases being recorded in the community, according to a student by Name Nyaasu Abdulah, he stated that 7th June 2021 was the 4th time robbers visited their hostel, he added that the robbers took his bicycle and mobile phones early dawn of 8th June 2021.
Students of Simon Diedong Dombo University for Business and Integrated Development Studies(SDD-UBIDS) in Wa Upper West Region have grown wild over what they referred to as deliberate 'balooning' of fees by management. "THE PURSE OF THE INNOCENT STUDENTS It has always been an awesome interest of a whole region to seek for autonomy regarding to the swift changes in courses at then UDS Wa-Campus now SDD-UBIDS. Years of fights saw the positive outcome of the citizens cry as The President of the Republic Nana Addo
On 9th of September 2019, the president of Ghana, H.E Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo granted autonomy to the University for Development Studies Wa Campus under Act 1001 (2019) with a new name, “Simon Diedong Dombo University for Business and Integrated Development Studies, SDD UBIDS”. With this turn of events we least expected the Institution to be found wanting and getting things as little as fee schedule wrong. Within a space of less than two weeks, students have had two set of fees packaged and delivered
Interim Vice Chancellor, Prof. Philip Duku Osei SDD UBIDS has won a $48,864 Development Impact West Africa (DIWA ) research grant funded by the Hewlett Foundation. The proposal, “Impact of the Northern Rural Growth Programme on Smallholder Farmer Welfare in Upper West Region of Ghana” won this prestigious grant. According to the interim Vice Chancellor, Prof. Philip Duku Osei, the Institution is Poised towards reaching greater heights and international standards. The SDD-UBIDS was established by the Government
SDD-UBIDS holds it's second Mastermind Campus Super Liga 2021 Version.The University is the youngest university in the republic of Ghana after the University for Development Studies Wa, was given autonomy and was renamed after a Ghanaian public figure SIMON DIEDONG BOSCO.