2016/2017 University of Cape Coast Admission List

University of cape coast admission list for the 2016/2017 academic year has been release. All prospective students of the University who have applied to be considered for admission for the 2016/2017 academic year can log onto the main university of Cape coast website to check the status of their admission application.

All prospective students who have applied can check whether they are admitted or not by entering their First name or their surname or both in order to check their admission status. The search can however be narrowed by programmes applied for during the application process.

An admitted candidates will further be required to provide prove of application in the form of a serial number and pin in order to print out their admission letters.

Fresh students are to pay all the necessary fees on or before their reporting date at any of the designated banks across the country. All necessary faculty, hall and departmental registration must also be taken care of.

Applicants who have seen their names on the University of Cape Coast Admission List are to report on the Saturday August 13th, 2016 since orientation will commence on Monday August 15, 2016.

Click here to check the 2016/2017 Admission List of University of Cape Coast

All Fresh students are to report at the Porter’s Lodge of the Halls of Residence indicated in their admission letters to validate all necessary documents.

The main venue for the registration exercise for fresh students will be the ICT Centre. A schedule for the registration exercise for fresh students will be posted on all Notice Boards for the attention of students.  Students are to present themselves at the registration centres for registration only on the days and at the times assigned to their respective Faculties/Schools or programmes.

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