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University of Ghana To Sack Level 200, 300 Students With Less Than 1.0 CGPA

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The University of Ghana Management has served notice that it will be sacking students in the College of Applied Sciences, the College of Education, and the College of Humanities with a CGPA below 1.0.

A notice from the school’s administration has ordered students to review their CGPA as soon as possible in order to advise themselves if they fall below the stipulated CGPA.

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The school assured students who have already paid their fees but fall below the stated CGPA that their fees will be refunded as soon as possible.

Meanwhile, doors have been opened to any student with problems or inquiries to contact the school’s management.





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