The fresh students in the School of Applied Sciences and Arts have been asked to contribute their quota to help sustain the good image of Accra Polytechnic.
The Registrar, Mrs. Rita Kaine stressed on the need to be modest in their dressing. “Indecent dressing would not be entertained”, she said.
Mrs. Kaine added that, the culture of Accra Polytechnic has been held high and they would not tolerate any behavior which will pull the culture down.
She advised the fresh students to be mindful of noise making since that would not create a serene atmosphere for the institution and considering the noisy location of the school.
This petition was made during an orientation organized by the Dean of Students’ Affairs at the School’s auditorium to introduce the fresh students to the set up of the institution.
The orientation which was chaired by the Dean of Students’ Affairs, Mr. Stephen Kudadze was meant to make the students aware of their rights, privileges and responsibilities as students of the Polytechnic.
Mr. Kudadze assured the fresh students that, the Dean’s office would organize programs that are geared towards the welfare of the students as part of the Polytechnic.
Professor Sylvester Achio, the Rector, congratulated the new students for gaining admission into the premier Polytechnic.
“Students should know all that they are suppose to know, that way, you would have a peaceful sail through the 3-year stay in the Polytechnic”, he added.
The Professor advised all new students who are not prepared to start the academic race to leave before matriculation.
He assured the new students that the various offices are poised to render their services to them; all they ought to do is to avail themselves.
The Dean of the School of Applied Sciences and Arts, Prof. Edmund Ameko, guaranteed the students a fruitful stay on campus. “With hard work, you would leave the school with first class”, he was optimistic.