The management of Cape Coast University has made some slight changes concerning the study centres in relation to the 3-semester top-up programme. A message shared with listengh.net indicates that the oversubscription of some centre (college campuses) has led to sudden changes. However, not every student will have his/her study centre changed.
Students who have had their centres changed are notified via SMS or text messages bearing the change of centres and new registration details change. According to the feed made available to us, your previous credentials for the eLearning platform will also change as you are being given a new study centre.
HOW TO LOGIN TO THE ELEARNING DASHBOARD WITH YOUR NEW CREDENTIALS
Persons/students who have their centres changed are being sent new credentials(Registration number) hence will be able to login to the eLearning dashboard (Moodle) by using the NEW CREDENTIALS. However, individuals who are unable to log in at the moment will have to wait for a day or two for their details to be fed into the system to enable them to log in. Readers can also leave their challenges in the comments section for the necessary guidance to be given.
PAYMENT OF FEES AND MATTES ARISNG
The deadline for the payment of admission fees was extended due to the inability of the university to meet its enrolment deadline. However, the deadline for the payment of fees has been extended to Friday, 18th of December, 2020. However, students who have paid fees and have not been able to verify to enable them to choose their elective and centre, are requested to hold on since the verification page will be restored soon.
REPORTING DATE TO CAMPUS
According to the information made available to listengh.net, the reporting date to campus for face-to-face lectures to commence has not changed. Therefore, students should ready themselves as they wait for the 19th of December,2020 where they will be reporting to their various study centres. However, students will be writing all their quizzes and end-of-semester exams in face-to-face mode hence the need for students to take their studies seriously to enable them to excel in their end-of-semester exams.