Incredible stories of perseverance and of overcoming great odds have emerged as Wisconsin graduated more than 760 students in various degree and diploma programmes.
Wisconsin’s Rotaract Club made not one, but two donations to less fortunate children at the weekend. Club members visited both the Handi*Vangelism Children's Home in Haatso and the Methodist Rafiki Orphanage, Winneba, all on the same day.
The Eighth Congregation of Wisconsin International University College, Ghana, will be held at the Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry premises, North Legon (Near Wisconsin Int’l Univ. College), on Saturday, 21st November 2015, at 9.00am
Should your personality or temperament help you decide what to study, who to marry or help you make other important life choices? Apparently it should, as Wisconsin students learned at a ‘personality seminar’ hosted by the Barrytraum Group International.
Wisconsin has lived up to its ‘Leaders in International Education’ slogan by becoming the only private university in Ghana to mark National Library and Information Week. The week, from October 26-30, was celebrated through various activities, including a demonstration of how to access e-resources, a trial of the new WIUCCat database, an exhibition by publishers, a nationalities corner and on-the-spot prizes.