All students who completed their programmes of study in December 2021, April/May 2022, and ‘Special’ Resit Examinations (August/September 2022), as well as Bachelor of Laws students who have been certificated and have successfully met the requirements for the award of their degrees, may refer to the attached list.
Provisional results (awaiting final approval) have been indicated.
Any student who has met all the requirements for the award of a degree but does not find his/her name may contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org. Other concerns should be directed to the same ‘info’ email address.
Graduation List is also available on the campus notice boards.
2022 CONGREGATION GUIDELINES
PREPARATION FOR CONGREGATION
All graduating students are encouraged to attend congregation ceremonies. Please read these guidelines.
Payment and Registration
- Dial *170#
- Select Option (2) MoMo Pay or Pay Bill
- Select Option (2) Pay Bill
- Select Option (3) School Fees
- Select Option (1) Search for School
- Select Option (2) Search by School Alias
- For Accra Students Use WIUCA
- For Kumasi Students Use WIUCK
- Enter Student ID (e.g. WIUC/01/1234 or 1011234 or 11011234)
- Enter Amount (e.g. 600)
- Enter reference (e.g. gradfees)
- Complete the Payment Process
NOTE: MOMO charges will apply. You will receive a message confirming your payment
- Under fee type, select Normal Fee Payment
- Enter your index number in the spaces provided
- Click get details and proceed with payment using the below methods.
Pay directly to CBG Bank on Accra Main Campus
All outstanding bills are to be paid before graduating
Please note that graduands who do not attend the Congregation Ceremony would pay the same fee for issuance of their certificate. Also, graduands who are indebted to the University (School fess and others) will be required to settle their indebtedness before they will be presented for graduation.
Click the link to access list of graduating (eligible) students https://wiuc-ghana.edu.gh/students/graduation/
This list consists of students who completed their programmes of study in December 2021, April/May 2022, and ‘Special’ Resit Examinations (August/September 2022), as well as Bachelor of Laws students who have been certificated. Kindly confirm the right spelling and order of your name (Surname/Family name, First name Middle name).
COLLECTION OF GOWNS:
Graduands will collect their academic gowns from the Finance Office (on a date to be communicated soon). Each graduand will be given a gown, hood, and cap Please show your student ID and receipt of payments of Congregation fees for collection.
You are required to carefully examine items received for damages. Any damages on the items upon return would attract penalties.
GOWN RETURN POLICY
Gowns collected are to be returned to the Finance office before 5 PM on the day of graduation, 26th November 2020. Defaulters will attract a penalty of GH¢50.00 per day until the gown is returned.
ARRIVAL AND VENUE
Graduands are expected to be seated at the main hall of the Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry by 8:00 am on Saturday, 26th November 2022 in the academic gown appropriate to their degree. Before the ceremony commences on the 26th November 2020, graduands will be briefed on protocol and movement within the hall.
Graduands will be seated by programme of study and in alphabetical order. Ushers will assist students to find their seats. Graduands are requested to promptly take their seats on arrival, stay seated and not wander. After the entry of the Procession of Convocation, graduands outside the Hall will not be allowed in to take their seats
PRESENTATION OF GRADUANDS
Graduands will be called to be recognized by Officials on the dais.
The assigned Dean for each programme will rise up and move to the front of the stage. Graduands will rise up from their seats to be presented. After the presentation and conferment of degrees, Graduands will be called individually to be recognized by officials on the dais.
As a sign of courtesy, all male Graduands will be required, to take off their caps before approaching the dais. Female Graduands may keep caps on.