Student Affairs

Student affairs on the WIUC-Ghana campus are by and large well coordinated by the Student Representative Council and Management through the office of the Dean of Student Affairs. These offices ensure that we leverage the over 25 African nationals studying here to provide a truly international and culturally diverse campus for both academic and extracurricular activities. 

 

The office of the Dean of Student Affairs is the university’s official channel that is mandated to ensure the general well-being of our students. The office, therefore, advises management and provides directions to improve the interest of students on campus. It also receives and addresses complaints, observations, and suggestions from students.

 

Also, the SRC provides a critical link between students and the management of the university. It is the office that is at the forefront of championing the interest of students. The WIUC SRC has a strong voice in all management decisions. 

 

Apart from the management responsibility, the SRC champions extracurricular activities for the students.  It has 2 flagship programs that are celebrated every year. These include the WIUC SRC Week and the WIUC Akwaaba Night. These are highly patronized days on the Wisconsin calendar marked by games and entertainment. Over the years, they are always climaxed by some of Ghana’s most sensational musicians of the time. 

 

H.E. Batiah Semi-Ulah Santi

SRC, President

H.E Batiah Semi-Ulah Santi is a highly determined and promising young man who hail from Santi-Jan in the Sissala East Municipal of the Upper West Region of Ghana. He is the Sixth born of Mr and Mrs Batiah Juah Santi.

 

H.E Batiah Semi-Ulah Santi was born on 6th August, 1993 and had his Basic school education at TUTCO Demonstration Basic School from 2001 to 2009 in Tumu the capital of the Sissala East Municipal. He proceeded to Wa Senior High School for his Secondary school education where he offered General Science as a program of study from 2009 to 2013.

 

Having the passion of becoming a nurse he Applied for nursing at the Nursing Training College, Lawra in the Upper West Region of Ghana in the year 2014 and was granted admission. Mr Batiah Semi-Ulah Santi completed the nursing program in the year 2016 after successfully passing The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana Licensing Examination and was awarded certificate in Nurse Assistant Clinical and a licence to practice as a Nurse Assistant Clinical.

 

Mr Batiah Semi-Ulah Santi was gainfully employed by the Ministry of Health to work with the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in the year 2019 where he works at the Oncology Unit (SW2) of the surgical department. Due to his hard work, punctuality and commitment to duty, he was awarded the 2020 Best Nurse of the year in the Oncology unit of the surgical department of Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. After working for a year he applied to Wisconsin International University College, Ghana to pursue  Bachelor Of Science in General Nursing and was granted admission  in the year 2020. Mr Batiah Semi-Ulah Santi is currently in Level 400 lower and will be completing in May 2023.

 

Mr Batiah Semi-Ulah Santi is a descendant of His Royal Highness the  great Santi of the Santi-Jan kingdom. As a royal under the direct tutelage of his late father Kouro Batiah Juah Santi III, he was groomed and taken through various leadership training and that propelled his interest in leadership and service to humanity.

MICHAEL HUDO

Vice President

CORELLE MELVINE SÈNAMI GOGAN

General Secretary

SALAMATU FUSEINI

Women's Commissioner

JOSITA GNONLONFOUM

Financial Controller

JEJIREH OKUMADOR

Ag. Public Relations Officer

HAKEEM ENYAN STEVE

Speaker of Parliament

ISSIFU SEIDU KUDUS

Chief Justice

DORA GOODHEAD

External Affairs President

OLAIDE BADMUS

External Affairs Secretary