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Highlights of President’s Special Report to 47th Congregation


Kindly find below the highlights of the President’s Report to the 47th Congregation on Saturday February 24, 2024:

Graduating statistics

Total number of students who graduated = 438

Undergraduate = 180 representing 41%

  • First-Class = 8.1%
  • Second Class Upper = 36.4%
  • Second Class Lower = 51.1%
  • Third Class = 5.0%

Postgraduate = 258 representing 59%

Gender ratio:

  • Male 54%
  • Females: 46%

Research and Publication

  • The total publications for 2022/23 academic year stand at 45 articles in peer reviewed journals.
  • The research committee working around the clock to organize more research seminars, conferences and workshops to foster robust research ethos among faculty.
  • Disbursement of publication allowance to incentivise faculty publications ongoing.

Teaching and Learning

  • Drive to integrate technology into instructional practices through adoption of online learning platforms, interactive digital resources and virtual classroom technologies.
  • Provision of timely access to appropriate learning materials.
  • Strengthening of audits of examination scripts to ensure integrity of the assessment regime of the institution in the context of academic excellence,
  • Deepened processes to enhance lecturer assessments by students as quality control measure.

New Programmes

The institution is on course to start the following programmes:

  • PhD in Ministry
  • MSc Digital Marketing
  • MSc Investment and Financial Risk Management
  • MA Events Management
  • BSc Cyber Security

Admissions and Student Population

  • Total current student population is 2000 compared 1544 last year (2022/23 academic year)
  • More students are enrolling in the Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing and Midwifery programmes (they constitute 49% of the current undergraduate student population)
  • Increasing numbers in the Nursing and Midwifery Department have not affected quality output of graduates. CSUC topped the Licensure examinations in 2021/22 academic year.

Infrastructure Development

  • Off campus hostel facility procured to cater for growing demand for on-campus accommodation. A total of 200 students have been secured with the off-campus accommodation.
  • Setting up of new Nursing and Midwifery Department floor comprising skills lab, classrooms, and toilet facilities.
  • Procurement of 300 new modern chairs to enhance teaching and learning.








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