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University of Ghana Students with CGPA Below 1.0 to Face Withdrawal

Academic Affairs Directorate Announces Strict Measures for Level 200 and 300 Students


The Academic Affairs Directorate at the University of Ghana, Legon, has issued a resolute statement targeting the academic performance of continuing students. The directive states that all students with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) falling below 1.0 will face withdrawal from the university.

The directive couldn’t be more explicit: “Continuing students with a CGPA below 1.0 to be withdrawn from the University of Ghana.”

This strict measure is not limited to a specific subset of students; it applies to all Level 200 and 300 students enrolled at the University of Ghana, Legon, whose CGPA falls short of the mandated 1.0 threshold.

The university administration has urged affected students to prepare themselves for official withdrawal letters, which will be dispatched by the institution shortly. This communication is expected to provide formal notice to students regarding their academic status.

For Level 200 and 300 students at the University of Ghana, this announcement serves as a crucial reminder to review their academic transcripts promptly. Ensuring their CGPA meets the university’s minimum requirements is imperative to avoid the impending withdrawal.

The University of Ghana, Legon, is taking a proactive stance to uphold academic standards, emphasizing the importance of maintaining a CGPA above 1.0 for Level 200 and 300 students. Affected students must act promptly to rectify their academic standing or face the potential consequences of withdrawal. Stay tuned for official notifications from the university regarding this critical matter.

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