I write this open letter to express my grievances to the authorities on how his or her subordinates treating we the distance students of this Noble institution.
With all due respect, I want to bring to your notice of how most of the study centres coordinators have not been taken our complaints or concerns seriously.
At least, we have had a taste of tertiary education before, if not here on UCC CoDE, then different ones. Why will Noble institution like the University of Cape Coast give her CoDE students less than a month to pay all their fees for 2019/2020 academic year.
With evidence and records stake, the regular students are given not less than three months to prepare for fees payment which does not necessary ask them to pay the percentage as they have asked us to pay. According to tertiary regularity body, students are allowed to pay in full for those who can or more than fifty percent that should not exceed sixty percent (I stand to be corrected). Which UCC CoDE does not give her distance students that privilege. We are allowed to pay about 70% of total fees for 2019/2020 academic year, which many haven't paid.
Most of us are even though workers, we are not treated fairly at the study centres. I have also notice that students on regular are being treated well and their calendar is well organized to that of CoDE.
At Kasoa Norris Jorsling study centre for instance, when I was at level 300 class had only two units taught by the facilitator for Operation Management course, which many complains were sent to the coordinator who turned dead ears to it.
I plead on behalf of other students of CoDE who have the same problems which they can't voice out for Management to come to our aid. We the CoDE students need to be treated well.
As at sending or writing this letter school has opened for three weeks without supply of all course modules.
With due respect, let all come together to make it better for others to enjoy and attractive to others.
Wishing to hear from you.
(Akuffo Addo / PapaGosh)
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