We have seen a press release from SDA College of Education SRC stating the amount of fees trainees are expected to pay in the next academic year. The fees are for all levels: Level 100, 200, 300, 400. In addition, the release updated on the reopening date for these students.
Let’s now read from the press release from SEDACOE;
We bring you warm greetings from the office of the SEDACOE SRC. This communique is to update you on issues of students’ interest. The update includes matters of fees and reopening date for the next academic year.
PROVISIONAL FEES FOR 2021/22 ACADEMIC YEAR
In relation to issues surrounding fees, the SRC President on behalf of the entire student body inquired from the Principal of the College the issue in question and the following amounts were communicated to him as the provisional fees for the next academic year, 2021/22:
LEVEL 100 : GHC 2,601.30
LEVEL 200 : GHC 1,431.23
LEVEL 300 : GHC 1,223.75
LEVEL 400 : GHC 998.86
In addition to the above provisional fees, students are to add an amount of Five Ghana Cedis (GHC 5.00) when paying the fees. This amount is a charge from Copy Ghana for copyright fee.The above provisional fees excludes examination fees; and
The above fees are tentative, hence, are subject to changes.
► Students should expect an official bill from the office of the Finance Officer of the College through the SRC on fees and its related issues.
► Students are to note that individuals must settle arrears if any; and must pay the fees for the 2021/22 Academic Year otherwise would not be permitted to enter campus.
REOPENING DATE FOR NEXT ACADEMIC YEAR
In connection with specific date for the resumption and commencement of 2021/22 Academic Year, the National Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education in their meeting with the Minister of Education this week, according to the Principal, agreed to draft a new academic calendar schedule for the 2021/22 Academic Year for consideration and approval.
The reopening date for the commencement of the next academic year will definitely be changed and, as such, students must plan and wait for further directives.
COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, SRC