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The Disciplinary Committee comprises members of the General Assembly, is in charge of ensuring that the various bodies of the SRC are kept in check, with a chairperson appointed by the Executive Committee and a secretary appointed from among the members.

The committee deals with all acts of indiscipline of any member of the General Assembly or students referred by it and any member of the Executive Committee or any JCR. The committee gives advice to the General Assembly on recommendations of appropriate punishments for approval from Dean of Students, the Registrar or the Vice-Chancellor for implementation.



This commission is appointed by the executive committee with approval from the general assembly.

The commission, as a standing committee under the general assembly, has the responsibility of pursuing the harnessing, distillation and the employment of the intellectual and other important capacities of female students.

The commission has the duty of carrying out educational and capacity building programs aimed at improving the academic and the general welfare of the female student population in the university.

The commission also actively pursues the agenda of ensuring the cessation of all discriminatory and harmful practices against women in the university and the country as a whole.

It works towards the exercise of the rights of women in accordance with the laws of the university and the country, especially in cases the rights have been abused, denied or infringed upon in any way.

The commission works to get more women involved in the affairs of the SRC and the university and the country as a whole.


Executives of the Women's Commission 

Head: Ms Priscilla Aboabire

Deputy: Akua Acheampomaa Secretary: Zakiyat Tahiru


Roles of the Commission

The Women’s Commission is responsible for;

(a)   Pursuing the harnessing, distillation and employment of the intellectual and other appropriate capacities of female students for the advancement of society.

(b)   Carrying out educational and other capacity-building programs and activities aimed at improving the social, economic and academic circumstance of women in the University and in Ghana.

(c)    Pursuing actively the agenda of ensuring the cessation of all discriminatory and harmful practices against women in Ghana.

(d)   Actively working towards the appropriate and acceptable exercise, in accordance with the SRC Constitution and the Laws of Ghana, the rights of women, especially in cases where such rights are or have the propensity to be infringed upon, denied or abused.

(e)   Working towards greater participation among women in affairs incidental to the advancement of the University and Ghana as a whole.


Vision: To provide a conducive atmosphere for female students to undertake their studies, devoid of any discriminatory acts and for them to be on equal footing to that of their male counterparts in all aspects of academic and social life on the University campuses.


a)  To provide female representation in the student leadership to ensure that the grievances of female students are heard.

b)  To promote the intellectual brilliance and capacity building of female students to their advancement in society.

c)  To prevent discriminatory acts such as gender-based violence against female students on University campuses.

d)  To help protect women’s rights in the University.

e)  To promote greater participation of female students in the affairs of the University.



The publications and information committee is one of the standing committees appointed by the general assembly of the SRC.

The committee is in charge of ensuring the efficient communication of information between the SRC and the student population. It is basically the mouthpiece of the SRC.

Some of the duties of the committee include; ensuring the effective and efficient running of Radio Universe, the SRC FM station; carrying out effective publicity and advertisement of all SRC activities and making sure the right and approved information from the SRC gets to the student body.

The committee is composed of the chairperson, who is also the editor in chief of the SRC, two editors an additional two sub-editors, a legal advisor, a treasurer and a member from each JCR of the halls of residence. All of these persons are and have to be members of the general assembly.

As part of their duties, the committee also has the responsibility of informing the general assembly about vacancies on the committees under the assembly.


Publications And Information Committee Executives 

Head: Kofi Aikins Opoku

1st Deputy: Samuel Opoku Tiaku

2nd Deputy: Boaz Asare-Baah Twumasi

Role of the Committee

1.  Ensure the efficient running of the SRC stations.

2.  Carry out effective Publicity on all SRC activities.

3.  Be the Press Secretary and lead all SRC public relations matters.

The vision of the committee: To ensure that dissemination of accurate and factual information relevant to the general Student Populace.

Aim: To facilitate through all medium, effective dissemination of information.



The lifeline of an anti-graft oriented institution is the prioritization of the promotion and entrenchment of probity, accountability, and transparency. These crucial pillars of integrity are indispensable to the smooth operation of the Students' Representative Council (SRC). The SRC's Constitution, in cognizance of this, has provided for the composition of the Finance Committee to preside over the optimum allocation and expenditure of resources. The Finance Committee essentially ensures the efficient utilization of the resources of the SRC through effective and efficient financial measures. It is a twenty-three member committee comprising of one representative from each Junior Common Room of the Halls of residence, three persons nominated by the General Assembly and the SRC treasurer who doubles as the secretary of the committee. The Finance Committee is currently chaired by Miss Rushaina Razak and Prince Amoah Ampofo ( SRC treasurer) is the scribe of the committee.


Finance Committee Executives 

Head: Feyi Eyram Kwamla

Deputy: Millicent Maame Quansah

Probity, accountability and transparency are the key pillars that facilitate the smooth running of every institution or body hence the need for the SRC Finance Committee to uphold these values. The SRC Constitution, therefore, mandates the committee to encourage and promote the efficient use of the resources of the SRC through effective and efficient finance measures.

Roles of the Committee

1.              The committee promotes the efficient usage of resources

2.              the committee pre–audits all financial transactions of the Executive officer or commission or committees.

3.              The committee also monitors the receipts and payments out of the Student's fund



The Students Representative Council as part of its responsibilities for ensuring the welfare of all students has created the Non-Resident Students Affairs to pursue and resolve issues relevant to the welfare of non-resident students of this University.

The committee is a seven (7) member body of non - resident students who meet the qualification of membership of a committee and are appointed by the Executive Committee of the SRC, subject to the approval of the General Assembly.

The Non-Resident Students’ Affairs Committee is responsible for working with relevant bodies to enhance services directed towards non-resident students, such as transportation and alternative residential services. The body seeks to protect and promote the welfare of non-resident students. It is also responsible for the receipt, pursuance, and resolution of complaints and observations made by non-resident students on issues affecting their well-being, provided that such issues are related to their status as non-resident students.

The committee relies on the reports and observations of non-resident students hence encourage non-resident students to make use of the office to ensure its efficiency and the achievement of improved welfare of non-resident students of this University.

A non-resident student is a student who does not have a residence in any such facility located on the campuses of this University.



The Students’ Representative Council (SRC), an umbrella student body, and as part of its efforts to give the student a strong representation within and without its borders, has in place the External Affairs Committee. The committee is solely responsible for the organization of student’s travel abroad or the external affairs of the SRC.

It is the body that establishes and coordinates the relationship between the student body and NUGS as well as other local or international organizations or institutions. The composition of this august arm of the SRC includes the Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer and other officers of the committee. Membership of the Executive of the committee must be members of the General Assembly, having received appointment and given prior approval of the same.

The executive of the External Affairs Committee serves as the Executive of the Local NUGS such that constitutionally, the Committee is the Local NUGS Secretariat. Offices of the Secretary and Treasurer also represent the same offices of the Local NUGS respectively. The Chairperson of the External Affairs Committee is the Local NUGS President. This coalition is to ensure effective coordination of the relationship between SRC and NUGS.



The comfort of students is the linchpin to the progress of the University, for this reason, the SRC has a welfare committee to cater to the comfort needs of students. The committee has a chair who is appointed by the Executive Officers and members of the committee appointed by the Executive committee; all members are subject to the approval of the General Assembly (GA). The objectives of the committee range from guaranteeing optimum hygiene at market squares and trade centers, warranting proper running of school facilities, ensuring the safety of students on campus, to providing favorable conditions in the halls with the help of various JCR officials.
In directing the affairs of the committee, there have been considerable efforts in fulfilling the objectives of the committee.


Welfare Committee

Head: Ayettey Jemima Yeaboa

Deputy: Monica Adu-Asamoah

Secretary: Eunice Asabea Obeng

Role of the Committee

It is the responsibility of the Welfare Committee to ensure the welfare of members of the General Assembly and all students at large.

Aims: The aim of the Welfare Committee is to build a secure atmosphere on campus to ensure quality products and service delivery to all students.



Many students may infer the Programs and Projects committee as the entertainment section of the SRC. Such an assumption is not entirely true nor is it false. The committee has an administrative duty in procuring a true account of all resources of the SRC. The committee also sees to the successful execution of all programs (academic and ordinary) of the SRC. Publishing of the program line up of the SRC for a particular period is also the task of the committee. The heads (chairperson, secretary, and treasurer) are appointed by Executive Officers while committee members are appointed by the Executive committee with the guidance of the General Assembly (GA).

As it stands now, the objectives are been met successfully with the collaborative powers of the Executive Officers, GA, and the student populace.



The Intelligence and Students’ Affairs Committee is the investigative and research body of the SRC. In our world of information asymmetry and a deliberate distortion of facts, research and inquiry have a huge responsibility. An organization that fails to embark on research is bound to fail. Research brings about innovation and practical solutions to the challenges faced by individuals and organizations in the contemporary world.

The Intelligence and Students’ Affairs Committee has the responsibility of collating data and conducting research into matters affecting the welfare of students in the University of Ghana and students in Ghana as a whole. The committee drives the whole of the SRC machinery by providing other committees and organs of the SRC with accurate and timely information relevant to their work and activities. In effect, the committee gives life to the SRC. The committee also contributes to debates on national issues including writing articles and comments in the media.

This is a strategic committee of the SRC that has unrestricted access to information as to the files, books, and records available at any JCR or the SRC especially on matters that hinges directly or indirectly on students’ welfare in the university. The committee is the only committee that has the right to summon any student to appear before it for purposes incidental to the efficient performance of its duties.

The committee is under the able leadership of Hon. Avornorkadzi Prince who is a final year Accounting student at the University of Ghana Business School and a resident of Commonwealth Hall. He is ably assisted by Mr. Mohammed Ali. Aside from the Legal Advisor and the Press Secretary of the SRC who are members of this committee, there are eight other members and volunteers who work in the committee.


Intelligence and Students Affairs Committee Executives 

Head: Ebenezer Gyan

Deputy: Solomon Kobiri

Roles of the Committee

Article 70(4) of the UGSRC constitution vests in the Intelligence and Student Affairs Committee the following responsibilities.

a)              Conduct research and collate data and other information affecting the welfare of students of this University and Students in Ghana as a whole.

b)              Collate and analyze information on various issues of national interest for purposes aimed at contributing to debates and discussions on issues of national importance, including writing of articles and comments in the media.

The committee is under the able leadership of Hon. Avornorkadzi Prince who is a final year Accounting student at the University of Ghana Business School and a resident of Commonwealth Hall. He is ably assisted by Mr. Mohammed Ali. Aside from the Legal Advisor and the Press Secretary of the SRC who are members of this committee, there are eight other members and volunteers who work in the committee.



The Scholarship Committee's objective is to make sure that all students have the opportunity to acquire financial aid for their academics. This entails publicizing on the availability of scholarships, fundraising and reporting on the performance of the program and the beneficiaries. The Committee works in collaboration with the Financial Aid Office.



The Academic Affairs Committee is a standing committee of the SRC. Its mandates include but not limited to safeguarding the academic interest of all students of the University. The committee is mandated to provide students with all academic-related information such as information on the academic timetable, examination timetable, timelines for academic registration, etc. this is done together with the Publications and Information Committee of the SRC. The Committee also works hand in hand with the academic affairs directorate of the University.

Academic Affairs Committee Executives 

Head: Abdul Salam Mohammed

Deputy: Akosua Sarfoaa

Secretary: John Baptist Nyanle

Roles of the committee

1.Works hand in hand with the Director of Academic Affairs Directorate of the University of Ghana.

2.Serves students with relevant information in relation to academic affairs; academic course registration, academic fees payment and its related issues, academic calendar etc.

Other duties of the Committee include:

a)The pursuance and implementation of all resolutions of the General Assembly concerning academic affairs in this University or that are directed to the Committee.

b)The receipt of all complaints and observations made by students in their academic pursuits and the pursuance of the appropriate resolution(s) of the same.

c)Working with all relevant bodies to ensure the highest level of academic standards in the University.

Aim: To provide quality academic experience to all university of Ghana students.

Our mission:

Seeking academic excellence through service, proactiveness and precision.



Sponsorship Committee is one of the standing committees of the SRC with the duty to secure sponsorship for the SRC and its activities and projects. The activities of the committee go beyond the boards of the University since it works with companies, institutions, and originations in the corporate world. The duty of the committee is crucial since sponsorship obtained in the name of the SRC goes a long way to supplement the funds of the SRC.




The Passport Committee is more like the Foreign Affairs sector of the SRC, its sole mandate is to help students get passports and all necessary documents to aid in that process.

Program for the year: For the 2016/2017 academic year, the committee added the mandate of helping students to get electronic birth certificates to aid in getting their biometric passports and through diligence that has been achieved on the broader view not forgetting facilitating biometric passports for the general student body.


The SRC General Assembly (G.A) per its own resolution adopted the following two committees to help in the operations of the SRC.


G.A in November 2019 adopted and formed the Sports Committee of the SRC. The role of the committee will be to superintend over all sporting activities at the SRC level and also serves as the link between sportsmen and women in the school and the student leadership. The welfare of sportsmen and women will be the sole mandate of this committee.



This is a five-member committee established under Article 10(12) of the SRC constitution during the last meeting of G.A in the first semester of the 2019/2020 academic year. The committee has the mandate to evaluate all programs, projects, activities, and events of the SRC. The essence of such duty is to ensure that all SRC programs are fulfilling the interest of students. The committee is accountable to the SRC General Assembly.