Council Chairman of the Wisconsin University International College of Ghana, Justice Isaac D. Duose has cautioned the 3749 freshers who have gained admission to study various programs by the University to avoid cheating in Examinations.
According to him, Wisconsin University International Collage of Ghana does not tolerate examination malpractices in any form and anyone caught in the act will be dealt with.
Addressing matriculants at the University’s nineteenth matriculation ceremony held on Saturday, 1st October 2022 at the institution’s main campus at North Legon in Accra, Justice Duose explained that the University does not tolerate Examination malpractices in any form or shape because the University does not intend to give half-baked degrees to any student who passes through its walls.
“We take strong exception to examination malpractices, since we do not and will not go to encourage you to use short-cut to get your degrees. Because if you get a degree here and you go out there to show incompetence, it will be a disgrace to the board, management, and staff of the University”, the Council Chairman of the Wisconsin University International Collage of Ghana reiterated.
”We want each and every one of you sitting here today to be our good ambassadors of excellence anywhere you will find yourself now or in the future”, Justice Duose added.
“One thing I will like to leave with you is the importance of timeliness so that as you go on in life, you will respect time. Because respect for time is respect for everybody else you come into contact with,” he noted.
The Council Chairman admonished freshers and continuing students to understand that there is no known magic formula for success. Saying what we do know is that those who have achieved true success have consistently displayed a couple of characteristics: Integrity, transparency, accountability, teamwork, and excellence in service delivery.
These characteristics according to Justice Duose represent the core values of Wisconsin University International Collage of Ghana which the students should believe in and uphold.