YEG SUSU ENTERPRISE donates to support GRASAG-UCC’s PAD UP Project for Girls with Disability

YEG Susu Enterprise, a renowned Susu collection company operating in and around the Cape Coast metropolis, has stepped forward to generously support the GRASAG-UCC sanitary pad project, known as PAD UP. This initiative aims to provide sanitary pads to girls with disabilities while also educating them on menstrual hygiene management.

The Cape Coast School of the Deaf has been selected as the beneficiary of this inaugural project undertaken by GRASAG-UCC. It is an opportunity to make a meaningful impact on the lives of these young girls and promote their well-being.

YEG, led by CEO Mr. Gyasi Yeboah, demonstrated their commitment to social responsibility by donating funds to contribute to the PAD UP project. Their support will play a crucial role in ensuring that these girls receive the necessary sanitary products and knowledge to manage their menstrual hygiene effectively.

Event Details:

  • Date: 29th May, 2023
  • Venue: Cape Coast School of Deaf Premises

We invite individuals and organizations who wish to contribute to this noble cause to donate pads or funds. Your support will go a long way in empowering these girls and ensuring they can navigate their menstrual cycles with dignity and confidence.

To make a donation or offer your support, please contact Luu Darlyn Yinpok at 0542963631. Your generosity will make a significant difference in the lives of these girls, enabling them to focus on their education and personal growth without the added burden of inadequate menstrual hygiene resources.

Let us come together as a community to support this crucial cause and create a brighter future for these girls with disabilities. Together, we can break barriers and promote equality and inclusivity for all. Below are excerpts.


For further updates and information, please Contact: Luu Darlyn Yinpok Phone: 0542963631


GRASAG-UCC Presents the Exciting Research Journey Webinar Series!

We are delighted to share that last semester, under the dynamic leadership of Mr. Achire Adam, the Executive Council of GRASAG-UCC launched its first-ever Research Webinar Series, known as the “GRASAG UCC Research Journey”. This groundbreaking initiative consisted of weekly virtual events designed specifically to address the pressing research challenges faced by graduate students. We are thrilled to provide you with access to the insightful and resourceful recordings of each episode.

🔗 Episode 1: “Getting Started with Your Research” Catch the first episode of the GRASAG UCC Research Journey, where experts shared valuable insights and practical tips on how to find research gaps with confidence and clarity. 🎥 Watch now: YouTube Link – Episode 1

🔗 Episode 2: “Crafting a Stellar literature review” In the second episode, our esteemed speakers delved into the art of crafting an exceptional literature review. Gain valuable knowledge on how to structure your research effectively and refine the scope of your research. 🎥 Watch now: YouTube Link – Episode 2

🔗 Episode 3: “Mastering Research Methodologies” Join us for the third episode, where we explore various research methodologies and equip you with the tools needed to choose the most appropriate approach for your study. Enhance your understanding of data collection techniques and ensure the robustness of your research design. 🎥 Watch now: YouTube Link – Episode 3

🔗 Episode 4: “Mastering Research Methodologies (cont..)” The fourth episode is a must-watch for all researchers grappling with research methodologies complexities. Our experts continued with unravelling the mysteries of choosing the right method for your research. 🎥 Watch now: YouTube Link – Episode 4

🔗 Episode 5: “Choosing a method (Mixed Method)” Join us for the fifth episode, where we explore the critical role of choosing mixed methods approach in research projects. Discover proven strategies in using the mixed method approach to conduct comprehensive framework for your study. 🎥 Watch now: YouTube Link – Episode 5

🔗 Episode 6: “Presenting Qualitative and quantitative results” In the sixth and final episode of this remarkable webinar series, we delve into presenting your research results and findings. The facilitators emphasized on statistical analysis, qualitative data interpretation, and data visualization, to derive meaningful insights from your research findings. 🎥 Watch now: YouTube Link – Episode 6

We encourage you to watch, like, and share these insightful episodes with your fellow researchers. Stay tuned for more exciting initiatives from GRASAG-UCC as we continue to foster a vibrant research community and support the academic growth of graduate students. Together, let’s embark on an enriching research journey that fuels innovation and contributes to the advancement of knowledge. Fore more information, kindly contact the PRO on 0557240094


The Achire-led administration is thrilled to announce the revival of the GRASAG-UCC Research Sentinel, an essential platform designed to monitor and ensure the quality and integrity of research projects undertaken by graduate students at the University of Cape Coast. After a hiatus of more than a year, the leadership of GRASAG-UCC is excited to bring this invaluable resource back to life.

The primary goal of the GRASAG-UCC Research Sentinel is to provide a framework for the systematic and ethical conduct of research, emphasizing responsible and transparent use of resources and adherence to the highest standards of academic integrity. This platform aims to promote rigorous research practices, facilitate communication between researchers and their supervisors, and foster a culture of academic excellence.

At its core, the Sentinel aims to create a supportive and collaborative environment that nurtures the production of high-quality research, ultimately contributing to the advancement of knowledge across various fields of study. By offering guidance, oversight, and training, the Sentinel ensures that graduate students are well-equipped to undertake meaningful and impactful research that benefits society as a whole.

Below are the esteemed  sentinel members from different faculties. These dedicated individuals have committed themselves to the cause of enhancing the research experience for graduate students and are readily available to offer assistance with any challenges you may encounter in your thesis or research work.

👩‍🔬👨‍🔬 Meet the Sentinel Members:



These exceptional individuals bring a wealth of expertise and experience to the table, ensuring that you receive the necessary support to overcome any obstacles in your research journey. From refining research proposals to addressing data analysis concerns, the Sentinel members are committed to guiding you towards success.

We encourage all graduate students to take full advantage. Whether you are just beginning your thesis or are in the midst of conducting groundbreaking research, the Sentinel is here to empower and equip you every step of the way. Together, let us embark on this exciting journey towards advancing knowledge and making a meaningful impact on society.

For more information and to connect with the Sentinel members, please contact 0543753646


Attention all second-year postgraduate research students (MPhil, MCOM, MN, PhD), the leadership of the Graduate Students’ Association of Ghana (GRASAG-UCC) has successfully lobbied for an extension of the deadline for the Samuel and Emelia Brew-Butler/SGS/GRASAG-UCC Research Grant application. The new deadline is now April 28th, 2023.

If you meet the eligibility criteria and have obtained a CGPA of 2.5 and above but still have ICs, or if you have already applied for transcripts but have not yet received them, you can still apply by attaching a copy of your transcript receipt to the supporting documents required for the application.

To access the application form, you can click on this link or visit the SGS website at Please note that there will be no extension beyond this period, so we encourage all eligible members to take advantage of this opportunity and submit their applications on or before Friday, April 28th, 2023. Thank you.


Dear postgraduate students,

The Leadership of the Graduate Students’ Association of Ghana (GRASAG-UCC) would like to inform you that the online portal for the 2022/2023 academic year bursary application is now open. The bursary registration period begins today, April 25, 2023, and ends on Sunday, April 30, 2023.

To ensure a successful bursary registration, please take note of the following:

  • Applicants must be a registered postgraduate student of a GRASAG-UCC.
  • Applicants must have the following documents or information ready and uploaded for the online bursary registration: Student ID card, Admission letter, National ID card (Ghana card/Passport), and an ABSA bank account number.
  • Click on this link to get an ABSA bank ignition account or visit any ABSA bank nationwide if you don’t have one.
  • Click the registration link to register.

Here are the steps for the bursary application process:

  1. Click on the link to access the bursary application portal.
  2. Click on the “Verify Details” button and enter your student ID number and active email address.
  3. Check your email for the temporary password sent to you and use it to log into the portal along with your student ID.
  4. Once logged in, select the “Profile” option on the dashboard to upload your bank details and all the necessary personal details required.
  5. Click on the upload files option to upload a picture of your student ID, national ID, and admission letter.
  6. After submitting all your details, your profile progress status will turn green, indicating that you have completed the necessary steps.
  7. Finally, submit the form and wait for feedback from the bursary provider.

Please note that you can only receive payment if you have registered online and had all necessary supporting documents vetted and approved.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to apply for the GRASAG bursary. Hurry and complete your registration before the deadline on April 30, 2023. Thank you.


The leadership of GRASAG-UCC organized an exciting and engaging event for postgraduate students on March 18th, 2023. The event included a health walk, aerobic exercise, and health screening to promote healthy living among the postgraduate community.

The health walk was a refreshing way for the students to kickstart their weekend, with participants walking through the beautiful UCC campus while enjoying the cool morning breeze. The aerobic exercise session that followed was energetic and fun-filled, led by experienced fitness trainers who ensured that everyone got moving and grooving to the beat.

As a bonus attraction, the event featured a delicious kenkeyfest that added a touch of Ghanaian culture to the event. Students indulged in this delicacy, while bonding and socializing with each other.

The event was a resounding success, with many postgraduate students turning out to participate in the various activities. The highlight of the day was the presence of the Dean of the School of Graduate Studies, Professor Mrs. Sarah Darkwa, who graced the occasion with her presence. GRASAG-UCC hopes to organize more events like this in the future to promote healthy living and foster a sense of community among postgraduate students.

Below is a link to the pictures taken during the event.


On Tuesday, March 7th, 2023 and Wednesday, March 8th, 2023, GRASAG-UCC and Centre for Gender Research, Advocacy & Documentation (CEGRAD-UCC) jointly celebrated International Women’s Day at the Prof. Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang Auditorium.

The celebration was marked with speeches, panel discussions, and the launch of the pad up project by the wocom, showcasing the importance of gender equality and empowerment. The event was a powerful reminder of the need to continue working towards a world where women are treated with respect, dignity, and equality. We are proud to have been a part of such an incredible celebration, and we look forward to continuing to support gender equality and women’s empowerment in the future.

Below is pad up project logo and link to the pictures taken during the celebration.




On February 23, 2023, the leadership of GRASAG UCC paid a courtesy visit to the esteemed Pro Vice-Chancellor, Professor Mrs. Boohene. The aim of the visit was to address a variety of pressing concerns that were impacting postgraduate students. This meeting provided an excellent platform for GRASAG UCC to engage with the university’s leadership and work together towards finding sustainable solutions to improve the postgraduate student experience.

Below are excerpts from the visit.


On March 9th, 2023, GRASAG-UCC in partnership with the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) held a registration and renewal exercise for postgraduate students. The exercise was organized  with the aim of making the registration process more convenient and accessible for postgraduate students. The event was a success, with many students taking advantage of the opportunity to register or renew their NHIS membership. Stay tuned to the GRASAG- UCC website for updates on upcoming events and activities.


Attention all fashion lovers! It’s time to elevate your style game with GRASAG-UCC’s hottest sale of the season. Wrap up your look with our trendy and stylish ties or scarves, now available at unbeatable prices. Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to upgrade your wardrobe without breaking the bank. Head over to our office now and take advantage of this limited-time offer before it’s too late. Get ready to turn heads and make a fashion statement with GRASAG-UCC.