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Parents Unable to Pay Fees, Regent goes to their Rescue


 Four recipients of the scholarship in a group picture

Regent University College has once again honored its Corporate Social Responsibility promise by continuing to give back to the community. There were joyous celebrations among the scholarship recipients and their family as the Rural Educational Project-Adimadim Kyenku-Larbi provided more students the gift of education by paying their tuition. Overall, there are eight beneficiaries under this project. The second batch of four students from Adimadim Kyenku-Larbi D/A school on the Rural Educational Project undertaken by Regent University College gained admission into Suhum Presbyterian School and have since commenced classes. The remaining four have also commenced school at Ofori Panin SHS at Kokorantumi.

Before this initiative, majority of students who were supposed to begin their secondary education after realizing their SHS placement status could not make that journey. Sadly, of all the students selected for schools placement, not all of them were able to celebrate as they had financial constraints. Due to the tough economic challenges families faced, they were unable to afford the required fees. Thus, when Regent University implemented this initiative there were scenes of jubilation and parents of the beneficiaries welcomed this idea with open arms.

Regent University College has elected to support these students as a way of giving back to society by ensuring that those who may never have the chance of education are provided one. Regent University College understood that there was a basic need and took on the responsibility. Regent has brought joy in the lives of these families by affording their children the opportunity to go to school and dream big dreams. The total amount paid out for this semester was 5580.00 GHC, which included a number of items such as school fees, boarding fees, books and stationery etc.

The hope is that these very same students will go on to university, hopefully Regent University College, and become excellent leaders in Ghana and Africa. To Susana Amoabea, Godfred Attah, Mercy Duodua, Frank Ofori, Fatima Fuseini, Nomegnui Koku Mawuli, Stephen Ntow, Samuel Tetteh; Regent University College wish you all the best. It is our hope that you make the most of this situation and make your parents, community, Regent University College, Ghana and the world at large proud. We are behind you 100%.