WEST AFRICAN PIPELINE COMPANY DELEGATES VISITS SCHOLARSHIP BENEFICIARIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST
The West African Gas Pipeline Company Limited WAPCo paid a scholarship monitoring visit to the Students’ Financial Support Office on Monday, 26th June,2023 as part of their efforts to strengthen relations with the Students’ Financial Support Office and to ensure a more effective and coordinated management of their scholarship award scheme. They engaged their beneficiaries and shot videos/photograghs of them for a documentary on how their support is impacting the lives and livelihoods of students from vulnerable homes in their host communities at the StuFSO Conference Room.
The Head of StuFSO, Ms. Grace Mensah, advised their beneficiaries to make good use of the huge investments made in them by their benevolent supporters to develop their career and skills potentials for their own good and that of the nation. She added that, continuous support is dependent on good academic performance, thus, students must study hard to enjoy the support in the subsequent years. They were also challenged to use the social media space responsibly in order to remain relevant in a rapidly changing world.
As part of the support services the office gives to its partners and external sponsors, she told the WAPCO team that StuFSO will give them every academic information they need on their beneficiaries before every academic year begins. She went further to assure team that StuFsO will verify and certify the results and all other academic information needed on their beneficiaries before the academic year begins. Ms. Mensah explained that StuFSO is concerned with the general wellbeing of all scholarship beneficiaries of the university. She thanked the WAPCo team for their benevolence and promised that StuFSO will continue to strive to eliminate financial barriers of Needy but Brilliant Students of the University of Cape Coast.
Mr.William Osei-Owusu, Deputy Manager, External Relations and Mr. Georges Koffi Kohou, Lead, External Relations Specialist were the representatives from WAPCo.