Freshers unhappy with ‘tedious, stressful registration exercise’ at UPSA

Freshers unhappy with ‘tedious, stressful registration exercise’ at UPSA

The Joshua Alabi Library at the University of Professional Studies, Accra

Some newly admitted students at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) have registered their displeasure over the “tedious and stressful” registration exercise at the school.

Students at any tertiary school are expected to register for the academic year before attending classes. But the process for First Year students is often cumbersome, greeted with long queues and many registration stations.

Speaking to UPSANEWROOM.com’s Papa Nyan Andoh on Monday, some First-Year students of the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) said they are already “tired of the registration process.”

“I have been going up and down trying to finish this process. I really hope the rest of the semester will not be as stressful [as this],” a female student who pleaded on a condition of anonymity said.

A male student by name Emmanuel was not spared by the stressful process either as he complained about the nature of the registration exercise.

Notwithstanding, the First-Year students are generally happy to start a new phase in their lives with the tertiary education.

“I am looking forward to making new friends and expanding my social circle,” Emmanuel said.

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