On Monday, the 14th of August, 2023, the Vice – Chancellor of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), the mentor of our College, paid a courtesy call on President and Management with the KNUST Registrar, and officers from the Affiliation office and the University Relations Department.
After a brief exchange of pleasantries and discussions on the progress of the two institutions and their mutual collaboration, the team moved to inspect the physical facilities of the College including the library, the lecture halls, the IT Department and the new Nursing Department.
The team was very much impressed about the quality of the physical facilities of the college and the college ambience in terms of its suitability for academic work. The team departed after an hour.
The two institutions pledged to work hard for their mutual benefit and hold high all that has been achieved so far and improve upon it.
Below is the visit in pictures.
This picture include the Vice-Chancellor of KNUST Prof. (Mrs)Rita Akosua Dickson, The Resistrar Mr A K Boateng, Mrs Oluwakemi Titiloye and Mr Gibridu Oppong all from KNUST and Rev. Faithful Biney, President/Co-Founder, Rev (Mrs) Mary Biney (Co-Founder), Dr John B. Andor, Registrar, Dr Elizabeth Appiah, Director of Academic Affairs and Lydia Dawuso , Head of Dept of Nursing all from the FountainHead Christian University.
The Vice-Chancellor of KNUST, Prof. Rita Dickson
To receive the guest from KNUST included Rev (Mrs) Mary Biney, Dr John B. Andor, Registrar, Dr Elizabeth Appiah,Director of Academic Affairs and Lydia Dawuso , Head of Dept of Nursing all from the FountainHead Christian University.
The President/Founder Rev. Faithful Binney and The Vice-Chancellor of KNUST, Prof. Rita Dickson
The president/Founder of FCUC and the Registrar Mr. A.K. Boateng of KNUST
The President/Founder Rev. Faithfull Binney and the Registrar Dr. J. B. Andor of FCUC Receiving the VC and her team
The President/Founder of FCUC and VC of KNUST with her team in the ICT LAB
The Head of Nursing Department Madam Lydia Dawuso leading a tour to the Nursing Department