KNUST Students Warned: No Medical Examination, No Mid-Semester Exams, Management Issues Stern Directive”

In a recent announcement, the management of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has delivered a stern warning to both first-year and continuing students. According to a communiqué, students who have not undergone the mandatory medical examination will be ineligible to participate in the upcoming mid-semester exams.

The university management underscored the critical importance of the medical examination, highlighting that admission to the institution is contingent upon students being declared medically fit by the university director of medical services. The directive aims to ensure the well-being of all students and maintain a healthy academic environment.

As of February 6, 2024, statistics reveal that only 4,743 out of the total 16,028 registered students on the main campus have completed their mandatory medical examinations. The university administration urges the remaining students to prioritize their health assessments promptly to comply with university regulations.

To facilitate this process, the university’s medical services department has extended its support and resources to accommodate the influx of students seeking to fulfill this requirement. The announcement concluded with a call for cooperation from the student body, emphasizing the need for all students to adhere to the directive to prevent any academic disruptions.