Going Beyond the Classroom
Student life in East Legon, Accra is more than sitting in a class. At Webster Ghana, there are many events and activities designed to entertain, inform and challenge. Faculty, staff and students also work together to organize networking opportunities, from academic conferences and workshops to forums.
Our Office of Student Affairs will assist you during your transition to campus. While living on campus, we will provide you with comprehensive support in matters related to your resident permit and insurance, while also offering information regarding medical providers and other services. We’re here to meet the needs of our diverse student body and foster the atmosphere of respect, support and cross-cultural understanding on campus and in our student residences.
RWG manages the online radio platform, which is aimed at giving the students of Webster University Ghana an avenue to express their creativity, boost their confidence, improve their language skills and offer opportunities to address the issues currently plaguing the society, youth across the globe and on the continent.
This is a community of people with a passion for social advocacy and community work as a way of contributing to society. Webster Givers also organizes annual events such as Love Train, coin or cedi drives and Do-A-Little-Service Week.
This club is open to students interested in soccer with well-skilled players being drafted as part of the official Webster Ghana Soccer Team.
With the motto, Earth without Art is Just ‘Eh’, the Creative Arts club is focused on providing a safe, secure and diverse space for students to express themselves, as well as being able to nurture and encourage creativity and innovation throughout the student body.
Focused on promoting the knowledge of theater practices, Webster Drama Club (WDC) seeks to immerse the entire Webster Ghana community in various forms of theater art to serve as a medium of entertainment and education.
The Literary Alliance brings students together to share their interest of reading and improve vocabulary and writing skills.
Annual Student Events
Welcome Week Activities for Freshmen and Welcome Week Trip for Paintball, Go-Karts or to a nearby beach.
- September Community Service Engagement – Community Outreach activity for September
- September Day Trip – Day trip to sites in nearby regions e.g. Eastern, Volta, etc.
SGA Halloween Party – A costume party organized by the SGA on or around Halloween.
Global Helpers Exhibition – This is a project exhibition open to the entire university community, invited guests and friends of the Global Helpers Project cohort. The top 2 community service projects with the most thorough structure and impact focused will receive funding from the Student Affairs Office in order to execute their proposed activity.
Do A Little Service Week – A week of giving back and kindness ending with a Black Friday Kindness Drop-off to selected NGO or random students.
Multicultural Thanksgiving Dinner – A day of celebrating diverse cultures at Webster Ghana. Students will be encouraged to come to classes and the dinner in their traditional attire. Students will also share the typical foods, drinks and music of their home country.
Webster Rhymes and Reasons – Webster R&R happens once every term, on the last Friday or two before the end of the Spring 1, Spring 2 or Fall 2. This night is dedicated to spoken word, poetry, performances and a night of celebrating the arts.
Holiday Party – Final week of class ends with a party for staff and students.
Welcome Week for Freshmen and Welcome Picnic Off Campus in a nearby botanical garden.
SGA and Webster Givers CEDI or COIN Drive – A fundraising drive to raise funds for love train engagement on or around February 14th.
Cultural Heritage Overnight Trip to Central and Western Regions – This is an overnight trip with visits to Elmina Castle, Kakum National Park, Takoradi, Axim, Forts and other attractions in the Western Region.
Love Train or Valentine’s Day Community Service Engagement – This is a day of giving and sharing with students sharing chocolates and other donations to people in the nearby communities or selected NGOs.
Black History Month Discussion and Engagement – A movie discussion or panel engagement focused on black survival, black excellence and the fight for racial equality.
Webster Rhymes and Reasons – Webster R&R happens once every semester, on the last Friday or two before the end of the Spring 1, Spring 2 or Fall 2. We dedicate a night solely to spoken word, poetry, performances and a night of celebrating the arts.
Made in Ghana or Ghana Independence Day Activity – A Day of celebrating made in Ghana items if the Ghana Independence holiday is not during Spring Break.
WebsterLEADS retreat – A spring break retreat for all WebsterLEADS participants.
International Women’s Day Celebration – A day focused on celebrating gender equality and women’s empowerment.
The Annual Spring Student Conference (TASSC) – Since 2018, the students of Webster University Ghana Campus have been organizing an annual spring student conference, that features various discussions on topics that affect the youth and society in the contemporary 21st century.
April Community Service Engagement – Community Outreach activity for April
Student Relaxation Day Trip – Day trip to a relaxing resort open to a limited number of students
SGA Elections – Annual election of Student Government Association officers.
Student Recognition and Awards Night – This is an annual formal event focused on recognizing the efforts of students in leadership, campus life and general school spirit.
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