The Management of the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) has directed lectures to walk out prospective students who are improperly dressed and expose vital parts of their bodies from lecture halls.
UPSA’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Abednego F. O. Amartey, in his address at the 2021 matriculation of the university last Friday said this will ensure students are disciplined and act as good ambassadors of the University.
He told the 2021 matriculants that indecent dressing to lectures violates the rules of the University of Professional Studies (UPSA) and goes contrary to their to adhere to a professional appearance at all times.
Stressing on the need to be disciplined, Professor Abednego F. O. Amartey urged the newly admitted students to take their academic work seriously.
“The distance between today’s ceremony and your graduation ceremony is quite wide,” he said.
The Vice-Chancellor added that “It is [therefore] important that the journey you are beginning ends successfully. For this to happen, you need to regularly attend lectures, complete all your assignments, and shun deviant behaviour and other vices that can interfere with your bright future.”
According to him, lectures of the university have been directed to sack students who dress in an unsuitable manner from lecture halls adding that short skirts, torn jeans and other such clothes are not welcome on campus