The University of Cape Coast is one of the oldest and largest of the thirteen Ghanaian national public universities. Due to the school’s largest population, the school have made some things such as registration of course and accessing of results easier for students. These things can be done online with ease.
Check UCC Exams Results
The UCC exams results can be accessed through their Portal.
UCC Exams Results Checking Portal
The UCC portal is a UCC results portal link designed by the University of Cape Coast to help Students check their results.In fact, the purpose of the result portal page is to enable you find your semester result at UCC.
Of course, you can use the UCC results checking portal to check your UCC first semester results and also, your UCC second semester results.
Definitely there are many other things you can do in addition to check your result on the student portal.
Upon successful enrollment, you will gain access to the ucc.portal or the ucc.student portal.
For instance, you can check the latest news and updates regarding your matriculation and graduation at University of Cape Coast using the Student Notice Board.
Now, how can I check my result at UCC? Surely, follow the steps below to do so.
Check Your UCC Result
Definitely, follow the steps below to check your result at UCC.
First, click HERE to login to the University of Cape Coast student Login Portal.
Now, when you find the Portal login link, just enter your Student Registration Number and Password.
Next, click on the “Login” button below the page to sign in to your UCC portal.
Furthermore, navigate to the student result checking section on the page and click on it.
After that select the course you want to check its semester result.
As has been noted above, UCC is a global tertiary educational institution which brings quality distance learning education to the door step of its students.
For this reason, it uses the ucc.edu.gh portal online page to send very important notices to students wherever you may be which includes your result.
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