They were awarded degrees, diplomas and certificates in Education, Administration, Accounting and Management, among others.
Prof. Steve Sobotie, principal of the college, remarked the the training of manpower for the country was not sole responsibility of the university and the government, but every Ghanaian including the students "who are expected, in addition to learning, to go a step further by making sure that the few facilities available are maintained and protected.
This culture will contribute greatly to how they live in society which expects so much from them after graduation", he added.
Prof. Sobotie stressed the need for the provision of more lecture halls, classrooms equipped with modern teaching and learning gadgets to make the training of teachers less stressful, noting that the government could not do that alone; hence, the call for support from the graduates.
The Vice-Chancellor, Prof Asabere-Ameyaw, appreciated the support of the GETFund in providing the essential infrastructural needs of the university and mentioned the construction of a four-storey 240 capacity hostel valued at GHc 606,794 million for the Kumasi campus.
He also acknowledge the continuous support the university had received from individuals, organisations and the state.