ANUC has a support system that continues from your time as a student to your post graduate as an alumnus. The Alumni network keeps you connected.
Welcome to All Nations University College 2020 Alumni Homecoming and Re-union. It’s an exciting time to look back at the good old memories of your school days and enjoy a cocktail with an old classmate. This event has lots of exciting program lineup for you our dear alumnus as we advance in this year 2020.
In the year 2019, ANUC introduced its re-branded Alumni Network with the aim of effectively engaging its alumni. This initiative was planned and lunched by the Office of the Vice President Academic and Student Affairs under the theme “Re-telling Our Story: Supporting Holistic Student experience and Alumni Engagement”.
Fill the attached form to request for your transcript and one of our Advancement officers would reach out to you!
Alumni can now apply for their certificate and letter of attestation by clicking on the link below.
Alumni can now get all their recommendation letters through the office of Academic and Student Affairs by clicking below and filling the attached form.
Click this link to register as an official member of the ANUC alumni network and be part of a community of shared resources and value
Let us know of your progress in your various career of endeavor so we can properly profile you on our alumni platform.
Don’t fail to inform us of any job or career advancement opportunity, as other members of this community can benefit from it.
Your donations and contributions towards building this network is an evidence of your commitment towards the core values we share.
As an Alumna of the Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE) department at All Nations University College (ANUC ’15) Koforidua Ghana, and now a Master of Arts candidate in the Communications, Culture and Technology Program (CCT) at Georgetown University, Washington DC USA, Evelyn is successfully navigating the academic fields of Engineering, Arts & Sciences in the course of her academic pursuit. Her research interests are in the identification of changing information and communication technologies – particularly in the media, and gauging the effects of such changes on social, political, and economic development.