Students’ Clubs and Societies
Ghana Baptist University College students may form clubs and societies.  A student clubs or societies are of two kinds: Clubs and societies which promote the members’ own desires and aspirations. They include religious organizations and old students associations, clubs and societies which promote the achievements of the policies and objectives of the University College. They include schools and departmental clubs.
The Departmental Clubs to which some students belong include:

  • “HR. PEOPLE” (for students under the Human Resource Department), Entrepreneurship Students Association of Ghana, (ESAG), and Graduate Marketers Association of Ghana Students (GRAMAGS) – GBUC Chapter.
  • The Literary Group seeks to educate, inform and entertain The University Community through drama, chorography, and poetry recitals.
  • The Campus Christian Fellowship (CCF) is one key religious organization, which incorporates all students from various religious backgrounds. The members meet periodically to seek for spiritual guidance and protection from God through organized prayers.
  • Under the fatherly care and initiative of The PRESIDENT of the Ghana Baptist University, the Integrity Club (students’ movement against corruption), not only in GBUC, but Ghana in general was inaugurated on 28th October, 2011.

Relationship between Students and Staff

  • Student – Student Relations. Students at GBUC act as brothers and sisters with high Christian ethical standards. Relationships among students are that of care and friendship; mutual respect and courtesy. Relationships between opposite sexes of students demonstrate high Christian moral standards.
  • Staff – Student Relation.  Staff members at GBUC act as mentors of students under high Christian ethical standards.  Relationship between staff and students is one of care and friendship, mutual respect and courtesy.

Students Accommodation and Hostel Issues
Students who may need assistance or who may be confronted with problems related to accommodation and want to have them addressed can receive assistance through the Hostel Manager, Dean of Students, and the Registrar’s office. Besides, the Hostel facilities provided by the University College on Abuakwa campus, students are also permitted to look for their own accommodation needs in some of the privately owned hostels near the campus of the University College.