Maiden Congregation

The First Congregation Ceremony of the Regentropfen College of Applied Sciences, Kansoe.

The College graduated a total of twenty-five (25) students, being the first batch of diploma students, who are poised for the job market. Some of them already own companies. 

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Award Winning Students, who have distinguished themselves in the areas of study: On the left is Sixtus Kuudaar, the best graduating student with excellence in innovation and entrepreneurship. On the right is Beatrice Atipoka Atidaana, Overall Best graduating Student and best graduating female student.


The College Council Chairman’s award, namely, The Best Graduating Student in Innovation and Entrepreneurship buttresses the importance of the form of education that ReCAS is offering.


Students are guided and encouraged to form their own companies so that they would have overcome the problems associated with the teething stages of every  newly formed company.  


The Prof. Agnes Apusiga Best Graduating Female Student award brings home the importance of women participating in every aspect of the economy. The statement that the place of the woman is in the kitchen belongs to oblivion.


Prof. Agnes Apusiga is saying that our ladies should dare into the so-called male dominated professions. You can make it, my dear ladies.


Dear graduates, you would agree with me that you are who you are today because of the good mentorship offered to you by academic and administrative staff of ReCAS. We give thanks to all of them. As you came into ReCAS two things stood out:


1. ReCAS is an institution of pacesetters and

2. ReCAS promotes talents.


You have experienced both parts of the life of ReCAS in various ways. In the various letters that I have written to you during your two years of study in ReCAS, I made mention over and over again that we are training you to make a difference in the world:

we are training you to create jobs for yourselves and for others; and we are training you to give solutions to social problems. Don‘t concentrate on making money. Concentrate on finding solutions to social problems. The money will come automatically.


Excerpts from the speech of the President of the College, Rev. Fr. Dr.  Moses Asaah Awinongya, SVD.


Beatrice Atipoka Atidaana,

 Overall Best graduating Student and best graduating female student.

Mr. Mensah Seneadza - Chairman of the College Council.

The College Choir Animated the ceremony

A Cross section of the College Council Members and representation from our mentor University, University for Development Studies, who witnessed the conferment of awards. 

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