The SRC was formed in the year 2005 when the first sets of students were admitted into the University College. The SRC is the highest student leadership group. The group’s main aim is to champion the cause of students and liaise between the student body, the college administration and those outside the University Community.
The SRC has sub-committees such as the Welfare, Judicial, Editorial, Disciplinary etc that handle issues relating to their specific areas. The sub-committees report to the Executive Council and the General Assembly. The latter is made up of presidents and heads of various clubs and associations and Faculty representatives. The General Assembly is the highest decision-making body of the SRC.
Meet Your Newly Elected SRC Executives
The SRC President
Daniel Asomani is the President of the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) of Pentecost University College.
He is a Level 400 Student reading Bachelor of Commerce. He is the CEO of Vodec Africa, an entrepreneurship club in Pentecost University.
He is humble, outspoken and welcoming. He believes in hard work and wishes to unleash this quality as he serves the student body. He also believes in empowering young people and motivating them to exhibit their potentials and fulfil their purposes.
Dominic Kojo Addae is the Vice President of the Students’ Representative Council (SRC). He is in level 400 pursuing a degree program in B.Sc. Information Technology.
He believes in creativity, hard work and servant leadership. He has a high sense of dignity and sees the best in everyone he encounters.
Angela Opoku-Asare is the Secretary of the Students’ Representative Council (SRC). She is a level 400 Marketing student with a zealous heart to work endlessly in ensuring positive change in the SRC.
She is a communicator with a good interpersonal relationship and leadership skills. She believes in innovation and credibility. Her hobbies include listening to music, reading books, writing and watching movies.
Nana Ama Ainoo-Ansah is the Women’s Commissioner of the Students’ Representative Council (SRC). She is reading BA in Communication Studies.
She is a level 400 student who believes in empowering women on campus through the renewal of the mind. This will be done through an initiative called CREPP LADY (Complete, Renewed, Empowered Purposeful/Prayerful) that was introduced by the immediate past Women’s Officer.
She is very dependable with excellent interpersonal skills. She is willing to invest her time in the well-being of others.
Her hobbies include travelling, swimming and cooking. Her favourite Bible verse is Hebrews 13: 8.
Racheal Mensah is the Financial Controller of the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) of PUC. She is a level 400 student reading Banking and Finance.
She is action-oriented and has accountability and transparency as her hallmark. She is self-motivated and disciplined with a high level of integrity.
She believes that her multi-tasking, value-driven and results-oriented capabilities, not forgetting her God-fearing nature, will help her excel in this service.