The Conference of principals of Colleges of Education (PRINCOF) has officially released the approved fees for all Colleges of education fresh and continuing students for the 2022 academic year in all the 46 public colleges of Education.
Most of the Colleges of Education during the Admission process use the tentative fees that were available to the schools by principals of Colleges of education.
According to a reliable source, the fees will be different from College to College depending on the programs that each student will be offered in the school.
The 46 public colleges of Education fees for the 2022/2023 academic year are the provisional fees that are approved by the National Conference of Principals of Colleges of Education for fresh and continuing students to pay for the academic year.
Below is the comprehensive structure of fees for all students in the 46 public colleges of Education both fresh and continuing students are to pay.
The break down of fees students are to pay comprise utility fees, Library user fees, Hall dues, and SRC dues.
The above-stated fees exclude Examination fees that students are to pay which is determined by the management of the respective Colleges of Education.
According to a directive from PRINCOF, all payment of fees should be made at any networked branch of Ghana Commercial Bank PLC using students index number or Application number of students.
For all UCC affiliated Colleges of Education, students are to pay their Examination fees directly into an institute of Education, the University of Cape Coast account using the student’s Eagle pay platform. This is for students in UCC affiliated Colleges of Education only.