1. Overview/Description

The Political Science Students’ Association (POSSA) was established in 2013 when the Department of Political Science Education was created.  The Association is undoubtedly, the most vibrant and well-organized student’s association on the university campus.  It has its motto reading: Molding the minds of the future.  The slogan of POSSA is “Custodians of Power”. The association is non-partisan and nonsectarian. It draws its membership from all registered students studying Political Science in the University of Education, Winneba.

  1. Aims/Objectives
  2. Bringing together and foster friendship among all Political Science students in the Political Science Department of the University of Education, Winneba.
  3. To seek the welfare of members
  4. To seek the academic progress of members in conjunction with the department
  5. To organize students in the department
  6. Leaders for 2019/2020 Academic Year
  •  President  –                        Asare Patrick
  • Vice President -                  Awuni Ebenezer
  • General Secretary -            Odoom Benjamin
  • Financial Secretary –         Mensah Emmanuel
  • Organizing Secretary –      Essel M. Joseph
  • Treasurer –                         Gyarvey Esther
  • Public Relations Officer –  Mensah R. John
  • The Welfare Officer –        Donkor K. Prince
  1. Activities
  • Orientation of Fresh Students
  • Educational Trips
  • Seminars
  • Sports and Games
  • Outreach to Senior High Schools
  • General Meetings
  • POSA Dinner and awards Night
  • POSA Week Celebration
  1. Achievements

The association has achieved a lot since its establishment. These are some of the remarkable achievements of POSA:

  • The Association has through its dues, bought a modern photocopy to run copies for their members at reduced prices.
  • The Association has bought and fixed an internet router in the Reading room to boost research online.
  • The Association has furnished and stocked the Departmental Reading Room with furniture, current books and reading materials for the use of all students and staff. 
  • The association occasionally organizes educational trips, and these were some of the places they have so far visited: Kwame Nkumah Meusoleum, the Supreme Court of Ghana, and the Parliament house all in Accra. Some Historic sites in the Central Region such as the Cape Coast Castle, the Elmina Castle and some recreational sites such as Kakum National Park have also been visited.