The Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) has announced it will organize matriculation for fresher men women virtually.
The school says the decision to organize the matriculation through a virtual means is to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The matriculation has been scheduled for February 26, 2021.
According to the school, further details would be communicated to the fresher men and women.
The management of the school recent closed down the school’s Ringway campus after two staff members tested positive for Coronavirus.
The statement said: “The temporary closure is due to two members of staff testing positive for COVID-19. Work will resume on Monday, 1st February 2021, after fumigation of both the Ringway and North Dzorwulu Campuses are complete”.
The school also transferred teaching and learning online.
“To ensure that academic work does not grind to a halt, the IT Directorate and Academic Affairs are particularly requested to migrate their work schedule online to provide support services to students. The security unit shall continue to operate at full capacity,” the GIJ management added in the statement.
Meanwhile, the school has also extended the deadline for the payment of fees to February 25, 2021.
Students who could not meet the earlier deadline have been asked to take advantage of the new deadline.