Valley View University (VVU), the Premier Private University in Ghana was established in 1979 by the West African Union Mission of the Seventh-day Adventist as a missionary college.

In 1989 it was relocated at Oyibi, Mile 19, Accra-Dodowa, Ghana (West Africa).

Since its inception, the University has been operating under the supervision of the National Accreditation Board of Ghana, and the Seventh-day Adventist International Board of Education, through its Adventist Accrediting Association (located at the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventist headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA).

In January 2006, upon the recommendation of the National Accreditation Board, the University was granted charter by the president of the Republic of Ghana. It thus became the first chartered private university in the country.

Currently, the University has two extension campuses (Techiman Campus and Kumasi Campus) and two centres (Tamale Centre and Takoradi Centre).



The University has conducted 25 graduations so far. Apparently, graduations are conducted twice in a year (July and December). Graduations at Valley View University has over the years followed a specific trend (Programs over a weekend) without much difficulties. However, due to growth and some changes in policies and procedures, it has become necessary to put in place a written document that will serve as a guide and to also maintain uniformity across campuses.

Aside the Academic Bulletin, the 2019/2020 Graduation Policies and Procedures is aimed at providing the vital information and checklist necessary to improve the graduation experience at Valley View University.

This document shall be revised as and when necessary and to be approved by the Academic Board for implementation.

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