Denominational & Non-Denominational Societies
PENSA - The centre of excellence
PENSA - The hope of glory.
PENTECOST STUDENTS AND ASSOCIATES (PENSA)
PENSA is a Christian faith-based student’s group that seeks to mobilize, equip and empower emerging leaders to influence society with Godly values and principles. Members of this group mainly worship with the Church of Pentecost and other charismatic churches including ICGC, Action Chapel, among others. We help teach spirituality and morality to students. We teach and preach the undiluted word of God.
If you are a Christian and hoping to develop your faith, or just curious or have unanswered questions regarding life, purpose, or faith – then you are in the right place. We are a community of Christian students and associates that offer a truly holistic life experience on campus.
CATHOLIC AND ANGLICAN STUDENTS' UNION (CASU)
The Catholic and Anglican Students Union is a denomination which seeks to bring together all Catholic and Anglican Students into an environment where our similar faith and doctrines are practiced. Our main objective is to help each other learn and grow in our faith and draw closer to God.
GHANA MUSLIMS STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION (GMSA)
In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful, all praises are due to Allah, the Lord of the Universe. Through the tireless efforts of our hardworking patrons and executives, the EBENEZER Muslim Students Association has thrived over the years, fulfiling our guiding goals and mission. Through our regular meetings, member participation in prayer meetings and teachings have tremendously improved.
inshallah (if Allah wills it), we shall continually do greater works and continue to play our role as an association.
GHANA UNITED NATIONS STUDENT AND YOUTH ASSOCIATION (GUNSA)
The Ghana United Nations Students and Youth Association (GUNSA) is a non-governmental students and youth association. It was founded in 1963 under the UN division of Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Mission: GUNSA works with local and international partners to empower young people to develop their knowledge and skills to adopt positive attitudes needed for change in behavior. GUNSA does this by incorporating Information, Education and Communication (IE&C) programs and activities for in-school and out-of-school youth in Ghana.
The branch on campus subscribes to all the above.