University Vice-Chancellor Barnabus Nawangwe said many students find it hard to collect their transcripts from the senate.
EDUCATION | MAKERERE
In a bid to ease service delivery, the management of Makerere University has decided to decentralise the issuance of academic transcripts.
University Vice-Chancellor Barnabus Nawangwe said many students have been finding it hard to collect their transcripts from the senate, something which has resulted into many of them losing out on prospective jobs.
Nawangwe said starting next month, the academic registrar will be charged with sending students' transcripts to their respective colleges, so they can easily pick them.
He said also the verification exercise of students' results was finalised and they have resumed issuing transcripts to all students who graduated at the beginning of this year.
According to him, the university has embarked on designing a new result management system.
Nawangwe said the university's management has set up a college review committee, headed by Prof. John David Kabaasa, to assist them evaluate and improve the college system at the university, which he says still has challenges.