List of University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) Alumni
UHAS Alumni are men and women who have completed their studies in the institution.
This idea of the Alumni Association was conceived when it was considered necessary to create an organization that would embrace different generations of the University. The body was expected to play a dominant role in the life of the University by reflecting the views of its graduates.
What is Alumni
Alumni is a former pupil or student, especially a male one, of a particular school, college, or university.
Among those affiliated with formal associations, nearly two-fifths (39%) reported membership in alumni associations.
Alumni can be used to refer to men only, and in that case alumnae is used to refer to women only, but more often alumni is used to refer to either or both sexes where both attend the same school. The singular forms are alumnus for a man, and alumna for a woman.
List University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) Notable Alumni
Membership of the Association is open to:
a. All graduates, diploma and certificate holders of the University, predecessor and affiliated institutions as listed and recognised by the University; and
b. All other past students of institutions as listed in (a) above, deemed eligible by the Chapter Council for membership and ratified by Congress.
A member of the Association who has fulfilled the membership criteria of the Constitution, who has registered with the association, and paid all dues and levies;
A member who is not a graduate of the University but has made significant contribution to the Association or to the University and agreed upon by Council;
A full member of the Association who has made exceptional contribution to the Association or the University or to humanity may be made a Fellow of the Association by Congress upon the recommendation of the Executive Committee.
A full member’s spouse or relative shall be made an Associate, upon application by the member to his/her Chapter and upon recommendation by the Chapter based on the individual’s contributions.
Any Institution that has made exceptional contribution to the Association or the University may be made a Corporate Member of the Association by Congress upon the recommendation of the Executive Committee.