A students’ exposition was held at C. A. Ackah complex on 2nd May, 2017 on the Theme “Promoting Students’ Creativity and Innovation”. The main objective of the Students’ Expo was to create a platform for graduate students of the IEPA to showcase their original work to members of the University Community and the general public and demonstrate the results of student research, scholarship and creative activities inside and outside of the classroom as part of their assessment for two courses : Contemporary issues in Higher Administration and Student Personnel Services. Five student groups in all presented their projects on the following topics Group 1: Graduate Assistantship, Group 2: Empowering floor reps in the halls of residence, Group 3: Conducive environment for differently abled people, Group 4: Special students’ population: Pregnant students and students from foster homes, and Group 5: Academic advising. At the end of the exhibition Group 1: Graduate Assistantship and Group 3: Conducive environment for differently abled people tied to take the first position. The occasion was graced by the Pro Vice Chancellor (Prof George Oduro), the Provost of the College of Education Studies (Prof. Eric Wilmot), Dean, School of Educational Outreach and Development (Professor Ernest Davis), Vice-Dean of the School of Graduate Studies (Prof. Kankam Buadu). The head of Teaching Support (Dr. Douglas Agyei), a representative from the Guidance and Counselling Unit as well as the Vice-President of GRASAG were present. The IEPA intends to make this a yearly event and hope that more faculty members and graduate students will be able to participate.