A three-member delegation from the International Youth Fellowship (IYF) has met the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah, at his office. The visit, led by Rev. Ban Young Sun, was to seek collaboration with the University to promote “Mind Education”. Rev. Sun said through the collaboration between IYF and the University, the course would help solve challenges the youth face whilst growing and also raise their future talents. Receiving the delegation, Prof. Ampiah said Mind Education could be introduced as a liberal course in the University. To achieve this, the Vice-Chancellor outlined the formal procedures to the delegation, saying “you need to submit a proposal, and then we sign a Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) and then we see how we can implement the MoU, and we will have to set up a committee on the side of the University, when we identify the department, and a committee on the side of IYF and then they sit down to look at it.” International Youth Fellowship (IYF), established in 2011, is a Christian-based global youth initiative of International Youth Fellowship Educational Foundation (IYFEF), a non-profit organization in the state of New York. IYF is dedicated to the spiritual, intellectual, and emotional growth of young people around the world. Present at the meeting was the Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Prof. George K. T. Oduro