The program, which was part of their 65th hall week celebrations, was to enable the students to check and know their health status by testing for HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B and Blood Grouping, Body Mass Index (BMI).
The JCR President of the hall, Mr Sylvester Nelson Dadzie said the objective for the program was to enable the students to take advantage of the JCR Week celebration to know their health conditions.
He explained that students hardly go to the hospital to check their health status and the health screening provided the opportunity to them to know about their health conditions.
"It's a good initiative. Students really don't go to the hospital to check on their health which is necessary. So we decided to do that in order to help students who have not checked their health condition for a while," he said in an interview with GhCampus.com.
The exercise recorded high turnouts with over 600 students participating at the end of the day.
By way of advice, he urged all students to check the way they eat, when and how to eat in order not to face any health complications, and also to visit the hospital to check on their health regularly.
The hall week celebrations continue today [Wednesday, 22nd March, 2017] with their boxing night. He entreats students to be part of this program to have fun.
Check program for this year's Legon Hall Week Celebrations: