The University has an accommodation bed space capacity facility at our campus for lodging purposes.
Accommodation is mostly on a shared basis for students occupying each study room.
The University does not provide quarters for married students nor does it provide quarters for student parents with babies.
Students who are married or are parents with babies must, therefore, make arrangements for the accommodation of
their families outside the University.
The University does not guarantee accommodation for every student. This is so especially where the total student enrolment each
academic year may exceed the available hostel accommodation; not all students can be given residential accommodation on campus.
The hostels are organised into a number of Halls of Residence. Residents in each hall normally elect a student representative each
year to run the day-to-day governance and to deal with minor organisational and disciplinary problems that emanate and involve members of the hall.
Halls of Residence are manned by Dean of Students staff where complaints and concerns of students are lodged for action and attention.
All students are encouraged to cultivate a culture of being courteous, respectful to all stakeholders in the University. Stakeholders include visitors, University
staff and other students. All students are expected at all times, while resident in the Halls of Residence or within the
University vicinity to exhibit maturity, soberness, practice good mannerism to promote good living community tenets.