All undergraduate students shall be attached to a Hall of Residence as part of their identity however, this does not automatically entitle a student to bed space in the hall of attachment indicated on their admission letter.
All students admitted through the Direct Entry Scheme to the study programmes listed below (1- 19) may be accommodated in the Halls of Residence to which they are attached as indicated on the admission letter subject to availability of bed space. Eligible students, who for very strong reasons, are not able to take up the accommodation offered to them should inform the Dean of Students in writing immediately. They should take the information to Room 214, Senate Building. The programmes are:
The following students shall be non-residents eligible to receive Living-out Allowances:
i) All Government-sponsored students admitted through DIPLOMA ENTRY SCHEME.
ii) All Government-sponsored students admitted through the MATURE AGE ENTRY SCHEME.
iii) The Government-sponsored students admitted through DIRECT ENTRY SCHEME and offering study programmes listed below:
- Bachelor of Business Administration (ADM)
- Bachelor of Agribusiness Management (AGM)
- Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Land Use & Management (BAM)
- Bachelor of Animal Production Technology & Management (BAP)
- Bachelor of Agriculture & Rural lnnovation (BAR)
- Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering (BBl)
- Bachelor of Science in Business Statistics (BBS)
- Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology (BBT)
- Bachelor of Science in Conservation Biology (BCB)
- Bachelor of Community Psychology (BCO)
- Bachelor of Arts in Drama & Film (BDF)
- Bachelor of Environmental Health Science (BEH)
- Bachelor of Science in Fisheries & Aquaculture (BFS)
- Bachelor of Science in Industrial Chemistry (BIC)
- Bachelor of Industrial & Organisational Psychology (BIP)
- Bachelor of Science in Meteorology (BMT)
- Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Geoscience & Production (BPG)
- Bachelor of Science in Population Studies (BPS)
- Bachelor of Optometry (BPT) •
- Bachelor of Science in Quantitative Economics (BQE)
- Bachelor of Records & Archives Management (BRA)
- Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences (BSB)
- Bachelor of Science in Speech & Language Therapy (BSL)
- Bachelor of Sports Science (BSP)
- Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering (BSW)
- Bachelor of Environmental Science (BVS)
- Bachelor of Cytotechnology (BYT)
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (CMP)
- Bachelor of Commerce (COE)
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (CSC)
- Bachelor of Arts in Development Economics (DEC)
- Bachelor of Arts in Economics (ECO)
- Bachelor of Arts with Education (EDA)
- Bache.lor of Science with Education- Biological (EDB)
- Bachelor of Science with Education- Physical (EDP)
- Bachelor of Science with Education- Education (EEC)
- Bachelor of Science in Horticulture (HOT)
- Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition (HUN)
- Bachelor of Information Systems & Technology (IST)
- Bachelor of Library & Information Science (LIS)
- Bachelor of Biomedical Laboratory Technology (MLT)
- Bachelor of Arts in Music (MUS)
- Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science (SAS)
- Bachelor of Science - Biological (SCB)
- Bachelor of Science in Construction (SCM)
- Bachelor of Science - Physical (SCP)
- Bachelor of Science - Economics (SEC)
- Bachelor of Science in Land Economics (SLE)
- Bachelor of Social Work & Social Administration (SOC)
- Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications Engineering (STE)
- Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Health & Management (WHM)
c) Change from Government- to Private-Sponsorship
Government-sponsored students who choose to take up alternative study programmes under private sponsorship SHALL LOSE THE GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIP AND ALL RELATED BENEFITS.
d) Students with Disability
Students with Disability may be offered accommodation in the Halls of attachment indicated on their admission letters, irrespective of the study programmes they offer, but SUBJECT TO:
- availability of bed space; and
- capacity of the students' sponsor to meet accommodation and other related costs.
(e) Students Admitted Under Sports & District Quarter Schemes:
Students admitted under these categories will be treated as in (a) and (b) above, subject to availability of bed space by the time their admission is finalized.
f) Change of Halls of Attachment:
This is strictly PROHIBITED except where Gender was mixed up.
All Privately-sponsored students are admitted as Non-Residents. Only those who apply for accommodation space and pay for it become residents.
g) Privately Sponsored Students:
Once admitted, students interested in accommodation should apply for bed space to Dean of Students in Room 214, Senate Building. They should present an application letter, a copy of the birth certificate and a school identity card. Successful applicants shall be required to pay accommodation fees to the University before taking up accommodation at their Hall of attachment.
Privately-sponsored students granted permission to reside in Halls of Residence may pay for meals at the nearest Food Court. Information about food providers shall be availed at halls of Residence later.
Students admitted to EXTERNAL PROGRAMMES are not eligible for full time accommodation in the Halls of Residence and so should not apply. They may be accommodated only during face to face and/ or examination sessions, subject to availability of bed space and payment t