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Support Services


The College is not responsible for providing its students with accommodation. Admission to the University does not entitle any student at any time to the University accommodation. Places in the Halls of Residence shall be allocated to students in accordance with policy determined for the purpose from time to time by the Residence Committee of the Academic Board. The current policy of the University is to grant residential status to all first year undergraduate students.

Information Communication Technology

The College has Internet facilities in most Departments. There are a number of ICT facilities and installations all over campus and its neighbouring suburbs. All the six halls on campus have wi-fi installations   that enable residents to have easy access to the internet in the comfort of their rooms and halls.
The university boasts of a network of ICT systems. There are ICT centres located at various spots around campus. These are to aid students in their academic work. Also located at the Colleges of Science and Engineering are the very first Tech Hub in the sub-region and a fast speed Vodafone Internet Cafe, respectively. There are a number of internet hotspots too around campus where one can easily get access to the internet.

Student Health Services

On entry and during registration, students are to undergo a free obligatory Medical Examination at the University Hospital where they will register for their Health care for the period of their entire study at the University.