Residency on campus is not automatic nor is it a right, and will normally be for semesters 1 and 2. Students pursuing programmes in agriculture are given priority in the assignment of on-campus housing. Available spaces for an on-campus living are limited.
Students desirous of being considered for on-campus housing should obtain, complete and submit an application to the Directorate of Student Affairs. If housing is NOT available, students should make arrangements for their own off-campus accommodation. A list of available places may be obtained from the Directorate of Student Affairs.
Location: East Wing (Above Student Affairs Offices)
Location: Old Female Dorm
Location: West Wing
Location: New Female Dorm
Location: A Dorm
Location: B Dorm
Location: C Dorm
Location: D Dorm
The college operates two cafeterias, one on each campus, which provide cooked, nutritious meals.
A significant quantity of the food consumed in the cafeteria is produced on the college’s farm.
Students are required to adhere to the dining hall’s Code of Conduct at all times – violations will attract sanctions