1. GOVERNMENT SPONSORED
a) Automatic Accommodation
A’Level entrants offered the following programmes may be accommodated in the Halls of Residence to which they are attached as indicated on the admission letter. Eligible students not willing to take up the offer should inform the Dean of Students in writing.
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b) Non Residents
The rest of the students, including all those admitted through Diploma and Mature Age entry schemes (irrespective of programmes offered) shall be Non-Residents and eligible for Food and Living out allowance.
c) Change to Private Programmes
Students admitted on Government Sponsorship but who choose to take up alternative study programmes under private sponsorship shall lose all government-related benefits and should not claim for any.
d) Students Admitted Under Disability Scheme
Students in the above scheme may be resident in the Halls of attachment indicated on their admission letters, irrespective of the programmes offered.
e) Students Admitted Under Sports & District Quota Schemes
Students admitted under these categories will be treated as in 1(a) and (b) above, subject to availability of bed space by the time their admission is finalized.
2. CHANGE OF HALLS OF ATTACHMENT:
this is PROHIBITED except where Gender was mixed up i.e. Female allocated to Male Halls of Residence or vice versa.
3. PRIVATELY SPONSORED STUDENTS
a. A few bed spaces have been reserved for privately sponsored students. Accommodation arrangements for privately sponsored students shall be communicated after their admissions.
b. Privately sponsored students granted permission to reside in Halls of Residence shall pay for meals at the nearest Food Court. Ther are six Food Courts located in Africa, Nkrumah/Nsibirwa, University Hall, Mary Stuart, Galloway House and Kabanyolo Hostel.
DEAN OF STUDENTS