There are six Halls of Residence located on the University of Cape Coast campus. Every student is affiliated to one of these halls.
According to the University’s accommodation policy, first-year students are guaranteed places in the Halls of Residence. Hostels are also available but are mostly occupied by continuing students who are not resident in the halls. A lot of these hostels are located within the campus and are generally well integrated within the university community. Some of these hostels are privately owned while others are run by the university. They come in quadruple, triple, double and single occupancies depending on one’s budget. There are self-contained rooms as well as rooms using shared facilities.
There are seven residence halls and several hosts which are listed below.
- Kwame Nkrumah Hall (male only)
- Oguaa Hall
- Adehye Hall (females only)
- Atlantic Hall
- Casley Hayford Hall (male only)
- Valco Hall
- SRC Hall
In case you missed a traditional hall accommodation or prefer a private accommodation, here are a few hostel accommodations available.
- Baduwa Hostel
- Eddy B Hostel
- Ayensu Plaza
- Oye Inn
- Adoration Home
- Sammy O