As you prepare for the upcoming academic year at Al-Hikmah University, it is crucial to understand the university’s policy regarding student accommodation. Here’s what you need to know about the hostel arrangements for the 2023/2024 session.
Mandatory Hostel Accommodation
Who Must Stay in University Hostels?
Compulsory Residence: If you are a new student, in your second year, or a final year student, residing in the university hostel is mandatory.
Exemption and Fees for Other Students
Hostel Exemption Fee
Non-Resident Students: If you are at a different level and unable to secure a place in the university hostel, you are required to pay a Hostel Exemption Fee of N10,000.
Approved Off-Campus Accommodation
List of Sanctioned Hostels
The Student Affairs office maintains a list of approved off-campus hostels and houses for students who are not residing on campus.
Before moving into any off-campus accommodation, ensure you:
- Pay the exemption fee.
- Collect a Clearance/Hostel Pass from the Student Affairs Office with your receipt.
Campus Entry with Pass
This pass is necessary for you to gain entry to the campus daily.
Adherence to Approved Accommodation
Unauthorized Residences: Please be aware that staying in a hostel or house, not on the approved list is prohibited.
It’s essential to follow these guidelines closely to ensure you have a hassle-free experience with your accommodation at Al-Hikmah University. If you have any questions or need further assistance, the Student Affairs Office is there to help you. Compliance with the university’s accommodation policy is not only part of the campus security measures but also a step towards ensuring a comfortable and productive academic environment for you.
All the best in your pursuit!