UNIABUJA Hostel Allocation For 2020/2021 Academic Session.
It is my pleasure to welcome our dear students (Returning and Freshers) to the new, 2020/2021 Academic Session.
I am also happy to announce that we have concluded all arrangements for hostel allocation.
It however bears stating that we have very limited bed spaces (a little over 6,000 from all the Nine hostels we have).
just enough to house only about 27% of our Regular Undergraduate students (there is no hostel accommodation for other categories of students).
Therefore, as usual, hostel accommodation will be strictly on first come, first served basis, and only those who have paid their school fees are eligible.
Bed spaces will be competed for online, on the University Portal.
As done last year, we will be issuing regular updates on the entire exercise, including which Faculties/Departments will be in contention at specific dates and times.
There will also be a brief explanation on what the process entails. The process is actually preceded by accepting a set of rules contained in a mandatory UNDERTAKING form,
which binds a tenant to a Code of Conduct in the hostels (for violating this Code last session, some students have been blacklisted and will not be eligible for hostel accommodation this time around).
UNIABUJA Hostel Allocation For 2020/2021 Academic Session
The hostel allocation exercise begins on Thursday, June 17, 2021 and is expected to last for 10 days.
How to book for A hostel bed space
1. Login to your portal:
2. On the left panel, click on Hostel Application
3. Pick any of the available bed space
4. After successful reservation, you are allowed to pay for the bed
space within 48 hours
5. After successful payment of hostel reservation,
print hostel payment receipt and a completed hostel form and take to Students’ Affairs Division for allocation.
Note: New hostel permanent site( main campus)-25000 naira for both make and female
Old Hostel Mini campus-10,000naira only.
Old female and male hostel permanent site(main campus) -15,000
Once again, I welcome you all to the new session and wish you a happy, safe and successful stay.
A. G. Umar Kari, Ph.D
(Dean Students’ Affairs).