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HALLS OF RESIDENCE IN UCC.

VALCO HALL OF RESIDENCE

Being one of Ghana’s foremost Universities, University of Cape Coast has numerous applications from prospective students, both home and abroad hence the need for halls of residence.

University of Cape Coast has six halls of residence to enable regular students, especially first year students to feel at home.

Each and every student is connected to one of these halls. Hostel facilities are also available for non resident students, especially continuing students.

Like every university, most of the hostels are owned by private people or companies while some are owned by the university.

There are self-contained rooms, rooms using shared facilities like washrooms, study rooms, kitchen, et cetera.

There are rooms where the number of people occupying it determines how much you will pay.

The occupancies vary. There are four in a room, three in a room, two in a room or one person in a room.

Your budget and gender depends on which halls or hostels you will get.

The following are the list of halls of  residence available.

ADEHYE HALL OF RESIDENCE
HALLS OF RESIDENCE GENDERLOCATION 
Kwame Nkrumah HallSingle sex (Male)Northern Campus
Casley Hayford HallSingle Sex (Male)Northern Campus
Adehye HallSingle Sex (Female) Southern Campus 
Oguaa HallMixed sexSouthern Campus
Atlantic HallMixed sexSouthern Campus 
Valco HallMixed sexNorthern Campus

Just in case, you couldn’t register on time hence missed the halls of residence or you love your privacy, below are some hostels accommodations you can check into.

HOSTELSLOCATION 
Adoration HomeCape Coast near Ayensu Road
Ayensu PlazaCape Coast near Ayensu Road
Edi-Bee. HostelCape Coast near Valco Hall
Baduwa HostelCape Coast
Oye InnCape Coast

KWAME NKRUMAH HALL OF RESIDENCE
Alumni HostelCape Coast 
UCC Superannuation HostelCape Coast
SSNIT HostelCape Coast
SRC HallCape Coast
NEST HostelCape Coast
Success CityCape Coast
Sterna HostelCape Coast
JODOK HostelCape Coast

CASELY HAYFORD HALL

If you got value from this, don’t forget to stay tuned to our blog for further information and contents about the University of Cape Coast.

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