The decision, according to the Dean of Students of the university, Professor Godfred Alufar Bokpin, is occasioned by the difficulties brought to learning and teaching due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus.

Halls Of Residence/Hostels On the University of Ghana Campus

After gaining admission to University of Ghana, the next thinh to think about is accomodation.

The University believes in community living as an essential part of student life. It is therefore primarily residential, providing accommodation in Halls of Residence for both under-graduate and post-graduate students as well as flats and guest rooms for senior members and guests. There are 13 halls of residence and 2 hostels (available to all students).

Each Hall has a kitchen and a dining hall to cater for students‟ feeding. Chapels
and a mosque are also available for use by various religious denominations. The halls and hostels are as follows:


University Halls

Legon Hall
Akuafo Hall
Commonwealth Hall
Volta Hall
Mensah Sarbah Hall
Jubilee Hall
HillaLimann Hall
alexander AdumKwapong Hall
Jean Nelson Aka Hall
Elizabeth Frances Sey Hall
International Students’ Hostel

Private Hostels

African Union Hall [Ghana Hostels Limited]
James Topp Nelson Yankah Hall [TF Hostel]
United Nations Hall [Evandy Hostel]
Bani Hostel

Graduate Halls

Valco Trust Hostel

Click here to download the schedule of residential fees for the 2020/2021 academic year

NOTE: All Ghanaian fresh students who will be admitted into residence will make an additional payment of GH¢100.00 as a levy for Generator.

Accra City Campus students cannot apply for halls but can apply for private hostel.

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