Students are assigned to a faculty member for academic advice Year 1, 2 and 3-4 concerning study skills, time management, goal setting, values and other adjustment challenges. In addition, the Registrar will provide guidance for students regarding their course of study.
Counselling Services are available by arrangement with a professional counsellor. Students may access this service either directly or through the office of the Vice President, Student Affairs. Students are required to bear the cost of this service. The Vice President, Student Affairs is also available to help students address personal and social problems.
On-Campus accommodation is available for single students in two (2) dormitories, male and female respectively. Accommodation for married students is provided upon request.
Non-residential students are responsible for their own accommodation arrangements.
Facilities are made available for residential students to prepare their own meals where necessary.