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Where a students fails to observe the rules of students’ governing use of halls of residence, the Warden and his team shall institute investigations on the respective case(s) and submit their recommendations to the Senior Proctor whose responsibility is to make the final determination (either endorse, alter or reverse the decision).

• Students are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the provisions of Ordinance 30 with reference to punishable offences

The following is a summary of offences that attract serious punitive repercussions:

1. Harbouring of squatters (i.e. sub-letting)

2. Squatting

3. Violent behavior

4. Theft

5. Damage to University property

6. Cooking in residence

7. Selling/purchase of residence

8. Disruption of studies

9. Noise

10. Consumption of alcohol

11. Duplication of keys

12. Failure to surrender keys

13. Or surrendering fake keys


To provide an environment conducive for living and learning.


To provide an environment conducive to academic pursuit to resident students through ensuring that standing rules and regulations are observed and complied with at all times.


The Student Affairs Division, through the Accommodation and Residential Services is responsible for the efficient allocation of accommodation to students in conformity with the University priority list:

1st Priority

 First Year undergraduate students whose homes are out of Harare, disabled students, foreign students, MBCHB part IV & V and BVSc part V students.

2nd Priority

Final Year undergraduate students whose homes are out of Harare, MBCHB part III and BVSc part IV students.

3rd Priority

Third Year Undergraduate students of 4—year programmes

4th Priority

Second Year Undergraduate students whose homes are out of Harare

5th Priority

Final Year students whose homes are in Harare.

6th Priority

First Year undergraduate students whose homes are in Harare.

7th Priority

 Postgraduate students whose homes are out of Harare.

In all, the University has eleven (11) halls of residence with a total carrying capacity of 6 100 students.

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