The College has five hundred and thirty (530) beds on campus

Most of the accommodation is on sharing basis, but both male and female students have different blocks. There are only three hostel blocks which collectively can accommodate one hundred and sixty-five (165) students on a non-sharing basis. One wing is for female students while the other is for male students. However the rooms are reserved for final year BSc students. The Dean of Students may allocate any other deserving student on the recommendation of a medical practitioner a single room.

Each of the blocks has a common room where students can relax and watch TV or play one of the several in-door sporting activities. The hostel wardens are meant to be an extension of the Dean of Student Affairs services to the students. They stay on campus near the hostels in order that they may attend to the general student needs. They have their initial substantive jobs but have volunteered to assist in the student affairs.