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KNUST: Change of Traditional Halls Into Mixed Halls

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Information reaching Hypercitigh’s Media Générale news hub indicates that All Single Sex Halls in the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST ceases to exist starting from the 2018/2019 academic year.
All Traditional halls in the university have been converted into mixed halls in line with the university’s residential accommodation policy

An official press release from the University’s facebook page indicates that the Six (6) Traditional Halls of the university namely Unity Hall, Independence Hall, Africa Hall, University Hall, Republic Hall, Queen Elizabeth II Hall would be designated into mixed halls and its in line with university’s periodic policy review for residential accommodation for 2018/2019 Academic year.
This has come as a result of the university’s quest to expand access to female students accommodation and reiterate that the policy remains unchanged.
Source: Chris/Hypercitigh.com

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