Students are accommodated in hostels at the College campus; however students are free to find their own accommodation off campus. Students who are interested in the College accommodation should contact the Dean of Students who is responsible for arrangement of such accommodation. Students accommodated in the College hostels are required to pay accommodation fees at an approved rate as should be written in the admission form.
Since Tanzania is a secular state, therefore students have complete freedom of religious worships as long as it is intended to promote well-being of the students and encourage positive religious values.
Cafeteria Services (Food Services)
On the campus the College has commercialized food providers. Students are required to pay for their meals or cook for themselves. The College has a specified building where by students who wish to cook their own food are supposed to use and therefore students are NOT allowed to prepare meals in the College Hostels.
Sports and Recreation
The College provides facilities and opportunities for a wide range of sports, games and recreations. These include playgrounds for football, netball and volleyball. Other activities include clubs, social activities, music festival, tours and cultural events to mention just a few.
Students’ Organization, Societies and Clubs
There shall be a students’ organisation of the College which shall be known by such name Musoma Utalii College Students’ Organisation (SSPCSO) as may be agreed upon its members of which all students are automatically members by registration and be approved by the College Governing Board and published in the College Prospectus. The SSPC functions are under the mentorship of the office of the Deputy College Principal. The organisation contributes in decision making on matters that affect students’ welfare, social activities, sports, games and entertainment. Main aims of SSPCSO includes: