Honours College Students have a residential complex specifically meant to provide an environment of nurturing and learning for the students enrolled. The whole intention is to facilitate the mentorship and discipleship programme that is designed as part of the learning process for the Honours College Students. Therefore, the residential component of the Honours College Programme is such that; Honours College entrants will be accommodated in Josephine Tucker (females) and Winfred Brown (males). We plan to coordinate with the Uganda Studies Program to fill these halls to capacity. However, if in any given semester, we cannot fill the slots availed to us, the DOSA’s office is still to have the authority to allocate students to fill any vacancies. Further still, Students in their 2nd year of the Leadership Programme are accommodated in Nsibambi and Sabiti Halls, not as a group but among the rest of the other students. This will enable them apply the skills acquired in their 1st year thus realizing the intended impact on the rest of the students’ community.