Student hostel accommodation is available for about 334 students on a non shared and shared occupancy basis. Rooms are allocated to students on a first-come first-serve basis. For those who are not accommodated on campus, accommodation could be secured either in Moshi municipality (approximately 14 km from the College) or at Mweka and Sungu villages adjacent to the College. Public transport between Mweka and Moshi is not very reliable but students staying off campus can organize themselves and arrange for transport from Moshi on terms to be decided by a group of students and the owner of the transport facility.

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FOR NEW APPLICANTS! Thank you for your interest to join in MWEKA. Currently, our application window is closed for admission in this academic year 2018/2019. Please check back again at our website for any updates. For any inquiries, you may contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

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