The boarding facility in the university will have a capacity to accommodate 250 men and 300 women.
The university has separate accommodation for male and female students on a sharing basis to cover approx. 30% of the total enrolment with supporting facilities for reading and other activities. Our office manages on-campus, NEAU - owned and operated facilities for Graduate and Professional Students only. Our buildings provide a safe and supportive residential environment that fosters a sense of community and enhances the NEAU experience for all graduate and professional students.
The hostel shall be operated under the supervision of a Chief Warden/Warden, who shall report to the Dean of Students.
Every hostel resident shall at all times be of good behavior, maintain decorum and dignity, and observe the rules of the hostel.
Each student wishing to reside in the hostel shall apply on the prescribed form.
Allotment of accommodation in the hostel shall be the responsibility of the Chief Warden/Warden.
No guest shall be allowed to stay in the hostel during the night except with the specific permission of the Chief Warden/Warden.
All residents shall be required to vacate the hostel within 10 days of the completion of the academic session or course. Students may be permitted to occupy the hostel during the vacations.
Food services shall be arranged by the Chief Warden/Warden in the hostel.
The hostel fees and other dues shall be prescribed by the Board of Management on the recommendation of the Finance Committee. In case of non-payment of dues within the scheduled time, the hostel resident shall be liable to be expelled from the hostel.
The Chief Warden / Warden shall at all times be authorized to make visits to the hostels and check every belonging of the hostellers. Any unauthorized possession of unwarranted materials may be seized by them.
The rules and regulations for creating and maintaining safety and security and to promote the wholesome development of morality of the students, and will be communicated to the students, parents/guardians by the student services department from time to time.
Rules and regulations will be subject to amendments according to the requirement from time to time.
All students pursuing a course of study at the University shall observe the prescribed code of conduct.
Any violation of the code of conduct or breach of any rule or regulation by a student shall constitute an act of indiscipline and make him/her liable for disciplinary action.
The University will strive to create a safe and secure ambiance for the students. Hence:
Students shall not use, possess, or distribute any drugs, narcotics, alcohol, tobacco in all its forms; and other prohibited substances as may be defined from time to time. The students found violating will be subjected to disciplinary actions which might include expulsion from the campus or from the study program or both.
The University campus will be recognized as a pornography-free zone. Possession or distribution of pornographic materials will be considered a punishable offense. The students violating will be subjected to disciplinary actions as determined by the disciplinary committee.
Sexual misconduct, kidnapping, or trafficking.
Theft and robbery.
Possession of firearms and ammunition and dangerous weapons such as daggers, spears, swords.
Misbehaving in the class or university premises.
Quarreling, fighting, or abusive behavior.
Involving in ragging in any form be it physical or mental.
Any other act which a disciplinary committee may determine to be undesirable.