The College provides limited accommodation for students in the following hostels:- Goni Hall, A.V Blocks, Queen Amina Hall (female hostel), and “Aso Rock” Village Hostel. The policy for the allocation of rooms by the Student Affairs Officer is on “first come, first served basis”. However, concession is given to foreign students and the disabled students. Those who are allocated hostel accommodation are advised to collect a copy of the rules and regulations guiding hostel accommodation from the Student Affairs Office and to adhere strictly to them.
Due to shortage of Hostel Accommodation, Pre-ND and Certificate students are not eligible for hostel accommodation. Students are expected to pay an accommodation fee which will be determined by the Management of College. A hostel is a centre of community life. All resident students are expected to contribute their quota to make a happy home. Each student is also required to exercise the greatest discretion and self discipline in relation to other students, authority and staff, as well as the general public.
Students can also rent accommodation at KVom town which borders the College. For further details see the Student Affairs Officer.
Sports and Games are very important in order to prepare the students physically, mentally, morally and socially. As a result of this, the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) thought it wise to include it in the College curriculum. This goes a long way to buttress the saying that “ALL WORK AND NO PLAY MAKES JACK A DULL BOY.”
The College has facilities for Football, Volleyball, Table tennis, Basketball and Badminton. Students are generally advised to make positive use of their leisure to participate in Sports in order to keep the body and mind together.
The College presently has a Students’ Clinic at the Queen Amina hostel. There is also a dispensary of the Jos South Local Government and FCVMLT Clinic within the College premises. There are also private clinics in Kaduna Vom, village, e.g Mandela Clinic and Tega Medical Centre. However, serious cases are referred to Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH) Jos, and Vom Christian Hospital. The hospital bills in all cases are settled by the individual students.
There is a Post Office within the National Veterinary Research Institute (NVRI), Vom premises, Cyber Café and GSM Services are available within the College.