KNUST Queens Hall

By | March 10, 2020

KNUST Queens Hall

KNUST Queens Hall – Check Below:
Queens Elizabeth II Hall was named in honour of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain and was officially opened in November 1959 by the Duke of Edinburgh. The Queen later visited the Hall in 1961 during her state visit to Ghana. It is co-educational and houses a student population of 840 with 294 rooms.
Members of Queen Elizabeth II Hall are usually known as “Royals”. Facilities include a modern internet cafe, Communication centre, Badminton court, Games room, A Gym, Chapel, Salon, Gift Shop, Shopping mall, kitchen that serves food etc.


KNUST Main Page |

Related Post:

See Also:

Admission Forms For Public Universities

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *