TANO HALL
This is the only all – female hall in the polytechnic. It was first occupied by students in November 1967 under the Ghana Education Service to start with the training of students in Technical courses. The present members of the hall are known as ‘Ladies.”  The hall has 19 inhabitable rooms and presently the total students’ population is 169. Facilities in the Hall include a junior common room, a valley ball pitch, a basket ball court,a football park which about 100 meters away from the hall, and a kitchen which is 50 meters away from the hall that serves food.
Hall Tutor: Miss Constance Asana Saaka
Senior Tutor: Mr. Samuel  Abeka-Donkor
 
BUSIA HALL
Busia Hall is a mixed hall with 187 students in the Main and 163 students in the Annex block. It was the first dormitory used when the polytechnic was a technical institute.  Busia Hall was named to commemorate Professor Kofi Abrefa Busia, (former Prime Minister in the Second Republic) when the school was upgraded to polytechnic status. Facilities include a Junior common Room, a mini basket ball court, a standard football pitch and a kitchen that serves food to students. These facilities are 50 meters away from the hall
Hall Tutorr: Mr A .K Gyima
Senior tutor: Mr. Samuel  Abeka-Donkor

COCOA HALL
Cocoa Hall, also known as” Unity Hall”, is a mixed hall with about 383 students. The Hall was originally owned by the defunct State Construction Corporation (S.C.C.). When the polytechnic took over the premises in 2002, it was named the Cocoa Hall.
Hall Tutor: Mr Alfred Nii Martey
Senior Tutor: Mr. Samuel  Abeka-Donkor
 
GETFUND HOSTEL
Getfund hostel is a mixed hostel with modern facilities and original accommodation capacity of 88 rooms. It currently has a student population of 448. Facilities include junior common room, a salon, a barbering shop, a boutique shop and a mini basket ball court. It also boasts of a football pitch and a kitchen that serves food to students.
Hall Tutor: Owusu Bempa