The university does not have its own accommodation facilities; however, it provides aid to students who require boarding facilities to access safe and conducive environment for learning. The university has a list of independent accommodation service providers at negotiated monthly rates.
The university is will work with Book world bookshop were based on demand for main textbooks prescribed for various courses to be stocked and students buy from them.
The university has Wi-Fi and internet connectivity to the Library and Lecture rooms available to students all students and lecturers.
The university has provided for a student body which allows students to air their suggestions and grievances to management. A newsletter has been proposed to be launched in 2020 to aid student communication and give writing experience to mass communication and journalism students and at the same time help promote a writing and reading culture among members of the Kopaline student body.
The University has a parallel filling system that has hard and soft copy records of student enrolment data. The hard copy serves as evidence and backup systems whereas the soft copy records help quick access and retrieval of student enrolment records.