Modupeola Osidipe, Deputy Registrar, Academics, confirmed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
The official disclosed that the decision was made at a meeting of the institution’s board on Thursday.
The hostels would be opened from Sunday, March 21 in line with COVID-19 prevention protocols.
The staff and students are expected to observe social distancing, hand washing, use of hand sanitisers and wearing of nose masks.
The Deputy Registrar warned against non-compliance, adding that the school would not condone disobedience.