The student Union government is the repetitive Student government of the College. All registered students are members of the Union by payment of annual subscription, which is paid directly to the union.
The federal government policy upholds that student unionism is voluntary. As a result, a student may opt out of the union in writing to the Students' Affairs Office.
The union serves as an effective means of training in mature Leadership and as a channel of coordination student's involvement in the management of the College. The governing body is the Student Representative Council.
In an attempt by the College to provide education outside the classroom, the College allows the students to organize themselves into and join organization, which contributes to the academic cultural, recreational and social life of the College.
The College allows such organization to sponsor such activities as Lectures, Panel Discussions, Symposia, Seminars, Parties, Perceptions, Dances, Excursion Trips, Exhibitions, Drama, and Musical Programmers. As a rule, the College does not: encourage or recognize any students' organization, which in its membership discriminate on account of race, sex or religion.
The College categorizes student’s organizations into 2;
This category include;
They must be duly registered and formally recognized before they must be entitled to undertake any activity in the campus. Although they shall be entitled to appropriate privileges, they may not receive special services or support from the College.
In this category are organizations that are the authority such organization includes:
The followings must submitted for registration:
It is an offence against the College regulation as well as decree 47 (1989) of Nigeria to belong to any secret cult on campus.
All Students' publication is to be undertaken by the student under minimum control or assistance by the College authority
Although the College is a public non-sectarian institution, facilities are provided for members of the College community to observe their religious faith. There are two recognized religious association -Christianity and Islam. There is a central Chapel and a Mosque on the College campus for the respective religious groups.
These places of worships are open all day for use. Religious worshiping is not permitted in any of the lecture rooms during the official teaching periods.
The College of health technology Offa, has two locations for hall These can accommodate few students. The approach is first come first served. Construction more Halls of Residence is underway. The Hall Master/Warden shall make available to all inmates that regulations and living arrangement in these halls of residence.
The student union Government with the co-operation of the authority and the Students, Affairs Office may from time to time arrange for welfare package(s) for the entire student body. This however must be acceptable to the generality of the students and be devoid of exploitation.
The College has a standing Committee on sports Students are encourage to register with the Committee for their games / sports of choice or preference. The goal is to create opportunities for students to engage themselves in useful recreation that would contribute positively to their individual health and enhance inter personal relationship. It is the duty of the sports committee to coordinate the sporting activities of the Students.