However, university management said they expected the academic programme to resume as normal.
On Friday the university had to contend with another violent strike as students barricaded roads, damaged property and disrupted lectures.
The protests, which started about a week ago, are over the poor conditions of residences including on-campus accommodation, internet connectivity, matters of academic exclusion, the shuttle services timetable, and problems with the National Student Financial Aid Scheme. The academic programme was suspended for most of last week.
Students yesterday said the protest resumed on Friday after a meeting that had allegedly been scheduled between the Department of Student Residence Affairs and the house chairs of the different residences fell through.