South Centre finds new home
04 Sep 2017 | Campus News
Students at the USC South Center can now have access to more facilities and programmes as a result of the Center’s recent relocation. On September 4, 2017, the Center will open its doors at #71 Leotard Street, San Fernando, to hundreds of students.
Assistant Director of the South Center, Mrs Beverly Khan-Alexis highlighted that the centre’s growing need for larger classrooms and other facilities was the driving force behind the move from its previous location on High Street in San Fernando. She confirmed that the new location will provide increased classroom space and more amenities.
Ms Usha Ramlakhan, Director of the Center said students can now look forward to a Chapel session, more social activities, clinical lab space for nursing students and a dedicated car park.
The South Center has a student population of approximately 350.
Behavioral Science, Psychology, Social Work and Nursing programmes can all be completed at the Center. A student desirous of pursuing other degrees offered at USC also has the option of completing their first two years in the south before transferring to the main campus.