The orientation exercise, held twice annually for individuals accepted to begin a programme of study at the University of the Southern Caribbean (USC), provides information on making a successful transition into University life and also grants key information and resources to prospective students. The exercise transpired on January 2, 2018, in the Social Science auditorium, setting the platform for a new beginning for many.
University President, Dr Hilary Bowman, gave an address which underscored the difference of a USC education. “The knowledge and values that you will receive here will make you well-fitted for the workplace. That is something you can’t find anywhere else” he said, to the students and parents in attendance.
Dr Wanda Chesney, Vice President of Academic Administration encouraged the incoming students to seek guidance from our service oriented staff and faculty. “USC is concerned about progression and completion. Your journey to success; that’s what we’re concerned about.”
The orientation exercise will be followed by registration which takes place on January 3, 2018, and classes are set to begin on January 8, 2018.