Living in one of the residence halls at the University of the Southern Caribbean is an important component of a student’s total learning and personal growth experience. It provides a unique opportunity for students to participate in campus life to the fullest. Residence hall living provides both opportunities and challenges for each resident student; however, the experience allows for the formation of friendships that last a lifetime.
The University is responsible under immigration regulations for housing all international students who come to Trinidad to pursue studies.
Residence halls are available for males, females and married couples at USC. The following accommodation options are available.
Female residence Halls
Residence: Linda Austin Hall and Annex. Location: South campus beyond the Food Services (Cafeteria) building. Living Arrangement: Two to four students per room.
Residence: Ladies Extension Dorm 1 & 2. Location: A short walk from campus in Maracas Gardens. Living arrangement: Two to four students per room.
Male residence halls
Residence: Timothy Greaves Hall for Men. Location: Central campus between the Science Complex and the Library. Living arrangement: Two to three students per room.
Residence Married Students Complex. Location: In the western point of the main campus. Living arrangement: semi furnished two-bedroom Apartment.
CONNECT WITH USC
The University of the Southern Caribbean is a Seventh-day Adventist institution of higher education.