We’re committed to making USA a great place to study, work and live.
This section of our website is designed to provide you with the resources and information you need to make the most of your time at the school. If there’s anything you’d like to see here, please let the Student Services Officer know.
USA students enjoy a wide range of extra-curricular activities and events, which help make the institution a great place in which to live, study and work.
Students do not need to suffer victimization from a fellow student or staff of the institution (Teaching or Non-Teaching)
The Institution encourages sporting activities to promote the physical wellbeing of students. Several school sports teams participate in local and national competition events, and new members are always welcome.
USA encourages the production of student publications, with support and guidance available from the Public Relation Officer (PRO).
Social and Cultural Activities
Students are encouraged to organise social and cultural events, and to participate in events organised by other institutions of higher education in the country.
Tours and Excursion
The Institution arrange a trip within or outside the country for all student during the programme as a way of exposure to the Tourism industry.
The USA Student Council is a body formed by students under the guidance and supervision of the Public Relation Officer. Members of the Student Council are elected by the students of USA during the students orientation/matriculation programme.
The Student Council operates under the direct supervision of the Public Relation Office and has its own President, Vice-President and Secretary/PRO.
Roles and Responsibilities
The Student Council is an unbiased and impartial body. It follows a non-discrimatory policy and ensures that students of USA enjoy equal treatment and opportunity irrespective of gender, race, colour, religion, physical ability or economic status.
The council is given a faculty member to act as its advisor. The faculty member will assist the Council in developing plans for activities and give guidance when needed to ensure that such activities do not clash with the goals of the institution.
The institution has an on-campus first-aid material to cater for emergency health issues of students. For serious injuries or emergencies requiring hospital treatment, an ambulance will be called to transfer the student to a suitable hospital. The expenses incurred for ambulance and hospital treatment will be borne by the student.
This programme is implemented by the Public Relations Officer with the objective of enhancing chances of employment for USA graduates. This is achieved by offering one-to-one guidance and providing useful information on the job market.
The PRO will also assist in developing contacts with established companies and share appropriate information related to job opportunities with graduating students.
Students and alumni are encouraged to take advantage of the available career counseling opportunities and to actively participate in the Career Development programme. They are also advised to attend the regular workshops arranged by the PRO that address job search strategies, resumé writing, interview techniques, and networking.
In general, The school assists some students by fixing them for industrial attachment in various travel organizations which could lead to permanent jobs, depending on student’s performance during the Industrial Attachment.
The Information Technology (IT) Department provides computer-related services and support to students, faculty and staff.
Services provided include wireless and local area networks, online resources and instructional, technical and administrative services. IT resources are available from 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM