Alafua Campus - Alafua Campus
The Alafua Campus was originally the South Pacific Regional College of Tropical Agriculture, established with New Zealand Assistance in the early 1960s under the Colombo Plan.
In 1977, the Government of Samoa leased the campus to The University of the South Pacific (USP).
Since 1977 Alafua Campus was the Agricultural Campus of the University, with the School of Agriculture (SOA) now School of Agriculture and Food Technology(SAFT) and the Institute for Research, Extension and Training in Agriculture (IRETA) being the only units operating out of Alafua Campus....read more
Samoa Graduation 2013
This year saw the Universityís 20th Chancellor, His Majesty King Tupou VI of Tonga confer certificates, diplomas and degrees to 109 students at The University of the South Pacificís SAMOA GRADUATION on Friday, 13 December, 2013....read more
97 graduate from Alafua campus
Graduation Picture Gallery