The University's Laucala Campus has 10 Halls of Residence and 31 units for married students. A newly constructed 6 Buildings (144 beds) 10th Hall was available from 2012. Housing application forms are available below. If you have any questions, please contact us at (+679) 323 1444, or send email to halls(at)usp.ac.fj. You can also visit the Halls Office located opposite Security Control Room.
Due to the heavy demand for on-campus accommodation, preference is given to:
- Regional Undergraduate students in Year 1 of their programme - Application deadline is mid-January and students must submit the medical report form HOR.5 with their application.
- Returning then continuing regional students who made reservations - Application deadline is 30 November every year for the following year
- Year 1 undergraduate students from Fiji - Application deadline is mid-January and students must submit the medical report form HOR.5A with their application every year
- Returning residents and continuing undergraduate students from Fiji - Application deadline is 30 November for the following year
- Postgraduate Students - Application deadline is 30 November for the following year.
Students are required to fill the Accommodation Application Form HOR.1 and submit it to the Halls of Residence Office before the application deadlines.
Students that have not previously lived on campus must also submit the Medical Examination Report Form HOR.5A with their application.
For Fiji students returning residents will have priority over continuing undergraduate students. Both categories will be prioritised as follows:
- Students from outside Viti Levu
- Students from Rakiraki/Tavua/Vatukoula/Ba/Lautoka/Nadi
- Students from outside the greater Suva area
The Halls of Residence organises a variety of programmes and events designed to build students' talents and leadership skills. Our staff is committed to working with you to make your stay at USP well rounded through involvement in extra-curricular activities. Through such undertakings we also hope that you will have the chance to make long-lasting friendships.
In order to smoothen the sometimes difficult transition from high school and home, to university and campus life, the Halls separates first year students from returning students. In the first year housing special programmes and support services are provided.