THE University of South Pacific (USP) semester two registrations have started on Monday.
A visit by this paper to the Honiara Campus yesterday witnessed more than a hundred students both new and old queuing up to do their registrations.
According to the USP calendar, the registration will be conducted for two weeks which starts yesterday and will end on the 24th of July.
Yesterday, students were seen queuing up for consultation and also undergoing both online and manual registrations as well as academic counseling.
The second week which starts on Monday 20th July is for late registration where students will be approved for late registration into courses, approval of change of courses, and approval of prerequisite waivers.
For this week alone, Monday to Wednesday was allocated for students doing preliminary, continuing education, vocational programs, foundation arts and foundation science programs.
Then on Thursday, registration will open for all students that are doing degree courses and from Friday through to Sunday, it is open for all programs and mainly the working students.
This year, USP has enrolled close to 5,000 students undertaking the different courses that it offers.
Meanwhile, the University of the South Pacific is the premier institution of higher learning for the Pacific region, uniquely placed in a region of extraordinary physical, social and economic diversity.
By RONALD FLIER TOITO’ONA