South University Campuses
South University's campuses are located in:
- South University, Austin (Round Rock, TX)
- South University, Columbia (Columbia, SC)
- South University, High Point Learning Site (High Point, NC)
- South University, Montgomery (Montgomery, AL)
- South University, Richmond (Glen Allen, VA)
- South University, Virginia Beach (Virginia Beach, VA)
For all the campuses listed above; On-campus classes are offered days, evenings, and Saturdays and online 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Class schedules vary according to individual programs of study and by campus.
Campus facilities include faculty offices, lecture classrooms, and labs. To enhance South University's progressive learning environment, campuses are equipped with technology including wireless network, multiple student computer labs featuring Mac and PC work stations, and "smart" classrooms with remote A/V technology. On all its campuses, the University also provides amenities, including a bookstore for the purchase of textbooks and supplies, as well as a student lounge with vending machines.
Campus libraries provide scholarly resources and information services to support the curricula and programs of the University, foster academic and professional research by the University community, and facilitate critical thinking and lifelong learning by students. Library facilities offer comfortable seating and study space for students, wireless capabilities for laptop network connectivity, and reference and interlibrary loan services. Open-stack book collections provide access to reference and circulating materials, and program-specific resources to support class assignments. In addition, all authorized students and faculty have 24/7 access, on and off campus, to the University's online library portal with more than 60 databases in all disciplines, along with more than 50,000 digital textbooks, video clips, images, and full-text dissertations. On all its campuses, South University strives to create a comfortable atmosphere that supports and enhances student learning experiences. Faculty members serve as academic advisors to help students meet their individual goals for graduation. In addition, staff members are attuned to students needs outside the classroom. An annual Student Services survey is circulated to the student body on each campus. Students' responses to questions about the quality of campus services, activities, and amenities help the University administration address issues and prioritize concerns raised by students.