Student Affairs Office


In partnership with the ODP-SDEM, the Student Affairs Office (SAO) assists students with any problem they might face throughout their academic journey with respect to USEK bylaws and regulations.
The SAO’s well-trained team develops and implements quality ethical programs and services that empower all USEK students to overcome obstacles, encourage their team spirit engagement outside of the classroom, amplify the institutional learning outcomes in innovation and creativity, and impact their lifelong learnings, personal development, and growth. 


The SAO strives to become the office that defends the students’ voice and ensure a safe environment for their well-being, while increasing their sense of belonging during their educational journey at USEK and beyond.
Our team provides a full range of help and support available to all students.

The Student Affairs Office (SAO) services for students:
  • Link students to departments and schools
  • Latest announcements and news
  • Advisory services related to policies and procedures
  • Petitions
  • Student Support Center
  • University residence
  • On-campus student jobs
  • StEER-LEB support
  • Orientation sessions for newcomers
  • Social and cultural activities

Welcome to the Student Support Center (SSC).

Need guidance? We are ready to help.
The Student Support Centre is a one-stop shop for information run by a specialist team dedicated to assisting you with any questions you might have throughout your time at USEK.

How can we help you?
  • If you need general information about USEK opening hours, contacts, schools/Faculty, etc., we can give you that information.
  • If you have a question or request but do not know who to ask, just let us know and we will find out whom you should contact.
  • We can connect you with the right student support office for a particular issue.

Visit our dedicated team at the Student Support Center office on campus or contact us at
Everything you need to know about our student job program.


The Student Job Program gives students the chance to get valuable work experience on campus and a reduction in tuition fees.

Students can work up to 15 hours a week for administrative and academic units depending on the job position and availability.

Eligible Students

Undergraduate and graduate students who have completed at least one semester at USEK.

Non-eligible Students

  • First semester students
  • Postgraduate students
  • Students on probation
  • Students subject to disciplinary action before the Disciplinary Council
  • Students with a negative performance review from their supervisor or the SAO

Worksheet and Reduction

Students submit their working hours online daily.
The supervisor validates the hours on the worksheet system.

To apply

To apply, contact us at
Your home away from home.


The University Residence at USEK opened in November 2007 and is run by nuns of St. Theresa’s Order. It offers self-catering accommodation with single, double, or triple rooms that are modern, affordable, comfortable, and spacious.

The residence is specifically designed with multiple private and common spaces for studying, relaxing, and socializing to make sure you feel happy and safe during your time at USEK.


The University Residence is on the north-eastern side of the campus, close to conference and lecture halls, the Library, the Sports Department, the University cafeteria, and beautiful award-winning green spaces.

Access and opening hours

You will be issued an electronic pass card/e-wallet to access the residence and open security doors.
The residence is open every day from 6:30 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.

Description of hall of residence

The rooms
The University Residence can accommodate up to 168 students over six floors. There is a shared kitchen on each floor.

Rental options and prices

Reserve a room

Reservation form
Kindly note, rooms at the University Residence are in high demand, and it is better to reserve a place sooner rather than later. Once at full capacity, other students wanting a room will go on a waiting list. Priority will go to full-time female students at USEK, whose main residence is far away from the University.

If you need any more information, please contact or call +961 9 600 280

Payment of fees
You will need to pay a deposit of a month's rent to secure the accommodation. Subsequently, rent should be settled on campus at the accounting desk in the SAO on the 10th of every month. If you are an exchange student, you can wire your rent. Please ask the SAO front desk for more instructions. Your deposit will be returned at the end of your stay.
  • Link students to departments and schools
  • Latest announcements and news
  • Advisory services related to policies and procedures
  • Petitions
  • Student Support Center
  • First-aid services/Infirmary
  • Hall of residence
  • On-campus student jobs
  • StEER-LEB Support
  • StEER-LEB MOOC modules
  • StEER-LEB Student Development Center
  • StEER-LEB Structure
  • Orientation sessions for newcomers
  • Sports Department
  • Social and cultural activities
  • Lost and found objects

    Peggy Maalouf
    Sandrine Saliba    
Student Life Supervisor
  Sabine Rached    
Student Life Coordinator
    Melissa Abdel Samad
Senior Student Life Specialist
    Rami Aidamouni    
Student Development Supervisor
    Vanessa Kassabian
Student Development Officer
    Yara El Kai
Student Life Officer

Opening hours:
Mondays to Fridays, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (closed on USEK holidays)

Tel.: (+961) 9 600 280
Campus: Building AC, Ground Floor
Our Sports Department offers a range of sports activities, events, and programs throughout the year for students and staff.


The Sports Department works to promote a healthy body and mind throughout your time at USEK, offering you opportunities to participate in sports for fun and exercise or as part of a university team – a great way to enjoy competitive sport and make new friends on campus.

We have expert trainers who can offer you advice on training programs and personal wellness issues.

Sports activities and facilities: Students have access to the following facilities:

Sports credit in the general requirements program - everyone’s favorite class
Sign up for a sport and earn credit. The Sports Department offers one-credit sports courses as part of the general requirements program. Your assessment is based on participation, progress in the sport, and knowledge and understanding of the rules and strategies of the sport.


The Sports Department, in partnership with the Student Affairs Office (SAO), provides an inclusive and engaging sports program that fosters physical wellness, sportsmanship, teamwork, and leadership skills for our students, while upholding USEK values and contributing to the overall well-being of our community. Through our diverse range of sports offerings, we aim to cultivate a lifelong passion for physical activity and healthy living, promote fair play, and develop well-rounded individuals who can excel both on and off the field.


The SAO envisions a Sports Department that is renowned for its excellent quality facilities and coaching staff to maximize the achievements of our teams and individual athletes. We aim to create a culture of innovation, creativity, and continuous improvement, with a view to graduating athletic leaders who will further shine in their chosen fields of study and make a positive impact in the world.

University teams

Our teams are coached by experienced trainers, and our students are often selected for national university teams. If you are selected to play for one of our national teams, you will benefit from reduced fees for the academic year.

Contact us

Interested in finding out more about our facilities, training programs and university teams?
E-mail us at

Welcome to the Student Support Center.

We work together with all the student support offices to assist students with a full range of help and support from first inquiry to graduation.

  • Organize the flow of internal/external inquiries and requests received by email and refer pending matters to the student support office(s) concerned.
  • Provide remote support in rechanneling requests to the proper student service office.
  • Guide students to the student support office/unit best qualified to answer their queries.
  • Help students address issues that do not fall within the scope of any other student support office/unit.
  • Assist students with complex problem resolution, in particular questions or concerns that involve multiple University units simultaneously.
  • Provide students with general information regarding the University (opening hours, contact information, list of schools/faculty, etc.).

Contact our dedicated team at the Student Support Center for help at
Holy Spirit University of Kaslik
Tel.: (+961) 9 600 000
Fax : (+961) 9 600 100
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