Excellent facilities and support services
Excellent facilities on-site
Extensive facilities and services for students include:
- 3 dedicated lecture rooms with the latest audio visual equipment.
- Software training on current hotel management programs and systems.
- New computer lab and reference library/study area; a fully functional bar/lounge area for your everyday use [and occasional SRC function]with a boardroom/tutor room/private dining room for food and beverage training.
- Regular contact with academic staff at the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management at Southern Cross University.
- View our facilities photo gallery
In addition to these facilities on-site, Hotel School students also have access to extensive resources offered by Southern Cross University, including:
- Computing resources including online support and Service Desk facilities [www.scu.edu.au/it]
- MySCU, a dedicated website specifically developed for enrolled students [learn.scu.edu.au - login required]
- Access to the resources of the Internship Office at the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management.
Library and Study Materials
Students of The Hotel School Sydney have electronic access to Southern Cross University's extensive Library and are entitled to reciprocal borrowing rights with most Sydney universities.
Students are provided with extensive 'Books of Readings' for most subjects, and should budget $400 per year for prescribed texts.
Sometimes we can all benefit from a helping hand to work through life's challenges. Counselling is available at THSS to assist students to remedy issues that impact on attendance, performance and general welfare and well being.
The Counsellor is available one day a week on site at THSS and can be contacted by email to make an appointment. A no-notice appointment can also be given wherever possible. Please ask at reception or see the notice board for Counsellor's contact details.
Should the counsellor be unavailable and the matter is urgent, a phone appointment can also be arranged by contacting the Counselling at Southern Cross University on 1800 111 890.
Updated: 14 November 2012