Student Support

Library Service

SYL University libraries offers a range of services to support students, faculty, and researchers.

  1. Book Borrowing: Access to physical books and other materials that can be borrowed for a certain period.
  2. Online Resources: Databases, e-books, e-journals, and other digital resources accessible through the library’s website.
  3. Reference Services: Assistance from librarians in finding information, conducting research, and using library resources.
  4. Interlibrary Loan: Ability to request books and articles from other libraries if not available in the university’s collection.
  5. Study Spaces: Quiet areas for individual study as well as group study rooms equipped with technology and whiteboards.
  6. Technology Access: Computers, printers, scanners, and sometimes specialized software for academic or research purposes.
  7. Workshops and Training: Sessions on research skills, information literacy, and using library resources effectively.
  8. Research Support: Help with literature searches, citation management, and accessing specialized research materials.
  9. Special Collections: Access to rare books, manuscripts, archives, and other unique materials for research purposes.
  10. Digitalization Services: Services to digitize materials for preservation and accessibility.
  11. Accessibility Services: Support for patrons with disabilities, such as assistive technology and accessible formats.
  12. Community Engagement: Events, lectures, and exhibitions that promote the library’s resources and engage the community.
Computer Science Labs

SYL University provides Computer science labs  with access to hardware, software, and specialized equipment to support our students and researches. 

  1. Computers: High-performance workstations or servers for programming, testing, and running software applications.
  2. Software: A wide range of software tools and applications for programming, simulation, data analysis, and other computer science-related tasks.
  3. Operating Systems: Various operating systems (e.g., Windows, macOS, Linux) for students to work on different platforms.
  4. Networking Equipment: Routers, switches, and other networking devices for studying and experimenting with network configurations.
  5. Development Tools: Integrated Development Environments (IDEs), compilers, debuggers, and other tools for software development.
  6. Virtualization and Cloud Computing: Access to virtualization platforms and cloud services for building and deploying applications.
  7. Specialized Equipment: Depending on the focus of the lab, you may find hardware such as robotics kits, microcontrollers, FPGA boards, or sensors for specific projects and research.
  8. Support Services: Technical support and assistance from lab staff or teaching assistants to help students with their projects and assignments.
  9. Collaborative Spaces: Areas for group work, discussions, and brainstorming sessions among students working on similar projects or research topics.
  10. Security Measures: Measures to ensure the security and integrity of lab resources, such as restricted access and data protection protocols.
  11. Training and Workshops: Workshops and training sessions to help students learn new technologies, tools, and programming languages.
  12. Research Opportunities: Opportunities for students to participate in research projects or collaborate with faculty on cutting-edge research in computer science.
Health Science Labs

SYL University health science labs  provide facilities for students and researchers to conduct experiments and research in various health-related fields. These labs are equipped with specialized equipment and resources to support the study of anatomy, pharmacology, microbiology, and other disciplines.

Student Exchange Programs

Our Student exchange programs are initiatives that allow students to study abroad at our partner institutions for a limited period. These programs promote cultural exchange, academic collaboration, and personal development.

Academic Support

SYL University provides academic support   to help students succeed academically. These services are designed to assist students in their learning process, address academic challenges, and enhance their overall academic experience.

Career Guidance

SYL University’s Career guidance is a service provided to Studens to help them make informed decisions about their career paths. It involves assessing an individual’s interests, skills, values, and personality traits to match them with suitable career options. Career guidance can be provided in various settings, including schools, colleges, universities, and private career counseling centers.

Student Government

Student government or student union, is a student-led organization. Its primary purpose is to represent the interests of the student body, facilitate communication between students and school administration, and organize activities and events that enhance the student experience.

Internet Access

SYL University provides internet access for supporting teaching, learning, research, and administrative activities on campus. It enables students and faculty to access online resources, collaborate with others, and stay connected with the broader academic community.

Cultural Week

SYL University Cultural Week is an event typically organized by Adminstrations and Students to celebrate and showcase the diversity of cultures within our students and community. It often features a series of cultural performances, exhibitions, workshops, and activities aimed at promoting cross-cultural understanding and appreciation.

  1. Cultural Performances: Students and community members may perform traditional dances, music, and theater representing various cultures.
  2. Cultural Exhibitions: Displays of art, crafts, traditional attire, and artifacts from different cultures.
  3. Cultural Workshops: Hands-on activities and demonstrations that allow participants to learn about different cultures, such as language lessons, cooking demonstrations, or traditional crafts.
  4. Cultural Talks and Lectures: Presentations by experts or community members on topics related to culture, diversity, and inclusion.
  5. Cultural Food Fair: A showcase of traditional foods from different cultures, allowing attendees to sample and learn about different cuisines.
  6. Cultural Competitions: Competitions and contests related to cultural knowledge, such as trivia quizzes, talent shows, or traditional games.
  7. Film Screenings: Screenings of films from different cultures, followed by discussions or Q&A sessions.
  8. Cultural Awareness Campaigns: Activities aimed at promoting cultural awareness, understanding, and respect among students and the wider community.
Debate and Public Speaking

SYL University debate and public speaking programs are educational activities that help students develop critical thinking, communication, and persuasion skills. These programs typically include competitive debate teams, public speaking courses, and speaking events that allow students to practice and showcase their skills.

Workshops and Seminars

SYL University workshops and seminars are educational events that provide students, faculty, and sometimes the broader community with opportunities to learn about specific topics, develop new skills, and engage in discussions with experts in various fields. These events are often organized by academic departments, student organizations, or university centers and institutes.

Community Services

SYL University community services refer to the various programs and initiatives that the university undertake to engage with and contribute to the surrounding community. These services are aimed at addressing community needs, fostering positive relationships, and promoting social responsibility among students, faculty, and staff.


SYL University sports refer to organized athletic programs and competitions at the university level. These programs typically include a variety of sports teams representing the university in intercollegiate competitions against other universities.


University mosque plays a vital role in supporting the spiritual and cultural needs of students on campus, fostering a sense of community and providing a space for worship, learning, and social interaction.