The St. Augustine Campus of The University of the West Indies (The UWI) has confirmed that it continues operate remotely, except for those services deemed essential.
On May 5th, 2021, The UWI’s St. Augustine Campus moved to fully remote work and has been closed to students and the general public since March 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic began to seriously impact Trinidad and Tobago.
A release from the university today explains that it has produced three Business Continuity plans to guide the key components of its remote operations for its various stakeholders, namely service providers, prospective students and current students.
● All suppliers seeking information on the processing of payments and cheques can review the Campus Bursary’s Continuity Plan, which can be found at https://bit.ly/34dxW3T. This document also provides guidance to current students on matters concerning student accounts.
● Prospective students, both undergraduate and postgraduate, can find guidance on the process of submitting applications and relevant documents in the Office of the Campus Registrar’s Continuity plan, found here https://bit.ly/3wC6I35.
● Current students can find details and contact information for the handling student matters and concerns about examinations in the Office of the Campus Registrar’s Continuity plan, found here https://bit.ly/3wC6I35.
The UWI also reminds the public that credible and critical information on the COVID-19 virus can be found at https://sta.uwi.edu/covid19/, the university’s initiative to support local efforts to control its spread.