The UWI-ROYTEC Student Council is a Representative Committee for students with democratically elected officers drawn from the entire student population. The overall purpose is to promote the interests of the student body and to foster Academic and Social development. All students pay a Student Council fee of $100 per academic year.
The activity of the Student Council is facilitated by the Student Welfare Officer who acts as a liaison between the Student Council and the Administration of UWI-ROYTEC.
The main purposes of the UWI-ROYTEC Student Council are as follows:
- to promote the interest of the student body in cooperation with University Management, Faculty and Students.
- to promote a progressive team spirit and community involvement while seeking ways to improve the campus environment.
- to represent students' views and act as a channel for student concerns in a diplomatic manner.
- to act as a consultative body in the development and implementation of new and existing academic policies involving students, and in promoting collaboration among students, lecturers and Administration.
The Student Council Election is normally scheduled for the second Wednesday of June of each Academic year. All students in good standing are eligible to run for elections having met the candidacy criteria. For further information on nominations, candidacy and the roles of each Student Council member, please view the Student Council Constitution.
Vice President (North)
Vice President (South)
Public Relations Officer (North)
Public Relations Officer (South)
Head Programme Representative (North)
Head Programme Representative (South)
Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Systems Management (Part-time)
Bachelor of Business Administration (Part-time)
The UWI-ROYTEC Student Council is guided by a Constitution which may be downloaded at the below link:
The UWI-ROYTEC Student Council has established the Student Council Award to recognize graduating students who have made significant contributions to student activities and have positively impacted the lives of their colleagues during their enrolment at UWI-ROYTEC. We invite you to nominate a student who has made an outstanding contribution to student life. Please download and complete the following application form and submit it to the CSR counter at our Henry Street or Naparima Campus.
Above: The Student Council Vice President (2015), Mr. Mikaeel Sabga presents the Student Council Award to the mother of UWI-ROYTEC student Mr. LeeVaughn Martin post-humously in recognition of outstanding student citizenship.
Above: The Student Council President (2014), Mr. Jamir Kanhai presents the Student Council Award to UWI-ROYTEC student Mr. Roger Samai in recognition of outstanding student citizenship.
Above: The Student Council Vice President (2013), Ms. Anna Brown presents the Student Council Award to UWI-ROYTEC student Ms. Sarah Arneaud in recognition of outstanding student citizenship.
Above: The Student Council Vice President (2012), Ms. Sarah Arneaud presents the Student Council Award to UWI-ROYTEC student Mrs. Adele Chee Kee in recognition of outstanding student citizenship.
Above: The Student Council Vice President (2011), Ms. Lori Borde presents the Student Council Award to UWI-ROYTEC student Mr. Junior Cummings in recognition of outstanding student citizenship.
Above: The Student Council Vice President (2010), Ms. Anicka Senior presents the Student Council Award to UWI-ROYTEC student Mr. Holland Bronte Tin Kew in recognition of his leadership abilities and contributions to the growth and development of his colleagues.
Above: The Student Council Vice President (2009), Mr. Tyrone Brown presents the Student Council Award to UWI-ROYTEC student Ms.Kafi Jones in recognition of her perseverance and commitment to her studies.
The UWI-ROYTEC Student Council offers peer-to-peer tutoring in various subject areas.
Peer Counselling forms can be collected from any UWI-ROYTEC Student Council Executive members.
This is a business operated by the RSC at the main campus where students can be gainfully employed by the RSC. It presents an opportunity for students to build their leadership and supervisory skills. The store is mainly overseen by the RSC Treasurer.
It also facilitates the sale of used books each semester to the student population. Students interested in selling or purchasing used books for their courses can liaise with the RSC and store representatives.
The opening hours of the store are:
- Mondays – Fridays: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
- Saturdays: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm