UWI-ROYTEC Wins Big at The ACTT Quality Awards, 2016
- Published on 09 November 2016
From left to right: Ms Heather John, Manager, New Business Development (UWI-ROYTEC); Dr The Honourable, Lovell Francis, Minister of State in the Ministry of Education; Mrs Wendy Augustus, Executive Director (UWI-ROYTEC); Mr Errol Simms, Former Board Member and Chair, UWI-ROYTEC Quality Assurance Committee; Mrs Nickisha Hamilton, Manager, Quality Assurance and Programme Development; and Mr Adesh Latchman, Quality Assurance Officer (UWI-ROYTEC).
UWI-ROYTEC was awarded first prize for Excellence for an Established Quality Management System (QMS) at the ACTT's Quality In Tertiary Education (QuiTE) Awards held on October 28th, 2016. The ACTT's QMS award represents the highest level of implementation of quality management systems at tertiary institutions. UWI-ROYTEC also captured first place for Excellence for an Established QMS in 2013 and 2014 and earned second place in 2015.
Online Safety Seminar
- Published on 16 September 2016
UWI-ROYTEC in collaboration with CyberSafeTT.com will be holding an Online Safety Seminar for all students, faculty and staff at the North Campus on Wednesday, 21st September, 2016 from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM. See you there!
Info Forum - June 9th 2016
- Published on 27 May 2016
An info forum will be held on Thursday June 9th, 2016 at the UWI-ROYTEC North Campus, 136-138 Henry Street, Port of Spain from 4:45 PM to 6:30 PM.
Come hear about upcoming UWI-ROYTEC & Franklin University Programmes. Admission is free!
Student Orientation 2016
- Published on 04 August 2016
New Student Orientation for 2016 will be held on August 27, 2016 from 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM at the Radisson Hotel, Wrightson Road, Port of Spain.
The student experience starts with the orientation sessions to students. An orientation is held per in-take of students hence UWI-ROYTEC hosts three sets of orientations per academic year. It is open to all new students. Returning students who would have missed their in-take orientation are welcomed to join in.
The orientation is a two-part process: a welcoming ceremony and programme specific sessions. The welcoming ceremony includes a formal programme held externally to the institution, as known as the general orientation. It also gives you an opportunity to know your institution, meet your student council members and get an idea of the tertiary education journey ahead.
The second part of the orientation is the programme specific sessions known as the "break-out sessions". These are held at the college campus, conducted per programme. At these sessions, students are exposed to the administrative elements critical to a positive experience. These include GATE issues, IT challenges, Examinations issues and services accessible from the Student Welfare Department.
The highlight of the session is an opportunity to meet with facilitators related to the programme. Faculty address students' concerns and provide tips going into the programme.
Programme-Specific Breakout Sessions will be held as follows:
Full-Time ADM, ADISM and BISM Students: September 1, 2016 at 9:30 AM
Part-Time ADM, ADISM, BISM and DIPLOMA Students: September 1, 2016 at 4:15 PM
B.ED, M.ED. and ECCE students: August 20, 2016 at 4:15 PM
ALL PROGRAMMES: September 3, 2016 at 9:30 AM
Reminder on Student Dress Code and Conduct
- Published on 16 March 2016
STUDENT DRESS CODE IN EFFECT
Please be reminded of the Student Dress Code policy within the UWI-ROYTEC Student Handbook (pgs. 32-40).
Students in breach of this policy can be debarred from entry to the premises.
Reminder of UWI-ROYTEC Student Conduct Policy
Please be reminded of the following policies within the section 'Student Conduct' of UWI-ROYTEC Student Handbook (pgs. 32-40): Student Dress Code, Student rights and responsibilities and Offences against person/property. It has been observed that several students are in breach of the dress code and are littering the campus.
All students are advised to become familiar with policies governing student life which are aimed at creating an environment conducive to learning. Students are also advised that breach of policy could lead to debarment from entry to the premises.
Be guided accordingly.