Welcome to the 4th Bridge, Maracas Valley, Campus of the West Indies School of Theology. I am Christine Glasgow, Vice President, Student Affairs. It is at the Student Affairs Department that we plan programmes to enhance and develop the spiritual, social, physical, and mental aspects of each student. We hope to get the opportunity to work with you, in this regard.
If necessary, Mrs Kerray-Ann Glasgow, the Student Affairs, Administrative Assistant, would be happy to share more information with you. Send us an email with your questions to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for considering this institution in your pursuit of higher education. The office is opened daily from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm or you can give us a call at 868-663-1501 ext. 5005. We would be delighted to hear from you. May God bless you, richly!
Welcome to the Registrar’s Office at the West Indies School of Theology. Our Registrar is Ms. Roxanne Riley. We also have in the person of the Asst. Registrar – Ms. Jonelle Etienne. At the Registrar’s Office there are a number of services which are important to students. Some of these include Registration and de-registration of course, academic advise, preparing student transcripts and letters, transfer of credits, grade query, certificates, approval of new applicants to name a few. The Registrar’s Office takes this time to encourage all our new and returning students to get acquainted with the Academic Catalogue since this documents contains the academic policies and guidelines which will govern your academic life as a student at WIST. The Registrar’s Office encourages our students to make use of services and ensure that you get the right information from the right office. Many times student may need clarity on a service which the Registrar’s Office provides. As working students, we encourage you to use our email address at email@example.com or call us and request a service. We will give you all the information you need in order to access the service in a timely manner. The Registrar’s Office endeavors to ensure that you have all the information needed. But students, the onus is truly on you to know and use the many services available. Some questions which students need information on include doing a double major, choosing course and academic Advising
The Registrar’s Office at WIST welcomes you, our new and returning students, and we want you to access our services in a timely manner. Please note requests for services are done within a time period. So students, new and returning, we welcome you and stand willing and available to assist you in all services required. Thank you and God bless.
My name is Kerry-Anne Roberts-Kasmally, Vice President Academic Affairs at the West Indies School of Theology. You have joined a select group of men and women who aspire to be godly servant leaders for the fulfilling of the Great Commission. Here are some guidelines that will enable you to successfully complete your academic studies at the West Indies School of Theology.
Firstly, please ensure that you read your academic catalogue carefully as it contains all the policies that govern the actions and decisions of the Academic Office.
Secondly, remember you graduate by completing the requirements for your programme of study. Be aware of the major for which you are enrolled and what is required to successfully complete that major.
Thirdly, please take advantage of the academic advice that is provided to assist you. Ignoring that advice may result in your inability to graduate at the expected time.
Finally, as an adult student, you play a critical role in achieving your learning objectives through your own resourcefulness, initiative and persistence.
The Academic Office stands ready to provide you with all the support you need to successfully complete the journey you have started.
Greetings, I am Rev Judith Walcott, Coordinator of the West Indies School of Theology, San Fernando Campus, together with Rev Dr Lurtan Patterson and Minister Althea Seepaul we give administrative leadership to this Campus.
At the South Campus we offer Bible and Theology in the Bachelor and Diploma Programmes. Some of the courses offered are: Theology 1, 2 &3, Research Methods, Pauline Epistles, New Testament Survey 1, 2 & 3, New Testament Greek, Wisdom Literature, Gospels, Evangelism and Hermeneutics to name a few. Our courses are GATE approved and we are members of the Caribbean Evangelical Training Association (CETA) and Accreditation Council of Trinidad and Tobago (ACTT).
In an effort to meet the needs of our students, we have partnered with another Theological School and Medical Association in providing Library, Counselling and Medical services.
Classes are held from Monday to Thursday, 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Revivaltime Assembly (RTA), #1 St Vincent Street, San Fernando, fondly called the Wharf.
One of the highlights of our school’s activities is our Chapel services which are held on Thursdays. Students are also given the opportunity from Mondays to Wednesdays to minister the Word and lead in Worship.
Do you sense the need for theological training? Do you sense the hands of God upon your life for full time ministry? Or, do you simply want to learn more about God and His Word? I extend an invitation to you, Come and be part of what God is doing at the South Campus, where we are Providing Higher Education to Equip Christians to be Godly Servant-Leaders for the fulfilling of the Great Commission.
You can visit us at RTA from 4:30 pm to 6:00pm Monday to Thursday or access our website at wistef.com or call Rev Judith Walcott at 499-0730 or Minister Althea Seepaul at 342-1727.
We look forward to hearing from you. May God continue to bless you richly.
Books are a source of information, enjoyment, inspiration and so much more. For me, the Library is a place where I can interact with people and share the joy of learning. I am Gale Ann Joseph-Kerr, Library Technician of Nicholson’s Library, which is situated on the first floor of the administrative building at The West Indies School of Theology. (WIST)
The library is named in honour of one of WIST’s past presidents, Rev. Alvin Nicholson. The collection comprises approximately 12,000 volumes which consist of books, newspapers, magazines as well as resources in the Journal database EBSCOHOST and the newly established Elton Rouse Archive.
The main purpose of the library is to assist students, faculty and staff of in their academic and spiritual pursuits by providing accurate, adequate, relevant and contemporary resources in an atmosphere that facilitates learning, research and development. Our service aims at providing quality, excellence and satisfaction to all our users.
Today we live in a society where information is power, and we are surrounded by various avenues through which we can access the information we need, whether via the Internet, websites, blogs, podcasts or databases the questions still remain.
How do I begin looking for information?
How reliable is the information?
Is the source an authority in the field?
These questions point to the crucial role of the library.
Our library staff consists of one (1) qualified library Technician, one (1) assistant and three (3) Student attendants. We are here to guide you as you learn the art of seeking, assessing, and using information, not just to fulfil your classroom assignments, but also to develop the skills you will need to be a wise, lifetime, information consumer.
The library hours are 9.00 am-8:30 pm Monday to Friday and 10.00 am to 2.00 pm on Saturday.
We welcome the opportunity to teach you how to discover, evaluate, and use appropriate resources to fulfil not only your academic needs but also to develop your skills in becoming lifelong learners.
Welcome to the journey!