Halls of Residence at UWI St. Augustine
Trinity Hall is the only all-female Hall of Residence at the St. Augustine Campus of the University of the West Indies .
Situated at the south eastern end of the main campus sand within close proximity to the Faculties of Agriculture and Natural Sciences, Engineering, Humanities and Education and Social Sciences and the general hub of the University, makes it a popular choice for young women wishing to experience life on Hall.
Opened in 1972, the Hall was constructed by funds raised by the Society of Friends of the University, chaired by Sir Hugh O.B. Wodding, Former Chancellor of the University of the West Indies . The residence was given the name "Trinity Hall" in recognition of the large number of ordinary citizens of Trinidad and Tobago (including numerous school children) who responded to the fund raising appeal. The Hall can accommodate 142 women.
Three-storey structure with spacious grounds.
80 fully-furnished rooms.
20 single rooms.
30 double superior rooms (toilet and bath in room).
30 double rooms (bath only in room).
Fully furnished two-bedroom apartment.
Five large kitchens with dining areas.
Laundry facilities on each floor.
Two large Common rooms, hall library, games area, sick bay, tuck-shop and administrative offices on ground floor.
Hall houses computer room with internet access that is free of charge to residents.
Extra Curricula Activities:
Along with tours and social events, several activities and programs occur annually on Hall which aim to add to the total University experience. These activities are fun and exciting, and are designed to provide the support network to make Trinity Hall a home away from home, to foster a spirit of sisterhood and harmony among residence and raise funds. They include:
Hall Breakfast, Hall Concert, Cultural Exhibition, Sports Day, Valedictory Dinner and Awards Ceremony, Annual Trinity Hall Inter Hall Pool Lyme and Swimming Competition.
Big Sister Program - First year residents are paired with senior members of the Hall in the same academic stream, aimed to assist in academic matters and to provide general sisterly support.
Community Outreach Program - Designed to provide assistance to those less fortunate in the wider community.
Mrs. Allyson Logie-Eustace - Hall Supervisor
The University of the West Indies
St. Augustine , Trinidad , W.I.
Exts. 2385, 4007, 4008