Live Stream: UWI St. Augustine's Campus Council

Event Date(s): 16/03/2018 - 20/03/2018

Location: UWI St. Augustine, Teaching and Learning Complex (TLC), Lecture Rooms B&C

Our Campus hosts its annual meeting of Campus Council under the theme, Matta Season at 10am. Professor Brian Copeland, will present his report on all activities undertaken over the last academic year to the Council Membership at the meeting in his capacity as Pro Vice-Chancellor and Campus Principal. Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Hilary Beckles will also deliver remarks.

The Campus Principal invites you to view the Live Stream of the Open Session of the meeting at 10am and  the Press Conferenceat 11.30am.

These sessions will be streamed live via www.sta.uwi.edu/streamswww.uwitv.org and the campus' Facebook page. 

Campus Council – parking and office closures

To accommodate the Campus Council meeting, please anticipate the following:

  • The Heart Ease Car Park will be closed to facilitate parking for the meeting
  • The Teaching and Learning Complex’s (TLC) Postgraduate Lounge will be closed from March 19 at 8am to March 21 at 9am.

About Campus Council

The Campus Councils meet annually, largely to receive detailed reports from officers and committees, which have responsibilities derived from the University Charter and other instruments. Such reports include academic and curriculum updates, changing statistics on students, staffing issues and strategic initiatives that have been undertaken. The theme for the 2016/2017 Annual Report, which will be presented at the Council Meeting, is Matta Season and will highlight critical shifts in focus as the Campus navigates a prolonged testing season at an institutional level.

A fundamental aspect of this year’s Council will see Campus Principal Professor Brian Copeland’s address the members of the council. Professor Copeland will share his vision for creating a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship as the Campus responds to the changing mandate for education, declining economies and a need for strategic but practical approaches to revitalizing the Caribbean. Highlights will cover major advancements from each Faculty in offering these practical solutions to the region during the review period. 


Open to: | General Public | Staff | Student | Alumni |