University of Trinidad and Tobago

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The University of Trinidad and Tobago
UTT Logo
Motto Education with a global Vision
Type Public
Established 2004
President Professor Sarim Al-Zubaidy
Location Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg Wallerfield, Trinidad and Tobago

The University of Trinidad and Tobago, also known as UTT, is a state owned university in Trinidad and Tobago established in 2004. Its main campus, currently under construction, will be located at Wallerfield in Trinidad.[1][2] Presently, its campuses are an amalgamation of several former technological colleges throughout the country.

It is one of three universities in Trinidad and Tobago, the others being the University of the West Indies and University of the Southern Caribbean.

Board of Governors[edit]

The University is headed by a board of governors, the current board consists of:[3]

  • Chairman - Professor Kenneth S. Julien (Emeritus)
  • Professor Clement A. C. Imbert
  • Wilson Lalla
  • Professor Hollis Liverpool
  • Nicolin Carol Moore
  • Shivan Ojah-Maharaj
  • Jerome Dookie
  • Orville Carrington
  • Michael Patrick Cooper
  • Dr. Nandi Harrysingh
  • Ulric McNicol Esq.


San Fernando campus

The University is a multi-campus facility with major campuses located as follows :[4]

  • Aviation Campus Camden Couva
  • O'Meara Campus
  • Valsayn Campus
  • Corinth Campus
  • Chaguanas Campus
  • Point Lisas Campus
  • John S. Donaldson Campus (Rebranded as the Creativity Campus)
  • San Fernando Campus
  • Chaguaramas Campus
  • Tobago Campus
  • The Eastern Caribbean Institute of Agriculture and Forestry (E.C.I.A.F.)
  • Tamana InTech Park, Wallerfield, site of the University's Signature Complex and Main Campus. Construction has started, but the complex is not yet finished.


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Coordinates: 10°37′00″N 61°13′00″W / 10.61667°N 61.21667°W / 10.61667; -61.21667