Students Accounting

Notice to all Students 

Please be advised that the Student Accounting Department can be contacted to assist with your student financial queries or requests via:

* Email: or
( Telephone: 223-4888 ext. 32567 between the hours of 8am-4pm.

Gentle reminder to please use your UTT assigned email for all UTT related communication which can be accessed through the MyCampus portal.
This helps us identify and authenticate you as a legitimate UTT student requesting information or assistance.

If you are unable to access your UTT assigned email, please indicate and assistance will be provided by the Service Desk.


Student Accounting

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All Notices
Student Complaint Procedure
The Centre for Education Programmes ( takes seriously the concerns and complaints made by students from time to time Therefore this Student Complaint Procedure provides a process for all students enrolled in the undergraduate and graduate programmes to receive attention and a quick resolution to Non Academic disputes and complaints that do not fall within the scope of other complaints procedures at the University These matters would be investigated fairly and thoroughly following an unbiased process All information received during this process will be held in strict confidence and will only be disclosed to resolve the complaint
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Tamana Technology Animation Production Factory (TTAP Factory)


 3D Designer:


Graphic Designer :


Character Animator:


Concept Artist:

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(Certificate in ECCE, Bachelor of Education, Masters in Educational Technology and Postgraduate Diploma in Education)
Please be advised of an Adjustment to the start and end dates for Academic Year 2021/2022 - Semester 2
  • Start of Semester 2: February 14th, 2022
  • End of Semester 2: May 13th, 2022
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Caribbean Youth Fellowship


Entry Requirements

  • Be between 20 and 35 years of age.
  • Have demonstrated leadership experience in one of the follow areas: civil society,community development, political party, private sector, student leadership.
  • Have knowledge of community needs and young people’s priorities.
  • Have interest in public policy and generating new ideas or ideas for reform to keydecision-makers.
  • Be committed to engage in a network of likeminded youth.
  • Have intermediate knowledge of English.
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Important Notice

Reopening of the Library – Monday 14th February, 2022

All students and staff are advised that UTT Libraries  will be re-opening on Monday 14th February, 2022.  You are welcome to use all libraries abiding by the University’s Covid guidelines.

Please take note of the following:

  • Opening hours are Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 4:00pm
  • You are strongly encouraged to make an appointment for library use because of each library’s size and the different user population limit. When the maximum number of users is in the library,  a one-in-one-out approach will be implemented. Users are allowed one hour in the first instance.  This will be extended once no other users require the use of the library.
  • Masks must be worn inside the library at all times
  • You are required to respect others’ space
  • Study areas and computers are available for use only (staff will assist with book retrieval)


All services are subject to change at short notice.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.


Sunita Gobin



Chief University Librarian (Ag.)

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WEDNESDAY 23rd FEBRUARY 2022 at 11:00 a.m.
You are invited to a VIRTUAL MEETING to discuss
• GATE Funding
• HELP Loan Programme
• Financial Aid
Send your queries and questions to
CLICK HERE to join
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The University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) wishes to inform that Monday 28th February and Tuesday 1st March, 2022 are not official public holidays, and therefore, classes should be scheduled as normal.

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CCRIF invites young Caribbean nationals to apply for an internship to work with a Caribbean organization in an area related to disaster risk management or climate change adaptation.
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Teaching and Learning


As the University prepares to close for the Christmas/New Year period, students are reminded of the following dates for the resumption of teaching:

  • New Student Intake of September 27th, 2021: Teaching will resume on January 31st, 2022
  • Continuing Students: Teaching will resume on January 31st, 2022
  • New Student Intake of November 15th, 2021: Teaching will resume on January 3rd, 2022

Please click here: to access the relevant Academic Calendars.

The University takes this opportunity to wish each and every one of you a safe yet Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

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Attendance at UTT Campuses

The Ministry of Education (MOE) has announced that it will permit post-secondary and tertiary students to attend physical classes and practicals from January 2022.

In the light of the above, The University of Trinidad and Tobago, will continue with its policy of using blended learning to deliver its courses online and face to face.

Practical Courses:The preferred option is for students to attend practical courses in person on UTT campuses where possible. Social distancing and other COVID -19 guidelines will be observed and therefore, if class sizes are large, students will be split into smaller groups with rotated attendance. The use of laboratory space should be optimised within the above constraints. To assure success, colleagues who opt for physical attendance of practical work, should plan well in advance and provide students with information on their assigned rotation groups and timing of their practical classes.

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CCRIF invites Caribbean nationals to apply to its postgraduate scholarship programme for study at Caribbean and international universities for studies in areas such as disaster risk management (DRM), disaster risk financing, natural resources management, risk management, climate change, civil with environmental engineering, actuarial science, and meteorology.
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