Students are housed on-campus in the University of the West Indies dormitories. Many international students and lecturers attending UWI live here and Trinity students will be in spacious double rooms with other students on the Trinity program.
The dorms provide students with a very lively and
vibrant social network and provide opportunities to get to know their
peers from all over the Caribbean region.
There is a shared kitchen and common area for the whole floor. The kitchen is equipped with microwaves, gas stoves, 2 large refrigerators and a kitchen sink with storage for pots, pans, cutlery and crockery. Aall kitchen cooking and eating essentials will be provided. Students will also have a small frigerator in their rooms.
There is no meal plan so students are responsible for their own meals but will be given a food allowance every other week to help cover the costs of food.
In addition to the dorms, the Trinity in Trinidad program has a Trinity Program House which is a residential building located within a ten minute walk from the UWI campus. Upstairs there are two administrative offices, a computer room and a video editing room. Downstairs, there is a classroom area, sitting are, common computer and kitchen.
The Program House is used by staff and students for study, program meetings and program gatherings.