Support & guidance
What is the Live and Learn Orientation?
The Live and Learn Orientation was designed to officially welcome and thank you for choosing our college and provide the knowledge you need to have a successful start to your academic year at SATC. You will learn about our expectations of you as well as what you can expect of us. Our overall goal is to assist you in getting off to a great start and providing
you with the necessary information for a successful finish.
When is orientation?
Orientation is held at the beginning of every new academic year.
What can I expect during orientation?
During orientation, students are provided with information regarding the college’s programmes, support services, sensitisation to the educational and career opportunities available to them, awareness of the Health and Safety and various Quality Policies as well as a tour of the premises. Students are introduced to the principal, board of directors, lecturers and support and administrative staff.
When do I receive information about orientation?
Information on orientation is emailed to students one week before the start of the academic year. Students must complete a registration form online to ensure the college can communicate with them.
Counselling is available for students who might be dealing with a variety of personal problems. The demands of school can feel overwhelming and there are times when unexpected events happen in our lives. Our experience has shown that such a programme has great value, enabling significant achievements in self-understanding and in helping a person cope with the varied pressures to which a student is exposed in their roles as spouse, parent, citizen, friend and candidate for ministry.
A Guidance Counsellor is always available for in-person or
electronic counselling sessions to help you through life’s difficult moments.
How do I schedule a session with the Guidance Counsellor?
The principal and faculty are available to assist with any questions or concerns you may have about your academics. Our academic advisors help students navigate all options that are available, and work with you to make informed decisions through a supportive working relationship.
You should see an academic advisor to:
Who can access academic advising services?
Persons interested in studying at SATC and all enrolled students can gain access to our academic advising services.
How do I contact an academic advisor?
Advisory meetings are scheduled by the office administrator.
Students can send their request via email or telephone.
SATC offers resources and services online and on-campus to enhance the academic interests of our students, faculty and staff.
Students have access to online library resources through EBSCOhost, one of the world’s largest online scholarly library resources. All students are provided with access to EBSCOhost and offered training in how to access the multitude of journals and books available, tailored to your learning and research interests.
The on-campus library is open to the community. Our on-site facilities offer study spaces, research facilities and additional assistance. SATC Library also collaborates with the Archives Committee of The PCTT. The archives hold vast historical resources which are useful for research purposes.
Tuesday – 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Thursday – 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Due to the restrictions of COVID-19, the library/archive opening hours may vary. Persons are asked to contact the administration office before visiting the facilities.
An essential part of our students’ experience is a sense of belonging. The purpose of St. Andrew’s Theological College Students’ Association (SATCSA) is to express and interpret student opinion to faculty and administration; to be involved in achieving student goals; to be involved in the execution of policies; to keep student body informed on matters of student interest; and to participate in the provisions, coordination and regulation of cultural, educational, social and recreational programs which benefit the College community.
This organization represents student interests and concerns, facilitates student involvement and coordinates student activities. SATC encourages full student participation in
SATCSA, since this provides for the development of student leadership and self-expression.
Whether you just graduated or completed your studies years ago, your fellowship with SATC has not come to an end! The SATC Alumni Association is a community of past students, lecturers and friends of the college. Its aim is to connect the alumni to the college through various activities while providing an opportunity to engage with your SATC family.
SATC offers payment plans that allows students to spread their tuition payments out over the semester, as opposed to paying their bill in full. Normally, students are required to pay tuition in full by mid-term.
Students are unable to obtain certificates or transcripts until all fees are paid in full.
INTERESTED IN DEEPENING YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF THEOLOGY?
Licentiate In Theology
This 3 year comprehensive course of theological studies is ideal for seminarians and lay persons seeking to enter ordained ministry
Diploma in Theology
This 3 year Diploma is designed for persons entering the Deaconess Order of the Presbyterian Church of Trinidad and Tobago. Modules include Old & New Testament Studies, pastoral care, and social work
This diploma (3 year) is specially designed for training Lay Pastors of the Presbyterian Church of Trinidad and Tobago (PCTT).
This diploma (2 year) is designed for training Assistant Lay Pastors of the Presbyterian Church of Trinidad and Tobago (PCTT).
This course is ideal for all persons wanting to get a comprehensive introduction in Theological Studies.
Designed for the Presiding Elder order of the Presbyterian Church of Trinidad and Tobago (PCTT), the Certificate in Presiding Eldership places emphasis on the Sacraments and Church Administration of The PCTT
In the Presbyterian Church of Trinidad and Tobago (PCTT) those who aspire to be Elders must bear the qualities reflected in 1st Timothy 3: 1-7 and must demonstrate that they are in agreement with the doctrinal statement of the church as included in the Constitution of The PCTT
The Christian Education Course is specially designed for teachers at Presbyterian Schools and teaching applicants.
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The Mission of SATC is to inspire and fulfil the call to spiritual enlightenment, empowerment, engagement and edification through ecumenical, inclusive, theological education.
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