The College of Science, Technology and Applied Arts of Trinidad and Tobago (Costaatt) is set to open the doors of its newest campus in Chaguanas by September of this year.
The new building will accommodate approximately 2,250 more persons who are seeking tertiary level education.
Senior campus officials are working on a 15-year development plan which will support Government’s development agenda and factor in the current economic climate in T&T.
The impending move to the first-ever purpose built campus which sits on 30 acres in Chaguanas, Costaatt President Dr Gillian Paul yesterday described the joy of receiving the keys last Friday as a “wonderful” moment for the staff and current enrollment of 9,000 students.
Currently there are Costaatt campuses in Port-of-Spain, El Dorado, Trincity, Sangre Grande, San Fernando and Tobago.