About the College

About the College

About
A Presbyterian Church (TT) administered ecumenical liberal theological tertiary institution. All are welcome through our gates.

General Information
St. Andrew’s Theological College (SATC), situated in San Fernando Trinidad, was founded in the year 1892, to provide training for local pastors of the Presbyterian Church in Trinidad.

Later, SATC opened its doors to students of other denominations where they began their training before proceeding to other theological institutions, primarily to The United Theological College of the West Indies in Jamaica and also to seminaries in North
America.

From 1983, SATC began its own full training programmes. Since 2009, run and administered by a Board of Directors, appointed by the Synod of the Presbyterian Church of Trinidad and Tobago, SATC is committed to theological training within an ecumenical setting with both students and lecturers coming from other Christian denominations. SATC offers a variety of courses aimed at catering to those who want to have a better understanding of what it means to be Christian. SATC also caters to those who are aiming to serve in the various orders of the Church, either on a part-time or full-time basis.

Officers for 2018-2019

President: Kimberly Rajkumar
Vice President: Cynara Dube Sookoo
Secretary – Amber Seesahai Payne
Treasurer – Peter Arjoon
Trustees – Ronald Webb and Rosalind Nandram