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UWI, Cave Hill COVID-19 Response


The UWI, Cave Hill Campus continues to monitor the global developments with COVID-19. The health, wellness and safety of all students and staff remain priority.  We are committed to keeping the campus community informed of important changes, based on the latest public health guidelines applicable to Barbados and emerging information. As part of our commitment, this website has been developed as a resource for key information.




Latest UWI Updates

Following a one-week delay to the start of classes, and a significant investment in technological and infrastructural upgrades, since the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, authorities at The University of the West Indies Cave Hill campus say all systems are go for teaching to get underway on Monday, September 14 for the 2020/21 academic year.
The following message was issued by the Campus Registrar, Mr. Rommel Carter.

According to the updated National Travel Protocols for Barbados, students travelling from The Bahamas, Jamaica as well as Trinidad and Tobago, will now be classified as high risk. Previously these countries were...
The following protocols were issued by the Barbados Ministry of Tourism.

Please take note of the updated Travel Protocols for Barbados to take effect from Friday, September...
This document provides general answers to questions that have been asked by students as we prepare to begin a new academic year in unprecedented circumstances. As everyone would appreciate we are operating in a fluid environment where adjustments may have to be made as circumstances change...
The Campus Community is hereby advised of the following precautionary measures which have been implemented for students coming from high and medium risk countries, and who have been accepted onto Cave Hill’s Halls of Residence during this academic year. National health protocols mandate that...
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