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Sir Arthur Lewis Community College, the premier tertiary learning institution in Saint Lucia and the Eastern Caribbean, was established in 1985 and named after the world-famous economist and Nobel Laureate, Sir William Arthur Lewis. The College, which is currently in transition to University status, offers a wide range of cutting-edge and globally relevant academic and technical programmes from Bachelor's and Associate degrees to TVET and Executive and Leadership training. Our programmes are undergirded by three main pillars: Sustainability, Innovation and Entrepreneurship. These goals are in keeping with the Government of Saint Lucia's commitment to the implementation of the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals.

The College has two campuses (Main Campus at Morne Fortune, Castries and South Campus in Vieux Fort) and an Experimental Farm in Dennery. The College is governed by a Board of Governors and a Management Team lead by the Principal/President and Vice Principals. The Management Team includes Deans and Programme Heads that manage the day-to-day operations of the institution, its 130 faculty members and 165 supporting staff members.

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Head of Advancement

The Advancement Office works directly with the Office of the Principal to identify, cultivate and solicit strategic opportunities that diversifies the College's external relationships and expands sources of income generation.

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Registrar

The Registrar will provide vision and strategic direction for key College functions in the realms of academic and student administration, student recruitment, student experience (including international), student progress and assessment.

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Vice Principal, Administration and Finance

The Vice Principal of Administration and Finance, as a senior member of the management team will be responsible for the effective administration and efficient management of the College's human and financial resources, accounts and record keeping as well as physical capital and intellectual property.

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