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salcc-campus-tourFeel free to stop by so you can learn a little more about Sir Arthur Lewis Community College. Experience campus life, chat with students or even speak to a lecturer or two. Simply contact our Admissions Office and we will be more than happy to allow you to experience what the College has to offer you and your future.

Sir Arthur Lewis Community College, located on Morne Fortune, welcomes all visitors to its historic campus. It is a must stop location for tourists as they pass through campus to get a view of our historical buildings and to visit the burial site of one of our Nobel Laureate and namesake, Sir William Arthur Lewis. The campus provides a breathtaking view of the nation's busy capital which highlights the Castries Harbour and where you can find a diverse culture of restaurants and shopping facilities.

An excellent transportation network of a bus or taxi system, which is a ten minute drive from the heart of the city, allows visitors to visit in ease. Our welcoming staff and students enhances the tight knit family that we are here at Sir Arthur Lewis Community College.

Get a different perspective of the Morne campus and learn more about the rich historical essence of the buildings and sites, once home to solders at war.

Walking Tours and Information Sessions

  • Student-led walking tours provide an overview of our academic programs and campus life. Tours last about 30-60 minutes and originate from the Administration Building.
  • Schedule a Tour: Students Services Centre (758) 457-5229



Our parking facilities are maintained by our Security Services Department. Currently, parking is available to all faculty, staff, students and visitors free of charge. There are four (4) main parking areas on the campus, namely: Old Technical Workshop (OTW) parking lot, CEHI parking area, Victor Archer parking and T.R. Theobalds parking.

Parking for persons with disabilities, on campus is limited; as such persons without any disability are urged not to utilise these designated parking spots.

"The fundamental cure for poverty is not money, but knowledge."

Sir William Arthur Lewis

Sir William Arthur Lewis
(Our island's first of two Nobel Laureates)


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