WAAST and AGGST’s central campus is located about five kilometers north of downtown Lomé, the capital of the Republic of Togo. It is easily accessible to the international airport. The campus covers about fifteen acres of land and includes a chapel, library, student dining hall, administration complex, dormitories for 200 students, classrooms, and faculty housing.
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The library is a modern, air-conditioned facility with computerized technical and Internet services. It contains approximately 26,000 volumes and 60 subscriptions to periodicals. A trained librarian and staff serve the faculty and student body.
Twenty modern desktop computers are available for WAAST students. A computer technician is available to assist the students with technical and printing needs.
At the beginning of each session, the business office operates a bookstore, which supplies all of the textbooks needed for the courses. On occasion used books or photocopies are provided when the text is out of print.
The administration complex is comprised of administrative and faculty offices, a faculty lounge, the business office, and the reception area.
The dormitories and apartments are equipped with wardrobe closets, beds, study tables and chairs, flush toilets, running water, and screened verandas.
African food is prepared and served in a lively and informal atmosphere. Mealtime is a time of peaceful relaxation and fellowship.
Located on the ground floor of the multipurpose building, across from the library, the student chapel hosts the chapel services and various prayer meetings held throughout the week.
Facilities are provided for volleyball, soccer, and basketball. Students are required to participate in physical activities twice each week.