Almost the whole SGU, along with Grenada is on Facebook. It's a great way to find out what's going on in the community and also a great way to connect to fellow students and significant others.
*SGU Menu Pages
Up to date information on everything you need to know about food in Grenada. Restaurants frequently post special deals and events and tune in on rants and raves from SGU students/community.
*SGU Office of Financial Aid
Updates and information provided to you by the office of Saint George's University.
*SGU Photography Club
An SGU club filled with students coming from different backgrounds and expertise. Learn, teach, discover Grenada through club field trips, get hands on experience while building your portfolio through volunteering to photograph school events.
*SGU Survivor Group
The purpose of this group is to make the learning experience and Grenada life much easier and enjoyable. Students post study notes, links, updates on activities, events, questions, group study formation, etc.
*Significant Others of SGU
A wonderful supportive community composed of loved ones who have chosen to come along with their students to Grenada. Find out important information for your family members including school and health information. Connect with other significant others and venture out throughout Grenada. Get updates on field trips and events.
*Real Value IGA Shoppers- Grenada
The main grocery store on the island. They carry the most imported goods, tailored to the likes of students. Conveniently located along SGU bus route. Join group for updates on business hours and find out how to join raffle give-aways during holidays. At times, milk and eggs may run out. Save time and find out through group page. Group is overseen by an IGA employee. He really great in getting back to questions. Update the whole community on product availability.
*SGU Safety Forum
A forum for the discussion of safety issues related to all SGU students and staff. Post news on theft, health concerns, provide tips on safety- running and walking home late night. Get up to date information and phone numbers to security.
*SGU Orphanage Student Organization
An SGU group with a passion for the orphans of Grenada. In addition to hosting beach days and holiday parties, the OSO also helps to address medical, academic, and other basic needs of the children. Well known amongst the SGU student community. Students often involve themselves with the OSO to contribute a helping hand while taking a mental break from SGU work. Join group for more information on how to volunteer your time.
*SO Limes After School Program
A wonderful program designed to help the underprivileged kids in the area by helping them with homework, providing snack, playing games and comply giving them the love and attention some of them don't otherwise receive. Meet T,Th in the Limes field, Grand Anse (in back of gas station) 3-5pm. I've personally worked with this group and had nothing but rewarding experiences. These kids are intelligent and loveable. You will find yourself having a hard time leaving them after every meet up. Build teaching experience by implementing your own activity and study plans and later receive a lettler documenting your hours.
*SO's of SGU Recipe Swap
SOs gather and share food advice and recipes using ingredients found in Grenada.
*Grenada's Hash House Harriers
Every other Saturday, at precisely 1600 hours, a motley group of assorted runners and walkers assemble at a previously designated rum shop, somewhere in Grenada.
After an initial briefing by their leader (known as The Hash Master) they set off in the bush, shouting ON ON.
They follow a trail of flour or shredded paper which takes the “pack” through some of the most attractive parts of the island and they return to the rum shop a couple of hours later to consume large quantities of beer and undo all the good that this running and walking has done to them. Are these people mad? The “Grand Inquisitor” of the Grenada Hash House Harriers, long time resident of Grenada John Albanie, endeavours to explain.