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Student organisations and activities are a vital part of University life and are organised and controlled through the Guild of Students.


There are academic societies catering to the special interests of students as well as artistic and cultural societies; service and religious clubs, sports clubs and island associations.

Involvement in Campus activities is your opportunity to build friendships and to make your 'mark' and contribute to your personal growth and development and to the development of this honourable institution.

The Student Societies are coordinated by the Inter-Clubs Committee while the Games Committee co-ordinates the sporting activities available. For more information, call the Guild of Students office at (246) 417-4534/5.

Below is a list of Societies and Clubs that you are invited to participate in. They are grouped by Category.

Go to Societies and Clubs for : Integration || Outreach || Academic



To promote integration amongst the different island territories on campus, the Integration sub-committee was introduced. Students can use this outlet to make a small contribution to the integration process taking place in our region today.
Antigua & Barbuda Students’ Association (ABSA)
The Association of Bahamian Students (TABS)
Barbados Students’ Association (BSA)
Belize Students’ Association (BELSAC)
Combined Territories Association (Combined)
Dominican Students’ Association (DOMSAC)
Grenada Students’ Association (GRENSAC)
Guyanese Students’ Association (GUYSA)
Jamaica Association of Students (JASAC)
St. Lucian Students’ Association (LUSAC)
St. Kitts & Nevis Students’ Association (SKINSA)
Trinidad & Tobago’s Students’ Association (TTSA)
St. Vincent Student Association(VINSA)


Through service and religious associations on campus the Guild of students hopes to foster a spirit of philanthropy amongst students while making a fair contribution to society.
Advent Fellowship
Campus Crusade for Christ
Catholic Students Movement
Circle K
Islamic Society
University College Christian Fellowship (UCCF)


Facilitates the discussions and interactions of students from varying backgrounds, to foster a greater appreciation for the academic disciplines on campus
Law Society
Political Science Student's Association
Young Economists' Association
Debating Society

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Have more questions?
Talk to our Guild Office, The Andrew Gordon Lewis Building


Tel: (246) 417-4534
Fax: (246) 417-4535

Office Hours:
Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m