Religious & Cultural


The AFCSA was established to facilitate interactions among African people, people of African descent, and people who identify with Africa at SGU. AFCSA aims to serve as a medium that advances the interests of Africans at the University, and displays the beauty of the African culture to the community.



The APAMSA is an organization devoted to spreading awareness and visibility of Pan-Asian culture at St. George's Schools of Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Public Health, Undergraduate Studies, and the various professional Schools with the goal of increasing the diversity of experiences of the student body and the island of Grenada.  We are an all-inclusive organization and welcome anybody interested in learning more about Asian culture and being involved with the community of St. George's and the island of Grenada.



The mission of CanSA is that of information.  While all of us should be focusing mainly on our education while we are here in the Caribbean, very few of us know what awaits us after we have completed our two years of Basic Sciences.  As Canadians, we have special circumstances for our clinical years that many of the other students don't face, whether they be either American or from another Nation.  While it is possible for any one person to find all of the information that is required of a Canadian student progress, which is what former students had to do on their own, this is a very tedious and time-consuming process.  Worse yet is finding out what we can do for residency and licensing as both Canadian and U.S. policies are changing each year.

This is why CanSA was revived.  Our members are now spreading the workload of information gathering not on the shoulders of 1 individual but amongst a group.  Not only does this make it easier for every student to make informed decisions but it also draws us close as a community and gives us one voice of Unity.  As a unified community, rather than many single voices, we will be able to make a stronger case on matters such as policy changes regarding Canadians with International Medical Degrees and residency spots.



The Caribbean Students’ Association will be a focus at St. George’s University community and shall serve as an information and support center for students of all origins, with a prime focus on Caribbean origins and interest in Caribbean cultural diversity and affairs.



Christian Students Association (CSA) is a body of Christian believers seeking to cultivate a community of worship, commitment to prayer, preaching and studying the Word, the celebration of the sacraments, and fellowship across gender, race, age, culture, and class. We aim to equip loving, giving, growing Christians to reach out with the good news of Jesus Christ by evangelizing the lost and ministering to those in need. We have services every Sunday, 11am at Patrick Adams Hall. The services are composed of a time for worship, a Biblical message given by a member of our leadership team, and a time of prayer and fellowship at the end. In addition to our Sunday services, we have numerous Bible studies throughout the week so there's always a way to get connected.



The Catholic Students Organization of St. George's University is an established religious organization of the St. George's University Student Government Association. Our goal is to provide non-academic, spiritual support to the Catholic Students, faculty, administration, staf and all other interested members of the SGU community. Such support is inclusive of, but not limited to, services for all major Catholic holidays and celebrations and social events that coincide with the Catholic Church Liturgical Year. The CSO is committed to providing students with the appropriate resources for all CSO sponsored events. The CSO does not discriminate based on race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, color or nationality or other personal beliefs.



The Indian Cultural Student Association is a space for students to interact with and learn more about our vibrant and diverse cultures. Our aim is to provide support and a sense of comfort to Indian students away from home and to anyone interested in ICSA. This community will be responsible for celebrating the rich culture of India through events and activities. ICSA is a safe place for any individual with Indian roots to connect with other members of the organization and is committed to have the doors open to any interested student, irrespective of origin.



Continuing a Jewish lifestyle may appear to be a difficult endeavor whilst in school, however, the Jewish Student Association (JSA) of St. George's University opens its arms to all, to continue your Jewish heritage, to learn about Judaism and share your academic interests. JSA has a tight-knit relationship with Chabad Grenada, led by Rabbi Baruch Rozmarin, the Rabbi of SGU. Chabad Grenada hosts weekly Shabbat services, every Friday at 7 pm, and holiday celebrations. Chabad Grenada's doors are always open for the Jewish students of SGU. A Chabad lounge is located on campus on the top floor of St. George's Hall.



We, the international students from South Korea of St.George’s University (SGU), wish to share our cultural heritage with our university and, cooperating with International Students Office (ISO) of SGU, contribute to the process of assimilation for Korean students to the larger campus community; we do hereby organize ourselves into an association and establish this constitution declaring its powers and responsibilities.



The term LatinX is inclusive of identities beyond gender, race, and culture. The mission of the St. George’s University LatinX Student Association is to cultivate a community that embodies the diverse population of students across SGU and create a home away from home. As an organization, we aim to share our vast heritage, traditions, and culture with each other and with the entire SGU and local Grenadian community through multicultural, comprehensive, philanthropic and innovative events. Furthermore, the organization seeks to promote camaraderie amongst our SGU peers and empower all students to achieve cultural competency.



Allah¬-willing, SGU MSA’s purpose is to serve the Islamic community of SGU by providing functions and services to further Muslim life on and off campus. This includes, but is not limited to: spiritual and worship services, social networking, and academic support, within the arrangements of the SGU Honor Code, and the SGU MSA Constitution.



Persian Cultural Society is a club with the goal of introducing Iranian culture to students and faculty of St. George’s University (SGU) in addition to supporting the Persian community at SGU. This goal will be achieved by holding club meetings and major events throughout the terms. Smaller activities and gatherings will also be planned with the purpose of bringing the community together, supporting the new incoming students, making new friends, and developing mentorship.



The Seventh-day Adventist Students Organization is comprised of Seventh-day Adventist students and staff from around the world. Members range in nationality from the Caribbean region to the African, North and South American continents. Membership in the organization transcends the barriers of religious affiliation. Our mission is to foster the social and spiritual growth of students through fellowship and to proclaim the love of God and the second coming of Jesus Christ by the way we live. Our vision is to be a perpetual light reflecting God's truth to the wider community. All are welcome to join and share in the life changing experience that is the Seventh-day Adventist Students Organization.



The Orthodox Church is the oldest church in the Christian history. It is rich in its sacraments, rituals and teachings. SJOC welcomes all Orthodox Christian Students as well as any other interested members. Our aim is to gain spiritual, social and personal growth. The club's mission is summarized by what St. John the Beloved said, "Behold, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another" (1 John 4:11).



The Sikh Student Association (SSA) at St. George's University aims to provide an opportunity to members of the SGU community to come together in a supportive and healthy environment to spread awareness of Sikh religion. This organization encompasses the main beliefs of Sikhism such as community service and equality. Everyone, regardless of their religious beliefs, are welcome to the club and are encouraged to join in various activities such as weekly prayer and biannual Langar night.