Office of Financial Aid
 

School of Arts and Sciences

Scholarships

The University offers a wide variety of institutional scholarships designed to recognize academic excellence and provide access to the best and brightest students regardless of circumstance. In addition to University-Sponsored Scholarships, we have worked to procure unique scholarship opportunities for our students.

Undergraduate Scholarship Programs for Full-time or Part-time Students
St. George’s University offers partial-tuition scholarships to citizens of CARICOM countries who otherwise, due to financial constraints, could not attend the School. The following scholarship programs are only for attendance in the undergraduate programs at St. George’s University.

  • Caribbean Undergraduate Scholarship Program
    The Caribbean Undergraduate Scholarship Program (CUSP) offers partial-tuition scholarships to CARICOM resident citizens that can reduce the amount of tuition for undergraduate studies by up to 65%. Awards for the CUSP are for the duration of the undergraduate program.
  • Grenadian Partnership Award
    The Grenadian partnership Award Program (GPA) offers a partial tuition scholarship to resident Grenadian citizens who demonstrate financial need. Awards are only given to students who are matriculating into a degree program in the School of Arts & Sciences. The GPA awards can range from 75% up to 91% of the full tuition charged by the University. GPA Awards are for the duration of the undergraduate program.
  • Employee Scholarship Program
    Partial scholarships are awarded to employees and their dependents for the first 30 undergraduate credits taken, as long as their employment with the University continues.
    Undergraduate Scholarship Application
    Contact: FAID@sgu.edu

Commonwealth Jubilee Scholarship Program
The Commonwealth Jubilee Scholarship Program, commemorating the 60 years of the Queen's reign as the Head of the Commonwealth of Nations, provides for 60 full-tuition scholarships to be awarded to citizens of Commonwealth nations. Fifteen scholarships are available for bachelor's degree stduents in the School of Arts and Sciences.

To Apply:
A prospective scholarship candidate must be a resident citizen of a Commonwealth country, have been accepted to St. George’s University, and submit an essay detailing how this award will ultimately benefit the development of his/her country. The scholarship application and essay must be submitted by the following deadlines:

  • The deadline for the August class is June 1 
  • The deadline for the January class is November 1

A Commonwealth Jubilee Scholarship Committee established by the University awards the scholarships. The scholarship funds tuition only.  Students must have a financial plan in place to fund living and travel expenses through their own personal resources or alternative funding sources.

Download the St. George’s University, Grenada, Commonwealth Jubilee Scholarship application.

Contact: admissionscholarhips@sgu.edu or fax +1 631-665-8623

Caribbean Visionary Scholarship
The Caribbean Visionary Scholarship seeks to make tertiary education possible for some of the region’s top scholars who might otherwise be unable to attend university. Recipients, who must be CARICOM citizens, will be able to utilize these full and partial tuition scholarships in order to pursue one of the undergraduate degrees within the School of Arts and Sciences at SGU.

Contact: Donalyn Modeste, dmodeste@sgu.edu 1(473)444-4680 Ext 3029

Grenadian Government Scholarships
Scholarships are awarded annually to Grenadian citizens. Applicants must have been accepted into the University by the Committee on Admission, nominated by the Scholarship Selection Panel, and awarded by the Grenadian Government. The scholarships provide full tuition and administrative fees.