Visiting St. George’s University

For more than 40 years, St. George’s University students have pursued their education in Grenada not only within the walls of the classroom but alongside aspiring physicians, veterinarians, and other professionals from more than 140 countries. The Island of Spice has been the backdrop for their studies, with crystal-clear waters, lush terrain, and a vibrant culture.

Families and friends have visited as well, learning all about what it’s like to be an SGU student, participating in the array of activities available in Grenada, enjoying local cuisine, shopping, and exploring the beautiful island.

The Visiting Campus page is designed to help you plan your trip, with popular lodging accommodations, tourism stops, and leisure options—both on land and water. We hope you enjoy your visit.

Accommodations

No matter the size of your travel party or your budget, guests have a variety of lodging options to choose from during their visit. The below accommodations are only some of the choices available to you.

As a reminder, a valid passport is required for entry to the island nation of Grenada.

Welcome to True Blue Bay Boutique Resort, a family owned and operated hotel on the Caribbean island of Grenada. Located on the South Coast, this unique and colorful resort is set among tropical gardens and overlooks the spectacular waters of True Blue Bay.

True Blue Bay Resort

True Blue Bay Resort

Old Mill Road, True Blue,
St. George’s, Grenada
+1 (473) 443-8783
truebluebay.com

The hotel is located on the world-famous Grand Anse Beach in an enchanted Tropical Garden. Coyaba’s spacious lobby features a gift shop, library and Body Treatment Facilities.

Coyaba Beach Resort

Morne Rouge,
St. George’s, Grenada
+1 (473) 444-4129
http://www.coyaba.com/

Located on Spice Island, the Radisson Grenada Beach Resort offers the complete Caribbean experience with beachfront rooms, a rejuvenating spa, a dive shop and four island-themed restaurants on site.

Radisson Grenada Beach Resort - Caribbean Resort

Radisson Grenada Beach Resort

Grand Anse,
St. George’s, Grenada
+1 (473) 444-4371
http://www.radisson.com/st-george-hotel-gd/grdgrgr

Calabash Luxury Boutique Hotel & Spa combines five star service and luxury within a relaxed and intimate environment to create the ultimate Caribbean escape.

Calabash

L’anse aux Epines,
St. George’s, Grenada
+1 (473) 444 4334
http://www.calabashhotel.com/

Points of Interest

There is much to be discovered when exploring the island of Grenada. In addition to traditional Caribbean activities like snorkeling, hiking the rain forest and fishing, there are many must-see attractions on the island of Grenada, including the Grenada National Museum, Fort George, Fort Frederick, Seven Sisters Falls, Grenada Chocolate Company, Rhum Runner, River Antoine Rum Distillery and Annandale Falls.  The following website provides details on these and other attractions and is an excellent resource for your weekend plans:

www.grenadagrenadines.com

FAQs

Is a passport required?

Yes, a valid passport is required of all visitors when entering the country.

Is there a campus map?

Yes, click here to view the campus map.

Are guests able to ride SGU buses? Is a special pass required?

Campus guests require identification for riding the bus and gaining access to campus.

Is campus wheelchair-accessible?

St. George’s University makes every effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities. If you require disability accommodations, please contact us in advance.

Is there an ATM on campus?

Yes, an ATM can be found in the lower level of Charter Hall, opposite the basketball courts.

Where can we find SGU merchandise?

Head over to the SGU Bookstore (located at Founders Library) for a great selection of SGU items. You may also visit SGU’s online bookstore before, during, or after your visit.

Contact ProTravel, Inc., to Book Your Trip

There are many routes into Grenada and you can use any of the Internet-based companies or travel agents to help you. The University generally uses a travel agent who is knowledgeable about travel in the Caribbean. We offer her contact details as a convenience.

Ms. Regina Cadigan
ProTravel, Inc.
Regina.Cadigan@protravelinc.com
US/Canada: (516) 584-0550 ext. 0538
1 (800) 905-5470 ext. 0538