The best way to take part in the celebration is through using our hashtag—#SGUGrad.
Simply add it to your post. It will automatically appear on this page, and by clicking on it on any social media channel, you and your classmates will be able to see the excitement that’s going on around you.
Favorite SGU Memory
“I helped form the SGU SVM WAVMA chapter (World Aquatic Veterinary Medicine Association) and was in charge of organizing lionfish culls with local dive shops. We would then team up with the herpetology club and grill the lionfish we caught and the alligator meat they would purchase at the Brewery! Lionfish are invasive fish in Grenadian waters and all throughout the Caribbean, it’s important to try to control their population—by eating them!! WAVMA was super important in my time at SGU because it helped me decide on the career path I want to follow, which is aquatic veterinary medicine. I also met a lot of great people being apart of this club…especially my boyfriend!”
“Jumping off of the cliff in our white coats to celebrate the end of our time on the island.”
“The people — from ushering in my new colleagues on their first 2 days of school, as a PAWS facilitator, to bartending at every Student Government event.”
“Every time I went to Grand Anse beach with my friends and classmates, the times I went to Levera beach with Ocean Spirits to see the leatherbacks nesting, and the Sexy Legs Party of Fall 2018 ?(a Veterinary School charity created to raise money for stray dogs in Grenada).”
“My favorite SGU memory is making lifelong friendships and unforgettable memories. I loved exploring the beautiful island of Grenada and taking in all of the culture. I adopted my sweet pothound, the native dog of Grenada, during my second term, and I could not imagine going through life without him now. I was able to travel on a sailboat to the Tobago Cays to swim with sea turtles and while there, we stopped on the island of Petit Tabac, which is where Pirates of the Caribbean was filmed! Not only did I get to study to be a veterinarian, but I was able to have fun and enjoy life on a Caribbean island for three years.”
Messages from Faculty and Staff
Department of Large Animal Medicine and Surgery
Dr. Talia Guttin
Deputy Director, Fitness and Wellness Centre
Dr. Satesh Bidaisee
Associate Dean, School of Graduate Studies
Alumni Well Wishes
As an alumnus of St. George’s University, you are a valuable member of our family. We appreciate that you chose SGU as a launching point for your career, and our administration, faculty, and staff applaud your efforts, both to get where you are and where you’re going.
Although you are no longer with us in Grenada, we hope that you will stay involved with SGU, however you can.
Emily Turitto & Alexis Solis
SGU Alumni Association
The SGU School of Veterinary Medicine Alumni Association (SVMAA) welcomes you to its network of more than 1,800 alumni. As you embark on your career, join the SVMAA to stay in touch with the university and network with fellow alumni.
Proud SGU Parents
We thank and congratulate all of the parents who supported their child on the journey toward fulfilling their dream. Your guidance throughout their studies complemented your child’s drive to succeed, and now with their degree in hand, we join you in celebrating their incredible accomplishment. We salute all of our SGU parents for believing in and encouraging your child to reach this monumental day.
At SGU, we recognize the importance that parents play in their children’s lives and we want to know more about you. We invite you to join our SGU Parents Group to assist parents of future SGU students, currents students, and graduates.