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Guild Reps Having Fun

The Students’ Union is managed by the Guild Council and by extension the Union Committee Chairperson. The Union is the centre for student activities and entertainment. Contrary to some belief, the Students’ Union is more than just for beer limes and fetes. It’s the place for cultural experiences, and to relax and unwind after or during a stressful day of classes. You can “slam-a-dom”, shoot pool, tune into cable TV, play games or just take part in some interesting debates.
The Union is always a hive of activity during the semester and especially when the activities for the clubs, societies and faculties are scheduled.

Come, “BE KNOWN”. Your full participation is essential.

 

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Reach Us

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

 

Tel: (246) 417-4534
Fax: (246) 417-4535
Email: guildofstudents@cavehill.uwi.edu

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