University Support Services | Our Values
University Support Services | Our Values
University Support Services | Our Values

SERVING ST. GEORGE’S UNIVERSITY FOR ALMOST 40 YEARS AND COUNTING

USS is pivotal in positioning St. George’s University as a premiere higher education institution that grants degrees in medicine, veterinary medicine, as well as other degrees. Student-facing support is provided to St. George’s University students through our teams. 

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AN INCLUSIVE AND INNOVATIVE APPROACH FOUNDED ON OUR CORE VALUES

USS knows the transformative power of St. George’s University’s international student community, faculty and staff to serve the health and welfare needs of their communities.

Our teams are inspired by the values that help define us. We are:

  • STUDENT CENTRIC
  • A GLOBAL COMMUNITY
  • ACCOUNTABLE
  • COLLABORATIVE
  • COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE
BECOME A PART OF OUR TEAM TODAY
AN INCLUSIVE AND INNOVATIVE APPROACH FOUNDED ON OUR CORE VALUES

USS knows the transformative power of our international student community, faculty and staff to serve the health and welfare needs of their communities.

Our teams are inspired by the values that help define us. We are:

  • STUDENT CENTRIC
  • A GLOBAL COMMUNITY
  • ACCOUNTABLE
  • COLLABORATIVE
  • COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE
BECOME A PART OF OUR TEAM TODAY
James Brady-Mack

“I have always thought of USS as a family. When I visited Grenada and met the SGU team, that feeling even intensified as I realized we’re all working together for a common goal. I feel comfortable reaching out to anyone within the organization for help and guidance, which speaks volumes. It’s really important to me to be part of an organization where I feel supported and valued, but most of all, I really enjoy feeling that my opinions are being heard and that leadership uses my ideas to enhance the student experience. It’s also important to note that collaboration is always encouraged from management, across the entire organization. There are always opportunities to work with other departments to improve processes or implement new initiatives.”

James Brady-Mack