Clubs & Organizations
The Athletics Club
The Business Club
Fraternal Ascendency Movement (FAM)
National Society of Leadership and Success
Saucy Dance Club
The Science Club
The Social Work Society
Student Christian Movement
For additional information, contact:
Mrs. Autherine Turnquest-Hanna
Assistant Director, Campus Life
Phone: (242) 688-5900
- FLM Catering (Mrs. Leanette Bright)
Cooked Foods, Salads, Sandwiches, Wraps
Monday – Thursday: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
- Healthy Delights (Mr. Roland Ferguson)
Smoothies, Salads, Sandwiches, Wraps
Monday – Thursday: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Friday: Hours Vary.
- Student Government Snack Shop
Drinks, Snacks (Cookies, Chips, Candy Bars, Patties, etc.)
Monday – Thursday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Friday: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Department of Housing and Residential Life
University of The Bahamas-North
P.O. Box F- 42766
General Instructions and Application Form
OVERVIEW OF ON-CAMPUS HOUSING
Hawksbill Hall, on-campus housing, is a two-minute walk away from classrooms at UB-North. Suites are fully furnished with air-conditioned bedrooms. Each suite is equipped with two single and two double rooms, two bathrooms and a small sitting area, to accommodate a total of six students. An additional suite, which is disabled friendly, can house up to four students. Student residents have daily access to a 24-hr. computer lab, and a coin-operated laundry facility. The residential campus is gated with 24-hr. security and surveillance cameras.
Although any student may apply, preference will be given to Family Island students and students residing in the Eastern and Western districts of Grand Bahama, who are under 21 years of age.
The Office of Residence Life cannot guarantee a particular assignment, but consideration will be given on a case-by-case basis under extraordinary circumstances.
To be eligible for on-campus housing, students must:
- Be full-time (enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester)
- Maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.00
- Submit a completed application form
Once approved, students must:
- Submit a completed medical form to the Campus Nurse by 30thSeptember for admission in the Fall or 31stJanuary for admission in the Spring
- Provide immunization records proving vaccinations for Measles, Mumps and Rubella
- Print or type information
- Completed application must be signed by parent/guardian if student is under 18 years of age
- Completed application must be submitted to the Department of Housing and Residential Life
- Rental payment must be made at the Business Office after application has been approved by the Assistant Director, Housing and Residential Life.
- A Room Condition Form must be completed before moving into the residence and upon vacating an assigned space.
- Keys are to be returned at the end of the academic year or upon vacating assigned space.
- Upon receipt of payment of the one-time refundable housing deposit, keys are to be collected from the Department of Housing and Residential Life.
- A satisfactory Room Condition Form, singed by the Assistant Director, Housing and Residential Life is required to receive deposit upon vacating assigned space.
OVERVIEW OF HOUSING APPLICATION PROCESS (UB-North)
Step 1: Complete the Application for Housing University of The Bahamas-North
Step 2: Submit completed application along with all required documents to the office of Housing and Residential Life, UB-North, P. O. Box F-42766, Freeport, Grand Bahama or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to the academic challenges associated with their programmes of study, students cope with social and personal challenges as well, such as developing meaningful relationships, changing family dynamics, stress and anxiety. Our Department of Student Counselling is dedicated to helping students manage these challenges. Services include academic counselling and decision making, interpersonal counselling, career assessment, resume writing and interviewing skills and crisis intervention. All sessions are confidential.
For additional information, contact Mrs. Gladys Sawyer at (242) 688-5917 or email@example.com
All registered UB students are automatic members of SGA and are entitled to all rights pertaining thereto. Members are bound by the SGA constitution and bye-laws and are required to observe and comply with its provisions. Members have the right to:
- vote or cast a ballot in any or all referenda, elections, or general SGA meetings;
- attend, speak and make submissions at all SGA Senate meetings subject to the rules and regulations of the Senate as stipulated in the SGA constitution and bye-laws;
- reasonable access and use of SGA facilities subject to the rules and regulations governing access and use.
The Executive Branch is responsible for the day-to-day operations and administration of SGA and serves as the representative of SGA in the internal and external community, has oversight of all student clubs and/or organizations and ensures that all provisions of the Constitution are executed. SGA elections are held every year on 31st March.
University of The Bahamas-North Branch
Division Vice President: Wentworth Donaldson, B.B.A., Accounting
Deputy Division Vice President: Ariel Seymour, B.Ed., Primary Certification: Option C: Special Education
Division Secretary General: Laquay Vil, B.B.A., Accounting
Division Director of Finance: Tyler Smith, B.B.A., Accounting
Division Director of Public Relations: Orthnell Dames, B.B.A., Marketing
Division Senator: Tyeshia Lewis, B.Ed., Primary Certification: Option C: Special Education
Division Senator: Denzanique McPhee, B.B.A., Administrative Office Management
Student parking is located in the eastern parking lot in the double gated area. Posted signs mark the entrance to the lot. There is NO student parking in front of the building.