UTech Students' Union

The UTech Jamaica Students' Union Council consists of appointed and elected representatives
committed to bridging the gaps between the student body, the University, and the broader
community. The council undertakes initiatives aimed at fostering change through cultural
enrichment, student development, financial support, and community outreach..Join this Year's Council as we Re-Focus, Re-Structure & Re-Energize. 

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Our Commitment

The UTech Ja. Students' Union Council is dedicated to championing the rights and interests of our constituents. In pursuit of this objective, we prioritize robust student advocacy, addressing not only your academic advancement but also your holistic development.

First Class Flight !

Rick Darby President UTech Students' Union

"In a world where you can be anything ...Be Kind"

Keishawna Roberts 1st Vice President, Academic Affairs, Clubs and Societies

To serve and represent

Romaine Campbell Vice President, Finance

To serve and represent

Barrington Grey Vice President, Student Services

”If you can’t be the best be among the best”

Shamir Martin Vice President, Public Relations

To serve and represent

Annecia Gordon Executive Secretary

'Embrace all tasks gracefully and work at them meticulously~ I can do all things through Christ'

Kaveen Johnson President's Advisor

'Embrace all tasks gracefully and work at them meticulously~ I can do all things through Christ'

Shaquille Blair Advisor to the 1st Vice President, Academic Affairs, Clubs and Societies

To serve and Represent

Siphany Walters Special Advisor to the VP Student Services

To serve and Represent

Kyle Watson President's Assistant 1

You will never know your full potential until you leave your comfort zone.

Shanelle Ragbar President's Assistant 2

"Empowering you with the tools of tomorrow, today!"

Percival Roberts School of Computing and Information Technology Representative

To serve and Represent

Tejaye Stevens School of Engineering Representative

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Joval Wilkinson School of Business and Management Representative

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Jahiem Anderson School of Building and Land Management Representative
Jahiem Anderson

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Joel Banton Joint Colleges of Medicine, Oral Health & Veterinary Sciences Representative

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Keyshawn Williams International Students Representative

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Sonji Wright Graduate Students' Representative

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Abigail Allen School of Hospitality and Tourism Management Representative

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Oshaunae Williams College of Health Sciences Representative

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Reanna Shakespeare Faculty of Education and Liberal Studies Representative
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Shahine Facey Faculty of Law Representative
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Daequan Ingram Faculty of Science and Sport Representative
Daequan Ingram

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Kressan Barnes Residents' Representative

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Jinelle Charles Caribbean School of Architecture Representative

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Enroy Madourie Western Chairperson

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Daniel Donaldson Director of Community Service

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Melinda Levy Director of Spiritual Development

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Maurice Thomas Editor in Chief

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Andre Gunter Director of Health and Safety

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Hackeem Biley Director of Entertainment and Cultural Affairs

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Lenroy Wittingham Director of Special Projects
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Tahjaye Lindsay Director of Sport
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Jayda Ragbar Director of Electoions and Regulatory Affairs


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Clubs and Societies

View all registered clubs and Societies registered for the Academic year 2023/24

The Aviation Club of Jamaica – UTECH Chapter welcomes you to one of the University of Technology’s newest club. This club is a chapter of a larger network formulated for students who are interested in aviation, whether as an enthusiast or with the desire to become an aviation professional. As a member of our club, you will gain knowledge on and experience within the Aviation Industry through our various activities in club meetings and through our various internal and external club programs. These programs provide the opportunity for our members to network with other aviation professionals and build a mentoring relationship as well as gain access to training and scholarship programs. Through these programs, our members have access to a path that transitions them from an Aviation Enthusiast to an Aviation Professional.

The Aviation Club of Jamaica – UTECH Chapter Samuel Neil -Founder & President

Welcome to the UTech Chess Club family! We are thrilled to have you join our passionate community of chess enthusiasts. Whether you are a seasoned grandmaster or just starting to explore the world of chess, we believe you will find a warm and welcoming home here. It's an excellent opportunity to test your skills, learn from others, and, most importantly, have fun. Your feedback and ideas are invaluable as we strive to create the best possible chess club experience for all our members. Once again, welcome to the UTech Chess Club. We can't wait to meet you at our next gathering and share in the joy of chess together. Let's make this journey memorable and fulfilling for everyone involved. Our club is not just about the game; it's about the people who make it special. Checkmate awaits!

UTech Knights Chess Club Christopher Davis -Vice President

Greetings! Welcome to the 2023/24 academic year. I'm Christina Lawrence, the president of the UCCF Club at the western campus. Our club is a Christian-based society dedicated to strengthening students' spiritual growth. It's open to all, not just Christians, but also anyone seeking to know Christ better. Our motto, "TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE HIM KNOWN," reflects our commitment to evangelism and spreading the Gospel. As we embark on this new year, let's carry with us the wisdom of St. Matthew 5:14-16: "You are the light of the world. A city on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a candle and hide it; they let it shine to illuminate the house. Let your light shine before others, so they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven." Wishing you an exceptional year with God's strength!

Universities & Colleges Christian Fellowship Christina Lawrence - Club President

The University of Technology Actuarial Science Club is a club that centers our meetings around three primary aspects: life lessons(adulting), fun activities, and core Actuarial/Math concepts. These aspects mean we have each meeting centered around something differently each week. Despite being the Actuarial Science Club we usually organize meetings in a way that students from other majors can join, participate and enjoy our meetings, especially those from any business or math related majors. As a club we try to help students in each area of life development, ie, academically, socially and as a general stress reliever from the pressure of academic struggles.

Acturial Science Club Club President

The Jamaica Business and Economics Society of Tomorrow (JBEST), affiliated with the University of Technology, Jamaica's School of Business Administration, is an energetic student organization. We aim to build a dynamic community of students passionate about business, economics, and finance. Our initiatives not only educate but also kindle enthusiasm in these domains. JBEST's mission is to cultivate entrepreneurial thinking and empower the next generation of business leaders. Throughout our seven-year journey, we've maintained our core mission while evolving our path. The current executive team is dedicated to reinvigorating JBEST for a future marked by excellence and innovation. Our key goals encompass mentoring business and economics students, forging international connections, arranging trips, recognizing members' achievements, hosting professional speakers, and facilitating workshops for professional growth. In essence, JBEST's growth will enhance networking, mentorship, and knowledge in the business and economic spheres.

The Jamaica Business and Economics Society of Tomorrow Club President

The USUC Constitution

 The UTech Students’ Union Constitution is more than just a document; it’s a blueprint for student leadership, representation, and advocacy. The constitution outlines the rights, responsibilities, and structures that underpins the Counci’s activities. From defining the powers of elected officers to outlining procedures for decision-making.  

General FAQs

The current President of the UTech Ja. Students' Union Council is Mr.Rick Darby

The role of your student representative is to coordinate events at the school/faculty/college level. Additionally they represent  and act as a liasion between the school and students at various boards and mass meetings.

Members of the Student Union Council are not staff. They are elected and appointed representatives who are students of the University who advocate for student wellfare.

To become a councillor you need to either run in the general election for a representative or executive  position or apply to become director or advisor