I have returned from a marathon visit to several Caribbean schools; some very good and some not so great. But, they all have more than two rented rooms and are paying their professors. I know of two former classmates who started over at Lublin in Poland in the last month. Here is my best advice for the Caribbean:
(1) If you did only first semester at MUA-B like me, START OVER. If you have near a 3.0 undergrad, consider AUC, MUA Nevis-both nice campuses and strong academics. You can get FFEL loans at AUC but it is more expensive than Nevis. SGU and Saba are almost impossible to get into these days but worth a try-I think one former classmate might be there. Ross has a big, nice campus on a third world island. You will have to struggle for a classroom seat with about 300 others-also you can get FFEL loans. These are all the better schools with accreditations; you will get strong instruction and have a future.
(2) If you have St. Chris baggage and only did second or thrid semester at MUA-B, I also recommend that you start over, somewhere.
(3) If you are further along and don't want to start over, the following will take you with a grade report or the promise of a transcript
AUA, St. Martinus
No questions asked: Spartan, IAU (both on St. Lucia-IAU is small and rents six or so rooms in a big bldg, Spartan has an actual large bldg and small library), St. James, All Saints or Xavier
I called CAHSU if you want to venture to Belize-same deal, no questions asked.
GOOD LUCK TO ALL, Yossarrian