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Follow these SIX Easy Steps to become a UOG Triton!

  1. Apply online or download a printable application (Adobe Acrobat required)
  2. Submit official high school and/or college transcript directly from issuing institution.*
  3. Submit health requirements (updated within 6 months for PPD, MMR 1 & 2).
  4. Submit proof of residency (refer to Residency Policy CY2012-2013 pg.32).
  5. Take UOG’s English and Math placement tests (see placement exam schedule).
  6. Register for Classes online using WebAdvisor (academic advisement is required prior to registration).


Mail applications, transcripts and other documents to:

Admissions and Records Office
University of Guam
UOG Station, Mangilao
Guam 96923

*if the issuing institution is on island, you may hand carry the documents.


If you are a former student (students who have missed one semester or more of classes at UOG) and would like to return and continue your degree program, DO NOT APPLY ONLINE. Instead, please download and fill-out a re-entry form. Please read page 2 of the form for former student admission requirements.  Submit your completed form to the Admissions and Records Office, located at the Field House.


Transfer Credit Policy

All degree level courses completed, along with the grades, will be recorded on the University of Guam transcript with the credits accepted for transfer indicated. The recording procedures will be determined by the Office of Admission and Records and will be planned to provide information for academic advisement as soon as possible.

Credits earned from other institutions are evaluated for transfer on the basis of a minimum of 2.0 (C) and the maximum hours allowed are assigned on this basis. A student’s grade-point standing at the University will, at any point in time, be based on all academic work attempted at the University of Guam and at the institution(s) from which the student transferred. As a condition for meeting graduation requirements of the University, students must have the minimum overall GPA prescribed by their college, which in no case is lower than 2.0, and must have a 2.0 (C) average in their required major courses.

Students requesting evaluation of credits from unaccredited institutions which are not listed in directories such as Accredited Institutions of Post-Secondary Education, must submit a copy of the school catalog (and, if necessary, supportive information from the school’s registrar) in order to have their credits evaluated. Credit acceptance will be based on the recommendations of the UOG Department offering similar courses when requested 45 by the Office of Admissions and Records. Furthermore, students must earn thirty (30) semester hours at the University before an evaluation can be made. Lower-division transfer courses that are equated to upper-division courses at UOG do not carry upperdivision credits at UOG, even though they may satisfy certain UOG upper-division course requirements. 


For more information, contact: 

Angie Anthonio

Admissions Supervisor


International Students (Foreign institutions)


Patty Aguon

New Transfer Students



New freshmen, new transfer students (from regional institutions), new non-degree students, special students and high school students (Advanced High and Dual Enrollment) are handled by the following:


Cynthia Borja

(A – L)


 Desiree Aguon

(M – Z)