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Development and Alumni Affairs

About Alumni Affairs

Welcome Home Tritons!

The activities of the University of Guam’s Office of Development and Alumni Affairs aim to strengthen the relationships between UOG and its alumni and students, government entities, and the community. Through engagement and education, these relationships may lead towards opportunities that will benefit all parties. The office assists in the planning, development, and administrative activities that will stimulate and cultivate support and overall advancement for the success of the University.                                                                                                                                                        

 

Objectives:

1). To maintain and update the alumni database to include current contact information and the status of alumni

2). To support the President's Fundraising Initiatives and collaborate with the UOG Endowment Foundation's fundraising efforts.  

3). To strengthen relationships and engagement with alumni by providing information about UOG events and progress through on-line publications, social media, and the UOG website. 

4). To encourage the formation and growth of UOG Alumni Association chapters on Guam, USA, CNMI and Micronesia.

 

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Share your accomplishments with us!

We are interested in sharing your accomplishments with the rest of the University of Guam community. Tell us about the important events in your life, your accomplishments and awards you have received. We may even publish your good news in University Magazine! Click here to fill out the contact form, or email analistan@triton.uog.edu.

Questions or Comments?

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 671-735-2586 or email: analistan@triton.uog.edu.

Tritons Through the Decades Video

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