Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What do I need to do to apply for Admission?
A. Submit the following items to the Admissions Office for a complete application:
ü Application Form (available at the Admissions Office or download at www.uog.edu)
ü $49 Fee (Please remit to the Business Office, Administration Bldg., on campus)
ü High School and/or College Transcripts (arrange for mailing directly from your school to UOG; if issuing institution is on Guam, transcript may be hand-carried)
ü Health Clearance (current immunizations)
Q. Do I need to take the SAT or ACT for admission? Or earn a certain GPA?
A. No. As an open-entry university, completion of twelve years of formal education is the only academic requirement for admission to UOG.
Q. When is the deadline for admissions?
A. Semester: Deadline Classes Start
Fall 1st week of June Mid August
Spring 2nd week of November Mid January
NOTE: (high school transcripts may be submitted after graduation)
Q. What’s the average cost for full-time enrollment per semester?
A. On average, the semester cost of tuition and fees for full-time students is approx. $3,754.
Q. Is financial assistance available to pay for these costs?
A. Definitely! At least 60% of our students qualify for one or more of the many scholarships, grants, and loans available at UOG. Approximately 60% qualify for federal financial assistance.
Q. What is National Student Exchange (“NSE”)?
A. After completing one year at UOG, we can arrange for you to attend one or two semesters at another U.S. college. All classes would count towards your degree at UOG, and you would be charged UOG tuition rates. This program is an excellent opportunity to experience college in Hawaii or the U.S. mainland.
Q. Why should I attend UOG?
A. UOG is a world of choices, here at home!