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Tuition, Fees, and Other Expenses

Tuition fees and other charges at the University of Guam are established by the Board of Regents. The charges listed in this catalog are those in effect at the time of publication and are subject to change by the Board.

Payments
UOG accepts cash, check, and/or credit card (MasterCard, VISA, American Express and other major credit cards.) Payments are accepted at Business Office (735-2923), Bursar’s Office (735-2940/3/5, or via web advisor at http://setbisiu.uog.edu.

Residency Rule
An applicant is classified as a resident or non-resident registrant for tuition purposes at the time an application and all supporting credentials have been received in the Office of Admissions. The classification is based upon information furnished by the student and from other relevant sources. A student may be classified as a resident student by providing documentation prior to the opening of the semester or term; (See Resident and Non-Resident Students).

 

Tuition Rates

FALL 2O13, SPRING AND SUMMER 2014

STATUSCost Per Credit UndergraduateCost Per Credit Graduate
RESIDENT$190$258
NON-RESIDENT$457

$589

AUDITING or CREDIT BY EXAM: Same as other courses.

 

 

Fees

FALL 2O13, SPRING AND SUMMER 2014

Registration$12.00$12.00
Student Services$44.00$24.00
Library Services$24.00$24.00
Student Activities$24.00$24.00
Health Services$12.00$12.00
Athletics$24.00$12.00
Computer Fee$24.00$24.00
Online Learning Fee$20.00$10.00
Field House$17.00$8.50
Internet$68.00$58.00

 

Undergraduate students taking 5 credits or less will be charged 50% of the student fee found in the current catalog for the regular fall and spring semesters. Undergraduate students taking 5 credits or less during the summer term inclusive of sessions, A, B, and C, would be assessed a flat fee of $99.25.

If a student’s financial obligations have not been met, the Office of Admissions and Records will not release transcripts, diploma or other official records of the student, and the student will not be permitted to register for further courses. The University will charge interest of 8.5% per annum on all debts not received by the payment deadline. Students will have to pay fees if their account is sent to a Collection Agency. Matters relating to the student’s financial obligations to the University should be referred to the Bursar’s Office (735-2940/3/5). The University may report students with unpaid accounts to a credit bureau and/or Department of Revenue and Taxation.

 

Payment Deadline
Payment deadlines are advertised each semester and during the summer terms in the Course Schedule advertisement. Please refer to current course schedule for payment deadlines.
 
Cancellation Fee
If you register for a class and later decide to drop or withdraw from class(es), you will be charged a cancellation fee as follows: