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Campus Closed Due to COR 2

Officials at the University of Guam announce that the campus is closed due to the declaration of Condition of Readiness 2. Classes and activities on campus are postponed or cancelled until such time that the COR changes back to where the University may re-open. Please stay tuned to the local news media for any advisories.

UOG Remembers Senator Ben Pangelinan

The University of Guam joins the island in mourning the tremendous loss of former legislative Speaker, Ben Pangelinan, who worked tirelessly for the island and her people as a senator for over two decades. The well-respected leader and statesman was a strong advocate for higher education and the efforts of the University to fulfill its mission. He was also a dear friend to many in the UOG community who worked closely with him over the years.

Tango Theatres Brings Back "Ulitmate G" Combo

University of Guam Tango Theatres

UOG Names Enriquez Senior Vice President

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2014 Founders Day Gala

2014 Founders Day Gala

Froots Guam Partners with UOG for Third Year

MANGILAO, GUAM – FROOTS Restaurant Proprietor, Christine Baleto and UOG Endowment Executive Director, Mark Mendiola, proudly announced their Triton Business Partnership for the month of June.  FROOTS has created the Triton Wrap and Triton Shake exclusively for the University of Guam, which will only be available during June. 

“FROOTS is honored to partner up with the University of Guam for its third consecutive year and to create a wrap and shake to be available only during the month of its partnership,” said Ms. Baleto.

UOG Graduates 291 at Spring Commencement

The University of Guam Field House was filled nearly to capacity as the Spring 2014 Commencement Ceremonies recognized 291 prospective graduates, one the largest graduating classes in a single Commencement since UOG established Fall and Spring ceremonies in 1999. Combined with the graduates from Fall 2013, UOG has 523 graduates for Academic Year 2013-2014, making it one of the largest graduating classes in University history.

UOG to Graduate 302, Spring Commencement on May 25

Commencement Features Keynote Speaker Palau President Tommy Remengesau, Jr.

The University of Guam Spring 2014 Commencement Ceremonies will recognize 302 prospective graduates, one the largest graduating classes in a single Commencement since UOG established Fall and Spring ceremonies in 1999. Combined with the graduates from Fall 2013, UOG will have an expected 534 graduates for Academic Year 2013-2014, making it one of the largest graduating classes in University history.

Spring 2014 Commencement

UOG Graduates 291 at Spring Commencement

Commencement Featured Keynote Speaker Palau President Tommy Remengesau, Jr.

 

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