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Vision 2025 - 21st Century Campus

Vision 2025: The University of Guam 21st Century Campus

University of Guam’s proposed Physical Master Plan is responds to 21st century needs combined with the goals of the University’s strategic initiatives. With your help, UOG’s physical facilities will be able accommodate the projected population of 5,000 students on-campus and another 5,000 online by 2025.

Triton Login

Triton Login

Logging into University of Guam IT resources.

Below are instructions for logging into IT online resources. Please note that for quicker login you can also access these login screens via the yellow "Login" button in the right hand corner of this website. Just click on the black arrow rather than the button and you will see a drop down list of all online IT resources.

Please call the UOG Computer Center Operations at 735-2635/30/40 for further assistance, if needed.

Research

Research @ UOG

Guam offers exciting research opportunities found no where else in the world.

Research at UOG is supported by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (OSPR). The OSPR supports faculty members and eligible University personnel to conduct research activities in collaboration with the various Micronesia colleges, as well as, select public and private agencies locally, nationally and internationally.

 

UOG to Graduate 236, Fall Commencement on December 22

UOG to Graduate 236, Fall Commencement on December 22

Commencement Features Keynote Speaker Esther Puakela Kia’aina, First Deputy Director, Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources.

 

Graduate Degrees

Graduate Degrees

The University of Guam offers a large selection of Masters degrees and majors

Find the degree that's right for you. Look through the programs we offer below.  For Graduate Admissions, Click Here.

Undergraduate Degrees

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Smoke Free UOG

#smokefreeuog
 
University of Guam is a
Tobacco Free and Smoke Free Campus
 

The Triton Story

Lacking the college tradition of having an appropriate “nickname,” and faced with the dilemma of sending a basketball team into the Navy League with little more to call them other than “COGS,” a faculty-student committee organized a name selecting election.

This committee eventually chose six names for consideration and ballots were placed in the Student Center.  The popular choice was TRITONS, and from this our own college tradition was born.  

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