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Dr. Anita Borja Enriquez
Senior Vice President and Provost,
Academic & Student Affairs
The University is committed to our mission: Ina, Deskubre, Setbe – To Enlighten, To Discover, To Serve. As a U.S. Land Grant institution of higher learning, the University of Guam prides itself on being a relevant, diverse, and premier regionally accredited American university strategically situated in Micronesia and the crossroads of Asia and the Pacific to deliver public value. Our strategic intent is to ensure student success through our quality programs and comprehensive student support services, and to expose our students to unique value-added experiences and academic rigor that strengthen the overall meaning and quality of your undergraduate or graduate degree.
As you browse our website, you’ll get a sense of what makes the UOG community so vibrant. We hope you will take advantage of course-related or student-related travel experiences, research opportunities with faculty or research centers, course-based service learning and engaging opportunities to build your personal portfolio and maximize your quality experiences with us. Learn about the myriad of student organizations at our Student Life Office, and participate in any one or a combination of them. Program specific internships, research projects, leadership conferences, and clinical and capstone experiences will also serve to strengthen your overall professional development within your respective degree program.
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The success of students, both in their academic training and professional endeavors, is at the heart of a UOG education. UOG is proud of the thousands of alumni who have put their degrees to productive use and who have fashioned their own success stories. Among them are the regional leaders, public and private sector employees, and business owners, who attribute the solid education and nurturing atmosphere of UOG as the underpinning for their value-added transformation from student to professional.
Our institutional priority is to promote a very positive student experience that focuses on your successful academic and student success while at UOG and beyond our campus borders. Take advantage of our professional Counseling staff at the Enrollment Management and Student Success (EMSS) Division located within the Student Center, as well as your college or school faculty advisors and advisement specialists. They, along with your EMSS Dean and your college or school Dean and faculty, are here to provide guidance and support along your academic journey and learn about the plethora of tutoring, mentoring, scholarships, and other opportunities to optimize value while at UOG.
Anita Borja Enriquez, DBA
Senior Vice President and Provost
Academic & Student Affairs
Dr. Anita Borja Enriquez is the Senior Vice President and Provost for Academic and Student Affairs at the University of Guam. She oversees the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, the College of Natural and Applied Sciences, the School of Health, the School of Education, the School of Business and Public Administration, Enrollment Management and Student Services, Learning Resources, the Computer Center, the Center of Excellence for Developmental Disabilities Education Research and Service, as well as Sponsored Programs and Research. Dr. Enriquez is the University's liaison to the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, our regional accrediting body.
A former Dean of the School of Business and Public Administration, corporate planning and development manager, and management consultant, Dr. Anita Borja Enriquez established her first business at the age of 19. She secured over $1 million in technical assistance grants from the U.S. Dept. of Commerce Economic Development Administration to establish the UOG Pacific Center for Economic Initiatives, the Defense Logistics Agency to establish the Guam Procurement Technical Assistance Center, the U.S. Small Business Administration to establish the new Guam Veterans Business Outreach Center, and the Department of the Interior Office of Insular Affairs to launch the “Buy Local Guam” marketing educational campaign.
Dr. Enriquez is founding Vice President of the Guam Women’s Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Vice President of Guampedia Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors, and Director of Foundations for the Rotary Club of Tumon Bay Board of Directors, and serves on the Pacific Islands Small Business Development Center Advisory Board, Guam-Micronesia Mission Education Board, Guam Visitors Bureau’s Administrative and Legislative Affairs Committee, and Guam Procurement Advisory Council. She holds professional memberships with International Economic Development Council, U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce, and the California Association of Local Economic Developers. She has served on the Junior Achievement Board of Directors, the Guam Chamber of Commerce Small Business Focus and Development Committee, and founding Vice President of Guam Marketing Association.
Dr. Enriquez won the U.S. SBA 2013 Women in Business Champion of the Year award, the 2012 UOG Administrator of the Award, 2011 GCC Alumna of the Year Award, and Academy of Economics and Economic Education Distinguished Research Award. She earned a D.B.A. degree in International Business-Marketing from U.S.I.U. (Alliant International University), a M.B.A. degree from University of Guam, a B.S. in Management and Associates degree in Computer Studies from University of Maryland, and certificate from the Institute for Management and Leadership in Education at Harvard Graduate School of Education.