Graduate Studies | Admissions

Graduate Studies | Admissions

Graduate Studies | Admissions

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Graduate Admissions Office

Thank you for your Interest in the University of Guam!

To be admitted to Graduate status, you must have earned a recognized bachelor's degree from an accredited U.S. institution or from a recognized foreign institution with a minimum GPA of 2.50 (C+) on a 4.00 grading system (or the equivalent GPA on the basis of another grading system) and must complete the following steps:

Steps to Become a Graduate Student

  1. Submit an Application

    Complete an application for Graduate Admission. Apply online here.  
    International Students:
    There are additional requirements for International Students. Please contact the International Students Program Coordinator, Marlene Leon Guerrero, for more information at and/or call (671) 735-2201.

    There is a non-refundable application fee of $52.00 (regular students) | $77.00 (international students). Application for admission is valid for one academic year.

    IMPORTANT: Master of Education in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) is not accepting new students until further notice.

  2. Submit Official Transcript

    Submit an *official Bachelor's Transcript with degree conferred directly from issuing institution. If you earned your bachelor's degree from UOG, this requirement is waived. *All foreign transcripts must be converted to US standards by one of the following U.S evaluation companies listed below. An official course for course evaluation must be sent directly to Admissions Office.

    Evaluation Companies Website
    Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. (ECE)
    International Education research Foundations, Inc. (IERF)
    World Education Services, Inc. (WES)
  3. Submit Documents

    Submit the following: Letter of Intent and Statement, Resume, at least 2 signed Letters of Recommendation (some degree program requires 3), and proof of residency (refer to Residency Policy).  You may send your documents to

  4. Submit Program Entry Form

    Obtain Graduate Program Entry Form and submit a signed copy to Graduate Admissions Office. Graduate Programs have their own admission standards and interested applicants should contact the program directly for more information

    CNAS Graduate Program applicants are strongly encouraged to submit a completed application by July 1 for the Fanuchånan/Fall semester and by December 1 for the Fañomnåkan/Spring semester. Reviews and decisions for applications received after this deadline, are at the program's discretion and not guaranteed.

  5. Take Sexual Misconduct Training

    For students registering for Fanuchånan (Sept. - Dec.), Fañomnåkan (Jan. - May), or Finakpo' (June - Aug.), please contact Moodle Help at (671) 735-2620 / 2621 or email to receive your unique link for the online training. You will be asked to provide your student email address and student ID to either update or create your online training account.

  6. Submit Health Requirements

    Submit health requirements (updated within 6 months for PPD, MMR 1 & 2) and Medical History Form.  Contact the Student Health Services at (671) 735-2225/6 or for more information.

  7. Submit Registration Form

    Once ALL requirements are met, you may register for courses: complete this registration form and submit.  School of Education degree programs require its respective Program Chair/ Advisor's signature before registration.


All application materials not submitted electronically must be submitted to

Admissions and Records Office
University of Guam
303 University Drive
Mangilao, Guam 96923-9000