NEW STUDENTS: Apply Online here.
RETURNING STUDENTS: Submit a Re-entry form here.
If you are a former student (students who have missed one semester or more of classes at UOG) and would like to return and continue your degree program, DO NOT APPLY ONLINE. Instead, please download and fill-out a re-entry form. Please read page 2 of the form for former student admission requirements. Submit your completed form to the Admissions and Records Office, located at the Field House.
|Application Deadline Dates|
|International students please visit International Students page for additional requirements|
|High School Students who are applying for Dual Enrollment and Advanced High School Programs, please contact your respective School Counselors for information or contact Admissions and Records Office at 735-2202/ 2214 or email@example.com|
Submit official high school and/or college transcript(s) directly from issuing institution*
♦ NEW FRESHMAN: Official High School Transcript
♦ TRANSFER: Official College Transcripts are required from all institutions attended. If student earned less than 15 college credits an official high school transcript is required.
♦ All foreign transcripts must be converted and evaluated course-by-course with GPA to US standards by one of the following U.S evaluation service companies:
|Recommended Evaluation Service Companies||Website|
|Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. (ECE)||https://ece.org|
|International Education research Foundations, Inc. (IERF)||https://ierf.org|
|World Education Services, Inc. (WES)||https://wes.org|
See the Placement Exam Schedule for more information
♦ NEW FRESHMAN: Students are required to take the English Preparedness Test and Math Placement Test
♦ TRANSFER STUDENTS: Must provide at least an unofficial copy of college transcript indicating English and/or Math course(s) for placement purposes. For those students who have not earned a college-level English and/or Math course are required to take the English Preparedness Test and Math Placement Test
♦ Submit proof of residency to qualify for resident tuition rate (refer to Residency Policy CY 2019-2020)
♦ Complete the SMT online, contact 735-2620 or firstname.lastname@example.org for the link to take the course
♦ Submit health requirements (PPD and MMR #1&2 shot records. PPD skin test result must be updated within 6 months prior to intended start term) and the Medical History Form. Contact the Student Health Services Office at email@example.com for more information
Steps 1-4 must be completed before advisement. Counseling advisors are available
Monday-Friday: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. AFTER your live chat with an
advisor, you'll be allowed to register.
1. Go to: https://teams.microsoft.com
2. Log in with your gotriton credentials. It's FREE for all UOG students
3. On the left side of the screen, select the CHAT feature and send your message to firstname.lastname@example.org
♦ Register for classes at Admissions and Records Office or Satellite locations
♦ For online registration, you MUST notify our office and present a copy of your completed advisement sheet signed by your assigned academic advisor or email approval form your advisor to lift the advisement hold and allow online registration.
Non-degree students please complete a Registration Form and submit to Admissions and Records Office for processing. Photo ID is required for all registration transactions.
*if the issuing institution is on island, you may hand carry the documents.
If you are a former student (students who have missed one semester or more of classes at UOG) and would like to return and continue your degree program, DO NOT APPLY ONLINE. Instead, please download and complete an Application for Re-entry form. Please read page 2 of the form for former student admission requirements. Submit your completed form to the Admissions and Records Office, located at the Field House.
A second baccalaureate degree may not be attempted until the first has been awarded. A student may complete two majors simultaneously. Matriculation in a second degree will be approved only if:
In addition, the following regulations apply:
For more information, please contact:
|Cynthia Borja||(A – L)||735-2214
||(M – Z)||
The Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) is a regional organization created by the Western Regional Education Compact and adopted in the 1950s by Western states. WICHE was created to facilitate resource sharing among the higher education systems of the West. Helping students gain affordable access to higher education is one of its objectives.
The Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) is coordinated by WICHE. Students enrolled through WUE pay up to 150% of the enrolling institution’s resident undergraduate tuition. To qualify, applicants must demonstrate residency in a WICHE member state and must be admitted to a WUE-eligible major at UOG.
WICHE's member states include 15 Western states and member U.S. Pacific Territories and Freely Associated States (currently, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and Guam). WICHE’s 15 member states are: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
Students must demonstrate one (1) year of residency in a member WICHE state. Proof of residency can be demonstrated by providing one of the following:
Online programs are not eligible for the WUE tuition rate at UOG.
Students should contact the academic unit directly for questions about their major. The admissions staff can help direct you to the correct person for your major.
Yes. Click HERE for the application form. You must submit this with proof of eligibility.
Applications received after will be considered for the future term.
Late applications will be considered for the following term.
We will notify applicants of UOG’s admissions decision within 2 to 3 days after receipt of their application. Shortly thereafter, we will notify the applicant as to whether or not they were awarded the WUE tuition rate.
|Marlene Leon Guerrero||
[Student visa (F1 visa) or other type of visa holders]
New freshmen, new transfer students, new non-degree students, special students and high school students (Advanced High and Dual Enrollment) are handled by the following
|Cynthia Borja||Students with last names beginning with A – L||735-2214
||Students with last names beginning with M – Z||