Alumni Affairs

Alumni Affairs

Welcome, Triton Alumni!

The UOG Alumni Association aims to engage with Triton alumni for life, celebrating our alumni's significant contributions to their communities and building a culture of philanthropy to support the overall advancement of the University and the entire Triton family.

 

Share your accomplishments with us!

We are interested in sharing your accomplishments with the rest of the University of Guam community. Keep us posted about the important events in your academic or professional career since you graduated from the University of Guam and what was instrumental at UOG in getting you there by emailing Norman Analista, director of Development, Alumni Affairs & Foundation Relations at analistan@triton.uog.edu.

 

Update your contact information

Tritons are family for life, and we want to keep in touch with you! If your contact information has changed, please reach out and let us know by calling (671) 735-2586 or emailing Norman Analista, director of Development, Alumni Affairs & Foundation Relations at analistan@triton.uog.edu.

Tritons Through the Decades Video

Click here to see what Tritons were doing in the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, and 2000s. You can view by decade or watch the entire video.

  • Between February and October, 2nd Lt. Michael Schommer earned multiple distinctions while at U.S. Army Infantry School and Ranger School.

    ROTC alumnus tops Army infantry training in academics and fitness

  • Environmental science alumni advance FSM data beyond Guam, Hawaii with comprehensive digital atlas

  • Rebecca Villagomez on campus

    Triton alumna prioritizes positivity as a DODEA principal

  • Kamille and Karla Wang

    Twice the Triton spirit: Twin alumnae to help the medically underserved

  • Col. Karin L. Watson

    Rise through the ranks: Daughter of UOG ROTC takes command of Army base

  • Tuazon, left, at a prayer breakfast with fellow exchange and Japanese students.

    How a study-abroad experience charted the course for Alumna Kristine Tuazon

  • Kim Dela Cruz

    Criminal justice and MPA alumna becomes a U.S. Customs & Border Protection officer

  • Psychology grad to study implications of COFA migration at Clemson University

    Psychology grad to study implications of COFA migration at Clemson University

  • Josefa Muñoz tends to a sea turtle

    UOG turtle biologist selected for National Science Foundation fellowship

  • Mark Vincent Yu holding the Guam flag

    Rise Above: Alumnus works toward improving education system for underprivileged youth