Development, Alumni Affairs, and Foundation Relations

Development, Alumni Affairs, and Foundation Relations

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.

 

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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 filling out our form below.

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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.

  • His time as a Triton set the stage for him to give back to his island community.

    Once a UOG student janitor, Emanuel Mori went on to champion for a cleaner climate as president of the Federated States of Micronesia

  • Annette Ludwig is the product of a scholarship meant to grow Micronesian environmental leaders.

    In the News: UOG alumna earns master's at a top university in Japan with plans to work in Pohnpei

  • Michelle De Guzman is one of 102 teachers selected for the nation's highest award in STEM teaching.

    White House bestows highest national STEM teaching honor on UOG alumna

  • UOG alumna Arlie Bonto has become Guam’s first recipient of the Phi Kappa Phi Love of Learning Award.

    MPA alumna Arlie Bonto uses Love of Learning Award to earn professional certification

  • With five grads in med school, UOG's Class of 2017 may be leading a trend.

    One class of biology grads, five soon-to-be MDs

  • How UOG’s Health Science Program prepared Julius Naranjo for a coaching journey that led to the Philippines' first Olympic gold.

    Health science alum Julius Naranjo goes for the gold and makes history

  • Tritons share why they’re passionate about their health-related major or profession and helping others.

    Tritons Making an Impact: Health & Welfare

  • In the News: ROTC alumni now an Army pilot

  • Alumnus Joseph Casila is beginning a prestigious next chapter at the University of Pennsylvania.

    A first-generation student's path to an Ivy League Ph.D. program

  • UOG business alumna selected for Stanford fellowship under Condoleezza Rice