A Triton Planner is a person who pledges to give the University of Guam $600 over the course of five years. Each person can make the donation in increments that work best for him or her ($10 monthly, $30 quarterly, $120 annually or one full payment of $600). All funds raised from this effort will support the construction of facilities in the University of Guam Physical Master Plan. This is an effective and easy-to-manage way to support our University.

You may visit this link to review the plan: Vision 2025 21st Century Campus


Here are comments from some of our Triton Planners:


Eileen Agahan


“Being a Triton Planner is a wonderful opportunity to give back to the University of Guam. As a proud graduate of the business administration program, it feels great that I am able to contribute to the vision of a 21st century campus that will enhance the learning environment for future generations.”

~ Eileen Agahan, B.A. Business Administration, 2010, PMBA, 2011


Tony and Krisinda Aguon


"Deciding to become Triton Planners came just as naturally as choosing to attend our very own University of Guam. Coming from a family full of Triton Pride, giving back is our way of investing in the future of our children and the institution that has paved our path in life. The experiences gained from our journey with University of Guam has given us many opportunities. We have maintained our cultural celebrations, traditions and personal beliefs all while pursuing the achievement of our academic goals and growth. UOG has always been and will continue to be our 'natural choice'. Biba UOG!"

~Tony Aguon, B.A. Political Science, 1995, M.P.A. 2000 & Krisinda Calvo Aguon, B.A. Early Childhood/Elementary Education, 1997


James Terbio


“I’ve always volunteered my time to help out the University but I know that financial support is also really needed. The Triton Planner Program allows me to donate a substantial amount to the University without having to do it all at one time. I am thankful for the ability to give back to an institution that played such a big role in shaping who I am today.“

~James Terbio, B.A. Communications, 1996




Please contact Norman Analista, Director, Development and Alumni Affairs at (671) 735-2586 or email for sign-up information.