Campus Advisory #8 | PCOR1, campus closed to the public, start of classes delayed to 8/26

Campus Advisory #8 | PCOR1, campus closed to the public, start of classes delayed to 8/26

Campus Advisory #8 | PCOR1, campus closed to the public, start of classes delayed to 8/26


Campus Advisory

Håfa Adai UOG Community:

In the latest Executive Order (EO 2020-27), Governor Leon Guerrero has moved the island back to PCOR1 beginning at 12:01am, Sunday, August 16, 2020.

Campus Closed to the Public

During PCOR1, the UOG Campus will be closed to the public but will remain open and will operate in a limited capacity. Non-essential in-person customer service functions will be suspended. Per EO 2020-27, all UOG employees are on regular work status, working remotely, and are expected to report for duty on campus within two (2) hours of receiving notice from their supervisor.

Only employees performing essential duties in response to the pandemic emergency will be working on campus. This includes essential employees or contractors needed to conduct basic operations, including operations necessary to facilitate alternative modes of instruction, such as distributing materials and equipment, or performing other necessary in-person administrative or maintenance functions.

Administrators and supervisors shall implement flexible work schedules based on remote work, to the greatest extent possible. Deans and other administrators will work with faculty and other employees needing access to campus facilities to carry out essential functions, including teaching. For the purpose of supporting online instruction, faculty are authorized to access their office for technology or connectivity.

Start of Classes – August 26

The semester will begin as scheduled, but the start of classes has been delayed until August 26. ALL classes will be held online to begin the semester. Faculty will contact students to provide more information about classes.

Important Adjusted Dates

  • Open registration:  August 17 to August 25 (First day of Class is August 26)
  • Schedule Adjustment:  August 26 to September 1
  • Senior Citizen Registration:  September 2nd
  • Payment Deadline:  September 3rd

Follow Safety Guidelines

Working to contain the virus is the key to our being able to re-open the campus and the economy. This is why it is imperative that we continue to follow the safety and health procedures outlined below.

  • Properly wear a face mask or cloth, covering both your nose and your mouth--this is not just for your own safety but also for others
  • Practice social distancing of at least 6 feet from others
  • Frequently wash or sanitize your hands
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes
  • Monitor your health and exposure to others

Situations and information continue to be dynamic and can change rapidly. For campus advisories and updates, please monitor your Triton and GoTritons email accounts and check

Governor’s Executive Order 2020-27

Download a PDF of this memo