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    Full-tuition scholarship, paid internship available for engineering students from SSFM International

  • Leilani Sablan, who will be pursuing a master's in biology at the University of Guam, is the recipient of a 2020-2021 U.S. Pacific Territories Fishery Capacity Building Scholarship.

    In the News: Master's student wins U.S. fishery-building scholarship

  • Guam Woman's Club

    Need next semester paid for? Apply for this scholarship by April 15

  • Civil engineering majors photographed with scholarships

    Civil engineering majors receive $2,000 scholarships

  • UOG President Thomas W. Krise and his wife, Patricia, have made an investment

    Thomas and Patricia Krise invest $85,000 in UOG students

  • Scholarship awardees with representatives from Baba Corp.

    Two students win scholarships from Baba Corp.

  • Karri Perez Scholarship Awardee

    First Karri Perez Scholarship awarded to former student of Perez

  • scholarships for 13 UOG students

    Private donors fund $49,500 in scholarships for 13 UOG students

  • Island Times logo

    In the News: Pre-med major awarded scholarship from Palau

  • Engineering and environmental science students receive Brown & Caldwell scholarships

    Engineering and environmental science students receive Brown & Caldwell scholarships


University of Guam Consumer Information

Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008

The Student Consumer Information regulations require universities to provide consumer information to students, families, faculty and staff. The links below will provide you with detailed information regarding each topic.

General Institutional Information

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Campus Safety Reports/Campus security reports

University Reports/Retention rates

Financial Aid Information

  • Withdrawal information for financial aid recipients

Services to students with disabilities

Copyright policies

Voter registration link

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The Financial Aid Office at the University of Guam strives to adhere to and maintain the highest levels of ethical and moral integrity in the administration of the various financial aid programs available to our students. As a result, we subscribe to the principles set forth in the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) Statement of Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct for Institutional Financial Aid Professionals.

BEWARE OF FINANCIAL AID SCAMS AND FEE-FOR SERVICE OFFERS

The Financial Aid Office would like to remind students and families that financial aid consumer information is available for free in multiple formats. Financial aid information is available from the US Department of Education online or by phone at 1-800-4FED-AID. The UOG Financial Aid Office does not recommend that anyone pay for financial aid or scholarship advice without thoroughly researching a company. Tips about financial aid scams and evaluating a consultant can be found at www.finaid.org. At UOG the only paperwork that you must complete to apply for all types of federal and state financial aid is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Should you receive requests for information from agencies other than the UOG Financial Aid Office, please feel free to contact us to see if the information is necessary for your UOG financial aid file. Always question any financial aid information that requires a “processing fee” of any sort.