Sexual Misconduct Response & Prevention

Services & Support

On-Campus Services & Support


Institutional Compliance Office (EEO / ADA / Title IX Office)

The Institutional Compliance Officer at the EEO / ADA / Title IX Office acts as a confidential resource to help students and employees navigate reporting.

David Okada, Acting Institutional Compliance Officer

Tel: (671) 735-2902



Enrollment Management & Student Success Dean's Office

The Enrollment Management & Student Success (EMSS) Department is dedicated to the success of University of Guam students and is a resource for all student services.

Remy Cristobal, Associate Dean

Enrollment Management & Student Success/Registrar
Tel: 671-735-2290



Safety & Security Office

The Safety & Security Website has additional resources including emergency contact numbers. The office also provides the service of accompanying you to your vehicle should you feel unsafe or uneasy. 

Felix Mansapit, Safety Administrator

Tel: (671) 735-2370 
Cell: (671) 482-8671 

G4S Campus Security Tel: 671-888-2456



Violence Against Women Prevention Program

The Violence Against Women Prevention Program (VAWPP) was created in 2007 through a federally funded grant awarded to the University of Guam by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women. The aim of the Program is to address the prevention of violent crimes against women on campus, particularly domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking, and to provide services for victims of these crimes.

Location: Humanities & Social Sciences Building 1st Floor, Room 103
Tel:  671-735-2890
VAWPP Website



Isa Psychological Services Center

Isa Psychological Services Center provides free mental health services to UOG students, staff, faculty, and members of their families, as well as to adults, children, and families from the local community who are not able to access services elsewhere. Appointments may be made by phone, email, or by visiting the Center. 

UOG Leadership Directory

University of Guam Leadership including Executives and Administrators can act as resource for students and the community on University policies and procedures and as a resource for students and employees to assist with reporting any incidents of sexual misconduct.

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