College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
Once a struggling high school student, now UOG's valedictorian
Japanese professor Masumi Kai publishes book on indigenous language preservation
Political science professor Arun Swamy authors pieces on nationalism in India
How one student overcame self-doubt in an intimidating career field
Alyssa Gordon wins Sociology Program's first-ever student award
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Student artists bring Marine Lab walls to life
Anthropology major Artemia Perez promotes cultural preservation through community service
Dean Sellmann publishes papers on Chinese philosophy and political theory
The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences provides students with a broad and interconnected education in the arts, humanities, language, literature, and the social and behavioral sciences.
Through its four divisions, the college offers 10 major programs, 17 minor programs, three master’s programs, and courses that fulfill professional preparation requirements of other institutions of higher education.
The college also has a long tradition of sponsoring or co-sponsoring major conferences on important academic, intellectual, educational, community, and public policy issues. These include the CLASS Annual Research Conference, the Regional Language Arts Conference, the CLASS Colloquium Series, the University of Guam Film Festival.
As a nation, we have had plenty of evidence in recent years of the work we all need to do to achieve our goals of equal dignity and equal justice for all people
Green Zones feature high-speed Wi-Fi and socially distanced, sanitized spaces that all students can use.
Eligible students enrolled during the Fañomnåkan 2021 semester will be receiving between $436 to $873 based on their status at the university and Pell Grant eligibility.
The scholarship is a $30,000 federal graduate fellowship granted to undergraduates who demonstrate leadership potential, academic excellence, and a commitment to public service.
Questions about any CLASS programs should be directed to:
Read success stories from students and alumni from the College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences. For more student success stories, see UOG's Student Spotlights.