College of Natural & Applied Sciences

College of Natural & Applied Sciences

College of Natural & Applied Sciences

  • Transforming Lives, Advancing Communities as a Land Grant University 
  • Celebrating 50 years of agricultural research at UOG CNAS
  • A tutorial resources run by students for students. Appointments available in-person and virtually. Open to students of all majors. Click to learn more. 
  • 6 reasons to take courses over the summer and intersession
  • UOG CARES Initiative
  • Learn about native Snails
  •  BS in Tropical Agriculture


Information for Graduating Students

  • ’20 Valedictorian Megan Gimmen will pursue her M.D. at Harvard this fall on a full-ride scholarship.

    With 12 medical school acceptances, former UOG valedictorian selects Harvard

  • Dr. Romina King was part of the team that won the NASA Group Achievement Award.

    UOG researcher contributes to NASA award winning app featuring Guam's reefs

  • Kyle Dahilig is one of 55 students nationwide selected for the scholarship program.

    Biology major Kyle Dahilig becomes UOG's first Udall Scholar

  • Kat Perez's internship helps to grow an emerging food source for the island: shrimp!

    Working to benefit the island: A student's experience as an aquaculture intern

  • Annette Ludwig is the product of a scholarship meant to grow Micronesian environmental leaders.

    In the News: UOG alumna earns master's at a top university in Japan with plans to work in Pohnpei

  • Anela Duenas is one of 417 students nationwide selected for the scholarship.

    Bio major Anela Duenas named a 2022 Goldwater Scholar

  • Farron Taijeron is on a mission to increase knowledge about the harmful effects of wildfires in Guam.

    The UOG student fighting Guam wildfires with public awareness

  • Sablan will be logging data onboard the EV Nautilus research vessel.

    Grad student Leilani Sablan embarks on 'once in a lifetime' deep-sea research expedition

  • With five grads in med school, UOG's Class of 2017 may be leading a trend.

    One class of biology grads, five soon-to-be MDs

  • Graduate biology student participates in Artist-at-Sea program