School of Health
Helping the homeless: How the University of Guam educates on the issue through action
Nursing students gain exposure to Guam's newest nursing specialty at the National Institutes of Health
UOG instructor brings simulated training to nursing students in Palau
Chelsea Fama: One of UOG's first BUILD EXITO scholars
Jhon Delfin: From Introvert to Emerging Leader
UOG Social Work Professor Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
UOG Alumna Establishes Legacy of Compassion
Tasi Ada Brings Sports, Health Education to Island Community
Nursing Students Represent Guam at National Nursing Conference
Social Work Students Gain Cultural Insight in PI
The School of Health is committed to improving the health, fitness, personal and social well-being of the people of Guam and the Western Pacific. To realize this mission the School of Health:
The BSN program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
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Student Achievement Outcome Data
For students completing the program in the following academic years:
|First-time pass rate on National Council Licensure Exam for Nurses (NCLEX) by calendar year||95.7%||100%||100%||96.8%|
|First-time pass rate on National Council Licensure Exam for Nurses (NCLEX) by cohort/date of program completion (May)||100%||100%||100%||100%|
|Graduates obtaining jobs within 6-9 months of graduation||95.5%||100%||97%||87%|
|Students completing the program in no more than 150% of program length (in no more than 7.5 semesters)||67.7%
(2014 admission year)
(2015 admission year)
(2016 admission year)
(2017 admission year)
|Last updated: Sept. 16, 2020|
UOG and the University of Hawai'i Cancer Center were awarded $14 million to mitigate the impact of cancer on Pacific Islanders.
All classes will pause the week of Oct. 28 - Nov. 3 to allow some time to catch up and recharge.
Social work students at the University of Guam presented data they collected on the local need for substance abuse treatment at a virtual conference on Sept. 30.
Aspiring medical scientist Darlene Ferrer is taking advantage of opportunities to gain valuable research experience.
Read success stories from students and alumni from the School of Health. For more
student success stories, visit our Student Achievement site.