School of Nursing & Health Sciences
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 Nursing and Health Sciences (SNHS) 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 Nursing and Health Sciences:
1) Delivers programs designed to prepare graduates for their professions: nursing, social work, exercise science and health promotion, public health, and pre-physical therapy. The school provides ongoing educational development for members of the respective professions. The School fosters collaboration among the disciplines and facilitates inter-professional education.
2) Engages in collaborative research and creative endeavors focused on the needs of the people of Guam and the Western Pacific.
3) Promotes the advancement of social and economic justice, and the empowerment of the community. Promotes community service of students and faculty.
The BSN program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
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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 (Jan-Dec)||95.7||100||100|
|First Time Pass Rate on National Council Licensure Exam for Nurses (NCLEX) By Cohort/Date of Program Completion (May)||100||100||100|
|Graduates Obtaining Jobs within 6-9 months of graduation||95.5||100||Pending|
|Students Completing the Program in no more than 150% of program length (in no more than 7. 5 semesters)||67.7||63||Pending|
Nine students from the University of Guam depart today for an immersive 12-day learning experience in Bali. The students are senior social work, sociology, philosophy, and education majors, and the program -- the Bali Field School -- is a component of their semester-long Community Development course in the Sociology Program.
UOG celebrates its 51st Charter Day on March 12
This Feb. 12, 2019, article in the Stars and Stripes Guam highlights University of Guam nursing students Riccaj Joslin and Marissa Aguon, who each were awarded $1,000 scholarships from the U.S. Naval Hospital Guam's Latte Stone Nurses Association.
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Science. For more student success stories, visit our Student Achievement site.