Enrollment Management & Student Success (EMSS)
The Enrollment Management and Student Success Division is committed to student success. Significant human growth and student development take place not only in the traditional classroom setting, but also in the residence halls, student center, and through involvement in campus co-curricular activities as well.
Under the direction of the Dean of Enrollment Management & Student Success are: Admissions
& Records, Financial Aid, Residence Halls, Student Counseling (Triton Advising Center,
Behavioral Health, and ADA), Student Health, Student Life, Career Development, UOG
AmeriCorps Volunteer Center, Triton Athletics and Recreation, and TRiO Programs.
Fañomnåkan 2024 (January - May)(by class level for continuing and returning* students)
Nov. 01 - Dec. 01
|Graduate Students, Seniors, Regent Scholars, National Student Exchange, Veterans|
Nov. 08 - Dec. 01
Nov. 15 - Dec. 01
Nov. 22 - Dec. 01
|Freshmen, Non-Degree Students,
and Post Graduates
Dec. 02 - Jan. 02
|ALL class levels - Continuing/Returning Students
(Using Self-Service ONLY)
* Former students who have not been continuously enrolled: A Re-entry form is due at A&R office one week prior to the registration period you wish to participate in. Forms are available at the Admissions & Records Office or at http://www.uog.edu/student-services/forms.
In adherence to the Clery Act, the University of Guam posts the Campus Security and Fire Safety Report which is submitted annually to US DOE.
The University values its employees and students, and recognizes the importance that Minors have in their lives, on and off campus. The University also values its Programs that involve Minors. The safety and welfare of Minors who visit our campus, participate in our Programs, and are entrusted to our care is always of paramount importance. In order to help assure that safety, the University’s policy is that Minors are to be afforded protections whenever they are present on campus or participating in our Programs, which might be off campus and off island.
This policy sets forth clear legal obligations wherein the University of Guam prohibits sex discrimination and wherein it will promptly respond to individuals who are alleged to be victims of sex discrimination in all its forms including, but not limited to, sexual harassment, sexual assault, sex offenses, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and inappropriate amorous relationships by offering supportive measures, by following a fair grievance process to resolve such allegations, and by providing remedies to victims of sex discrimination.
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All members of the University Community must work together to prevent and eliminate sexual misconduct at the University of Guam.
The Truman Scholarship is the premier graduate scholarship for aspiring public service leaders.
The public is invited to look at the math behind animated movies with visiting mathematician Michael Dorff.
Participating undergrads can earn $500 monthly stipends.
Come learn about gardening, beekeeping, nutritious cooking, and value-added products on Oct. 26.
Althea Tapales, a 2018 alumna from UOG who is now attending medical school at the University of Vermont, has been awarded the Sarnoff Cardiovascular Research Fellowship for 2023-2024.
University of Guam alumna Brilyn Aguilar receives East-West Center fellowship, scholarship for master's in Pacific Island Studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Senators recognize Farron Taijeron for raising awareness on Guam's environmental challenges.
A partnership between UOG and Guam DOE provides a free pathway for current and future qualified GDOE teachers to gain certifications
Mangilao, Guam 96913
The University of Guam is a U.S. Land Grant and Sea Grant Institution accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission. UOG is an equal opportunity provider and employer committed to diversity, equity and inclusion through island wisdom values of inadahi yan inagofli'e: respect, compassion, and community.