Enrollment Management & Student Success (EMSS)

Student Health

Enrollment Management & Student Success (EMSS)

Student Health Services

Student Health Services is committed to providing high-quality, accessible, cost-effective health care that adequately meets the needs of the University of Guam’s diverse student population. These health care services are confidential and responsive to promoting optimal wellness, thereby empowering students to make informed and self-directed decisions about healthy life choices that will ultimately assist them to achieve their academic and career goals.

Student Health Services provides the following:

  • Health clearances for enrollment (pursuant to Public Law 22-130, Title 10 of the Guam Code Annotated)
  • Basic First Aid for injuries that occur during regular school hours
  • Referral services for health care needs
  • Counseling on healthy living and health-related issues
  • Health education based on assessments needs of the university’s student population
  • STI, Syphilis, and HIV testing and treatment in partnership with the Department of Public Health & Social Services
  • Screening services such as blood pressure monitoring, blood sugar monitoring and BMI and weight and height checks
  • Advocacy and referral for persons with disabilities


All UOG applicants must present the following:

  • Evidence of vaccination against Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (either MMR#1 and MMR#2 vaccinations OR a MMR Titer to prove immunity). Students born before 1957 are exempted from MMR requirements.

  • Results of a Tuberculin (TB)/Purified Protein Derivative (PPD) skin test taken no earlier than six months of the date of application. (If the results of the PPD/TB skin test are positive, you must have a Tuberculosis (TB) Evaluation Form attached with your chest X-ray report within the past five years filled out by your health care provider. The Tuberculosis (TB) Evaluation Form and chest X-ray report shall be presented to the Department of Public Health & Social Services, Tuberculosis Department in Mangilao, Guam. You will obtain a Certificate of Tuberculosis Evaluation, also known as Public Health Clearance.

  • New and re-entry applicants must also complete a Health Clearance Form and submit it to the Student Health Services office.

Required documents must be submitted to the Student Health Services office and be cleared before orientation and registration. Failure to submit documents to clear heath requirements will delay registration.


All students are highly encouraged to purchase a medical health insurance plan valid on Guam.

International Students

Most medical care services in the United States are extremely expensive. To protect our UOG international (I-20) students from these high costs, the University requires all full-time international students to have health insurance by providing proof of coverage that is valid on Guam. You may contact the University Designated School Official at the Office of Admissions & Records for more information at (671) 735-2201.


Exchange Students

The University strongly recommends all full-time exchange students have health insurance coverage valid on Guam.

For inquiries contact:

Tel: (671) 735-2225/6
Fax: (671) 734-4651

Hours of operation:

Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
(Hours are subject to change)


Student Services Center 
(see campus map)