The University of Guam is the primary higher education institution for not just the island of Guam, but the entire Micronesian region. UOG students of today go on to be business owners, leaders, teachers, and nurses that make our community strong tomorrow. But between rising cost of living and budget cuts, it is only becoming more difficult for students to afford the quality education they deserve. The UOG Endowment Foundation seeks to help bridge that gap by providing the necessary financial support for students pursuing a degree.
That is why we are asking for your support this holiday season during our annual “G is for Giving” campaign. In its first year in 2017, this campaign raised over $21,000 for student scholarships. In 2018, it raised more than $31,000. In 2019, we raised more than $35,000. This year, in light of the hardships imposed by the pandemic, we merely ask for your continued support.
Every act of generosity counts, and it means even more when we give together. Your contribution will help future students on their path to success. Think about giving monthly for a more sustainable way to support.
Donations can be made until the end of the campaign on December 31, 2021.
Your gift should go to support the schools and programs you care most about. In the “Notes” section on the next page, please designate a college/school or program fund that you would like your donation to support:
CLASS – College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
CNAS – College of Natural & Applied Sciences
SBPA – School of Business & Public Administration
SOE – School of Education
SNHS – School of Nursing & Health Sciences
SENG – School of Engineering
Additional fund options include:
- Cerila Rapadas Scholarship
- CIS: Center for Island Sustainability
- ISA LGBTQ Scholarship
- Karri Perez Entrepreneurial Scholarship
- Lauren McCluskey Scholarship
- Learning CHamoru Fund
- Mañaina Scholarship
- Micronesian Area Research Center
- ROTC-Military Science Fund
- SEPRS Emeritus Scholarship
- SGA Book Scholarship Fund
- Tanom Center for Agriculture & Life Sciences Scholarship
- The UOG Marine Bio Lab
- UOG Communication Program