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COURSE SCHEDULE SESSION A SESSION B SESSION C -

June 02, 2014 – July 03, 2014 June 09, 2014 – July 25, 2014 July 07, 2014 - August 09, 2014

SUMMER 2014 EARLY REGISTRATION Mar. 04 – 31- Graduate Students, Seniors, Regent Scholars, National Student Exchange Mar. 06 – 31- Juniors Mar. 10 – 31- Sophomores Mar. 12 – 31- Freshmen, Non-degree Students, and Post Graduates April 1–May 09ALL class levels – Continuing/Returning Students - WebAdvisor Only http://setbisiu.uog.edu/

WEBADVISOR HOURS OF OPERATION: Monday – Thursday - 8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Friday - 8:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Saturday - 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Sunday & Holidays - Closed

***** GENERAL REGISTRATION INFORMATION ***** BEFORE YOU REGISTER 1. SEEK ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT PRIOR TO REGISTRATION OF CLASSES. It is important for students to seek academic advisement prior to the registration of classes. Students are urged to contact the appropriate advisor as soon as the class schedule is avail able to discuss course prerequisites, the requirements of their academic programs, and the courses offered in the current class sched ule. 2. FORMER STUDENTS – See Former Students (Re-entry) UPDATE HEALTH RECORDS AT THE STUDENT HEALTH OFFICE 3. CLEAR OUTSTANDING OBLIGATION(S) AT THE COLLECTIONS OFFICE 4. RETURN OVERDUE LIBRARY BOOKS/EQUIPMENT AND PAY ALL FINES 5. MAKE SURE ALL OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS ARE ON FILE AT THE ADMISSIONS & RECORDS OFFICE 6. DECLARE YOUR MAJOR AT THE RECORDS OFFICE IF YOU ARE UNDECLARED AND HAVE COMPLETED 60 CREDIT HOURS FOR TRANSITION STUDENTS ONLY – Must register at the Division of English and Applied Linguistic, 2nd floor main office. Transition students must (1) see an Advisor at the Division of English and Applied Linguistic for schedule approval and (2) can only register for courses on the "Transition Student Course List."

SUMMER 2014 January 22, 2014 - May 16, 2014

SATELLITE LOCATION & HOURS - Limited number of campus SATELLITE location and hours for respective Colleges. • School of Education: 8:00am – 11:00am / 2:00pm – 5:00pm • School of Business and Public Administration: 8:30am – 11:00am / 2:00pm – 4:00pm. • School of Nursing, and Health Sciences: 8:30am – 11:00am / 1:30am – 3:30pm • College of Natural and Applied Sciences: 9:00am – 11:00am / 1:30pm – 3:30pm • College of Liberal and Arts and Social Sciences, Dean’s Office, Social & Behavior Science, and DEAL: 8:30am – 12:00 NOON • Humanistic Studies: 8:30am – 12:00 NOON • Communication & Fine Arts: 8:30am – 12:00 NOON • Student Center: 8:00am to 5:00pm SUMMER 2014 OPEN REGISTRATION May 27 & 28 Open to all continuing and returning students. SUMMER 2014 NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION May 29 & 30

SUMMER 2014 SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT & LATE REGISTRATION SESSION A - June 02, 2014 SESSION B - June 09, 2014 SESSION C - July 07, 2014

Registration Payment Deadline The payment deadline is as listed below per session. Please make payment or satisfactory payment arrangements by this date. Payment arrangements can be made with the Collections Office located at the Administration Building. Interest will be assessed on all unpaid, delinquent accounts. SESSION A – June 03, 2014 SESSION B – June 10, 2014 SESSION C – July 08, 2014

YOU MUST OFFICIALLY WITHDRAW IF YOU DECIDE NOT TO ATTEND. SEE THE FEE SCHEDULE IN THE CANCELLATION POLICY SECTION.

WHEN YOU REGISTER

AFTER REGISTRATION

EARLY REGISTRATION - By Class Level. Continuing and returning students may register at the Admissions and Records Office, or any Satellite location, or Web Advisor http://setbisiu.uog.edu . Schedule adjustments may be made during your scheduled registration dates, open registration, late registration, and the schedule adjustment period. YOU MUST OFFICIALLY WITHDRAW IF YOU DECIDE NOT TO ATTEND. PLEASE NOTE THE CANCELLATION FEE POLICY AND DEADLINES.

SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT. YOU MAY MAKE A SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT DURING EARLY, OPEN, AND LATE REGISTRATION AND DURING THE SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT PERIOD. A schedule adjustment may be made at any Satellite Location or at the Admissions and Records Office, or WebAdvisor.

Determination of Class Level (earned credits): 01-30 credits – Freshmen 31-60 credits - Sophomores 61-90 credits - Juniors 91 credits or more - Seniors

IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE STUDENT TO REVIEW HIS/HER CLASS SCHEDULE. COURSES REGISTERED BUT NOT ATTENDED AND NOT DROPPED WILL RECEIVE THE GRADE OF "UW" AND THE STUDENT WILL BE FINANCIALLY OBLIGATED FOR THE PAYMENT OF COURSE(S) AND OTHER FEES. Payment of Courses. Students must adhere to Payment Deadlines. All payments are made at the Cashier's Office located in the Administration Building. If payment is to be made by mail, it must reach the University by the Payment Deadline. Checks should be made payable to the University of Guam and mailed to: Student Accounts, Office of Financial Affairs, University of Guam, UOG Station, Mangilao, Guam 96923. Questions regarding payment should be directed to the Bursar’s Office at (671)735-2945/46/43.

ORIENTATION/REGISTRATION FOR NEW STUDENTS - All new students must attend academic advising and orientation at the Student Center according to their scheduled date. Registration takes place at the Admissions and Records Office in the Field House. OPEN REGISTRATION – For Continuing and returning students, at the Admissions and Records Office located at the Field House or any Satellite location, or Web Advisor http://setbisiu.uog.edu. SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT & LATE REGISTRATION – make schedule adjustments at the Admissions and Records Office or any Satellite location, or WebAdvisor http://setbisiu.uog.edu. Please Note: Any student with a medical and/or physical disability may receive special assistance for registration. Please contact the EEO/ADA Office, Dorm II, Iya Hami Hall, Room 104, Tel. No. 735-2244, TTY: 735-2243 at least seven (7) days before registration. ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS. Records and Registration Technicians are available to assist students during registration periods Monday thru Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

AUDITING CLASSESS. Student may apply to audit classes without credit. Please refer to the catalog for application procedures, deadlines, and fees.

Obtaining Grades. Grade reports and student class schedules may be requested at the Records Office or viewed on WebAdvisor http://setbisiu.uog.edu. AUDITING CLASSES. Student may apply to audit classes without credit. Please refer to the catalog for application procedures, deadlines, and fees. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE STUDENT TO REVIEW HIS/HER CLASS SCHEDULE FOR ACCURACY. COURSES NOT ATTENDED AND NOT DROPPED WILL RECEIVE THE GRADE OF "UW" (Unofficial Withdrawal) AND THE STUDENT WILL BE FINANCIALLY OBLIGATED FOR THE PAYMENT OF COURSE(S) AND OTHER FEES.

The University of Guam is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider.

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UNIVERSITY OF GUAM SUMMER 2014 SCHEDULE


Payment of Courses. Students must adhere to payment deadlines. Payments are accepted at the Cashier’s Office located in the Administration Building and at Admissions & Records. If payment is made by mail, it must reach the University by the payment deadline. Checks should be made payable to the University of Guam and mailed to: Business Office, Attention: Cashier, University of Guam, UOG Station, Mangilao, Guam 96923. Questions regarding payment should be directed to the Bursar/Collection Office at (671)735-2940/43/45/46. Obtaining Grades. Grade reports and student class schedules may be requested at the Records Office or viewed on WebAdvisor http://setbisiu.uog.edu I registered for an online class. Now what? If you registered for an online class, you may be wondering what is supposed to happen next. Here are some answers to some questions you might have...

When does the class start? Online classes at UOG Moodle typically start at the same time as the on-campus classes. If the first day of on-campus classes starts on a Wednesday, then online classes will start on the same day. If you do not see your class when the semester starts, feel free to contact the UOG Moodle Help team (see contact information below).

have already been added into the online classroom. If you are already in, you do not need an enrollment key. To see the classes that you are in, log in to UOG Moodle... then look in the "Navigation" block and click on "My courses". You will see any courses that you are already in. If you do not see your course, then you may need to contact the instructor to ask for an enrollment key.

How do I get into the class in UOG Moodle? Classes in UOG Moodle typically require that you enter an enrollment key to access the class. If you have not received your enrollment key by email, you should contact the instructor immediately to ask for the enrollment key. Contact Phone: (671) 735-2620, Email: moodlehelp@uguam.uog.edu

UOG Moodle Help contact information... • Email: moodlehelp@uguam.uog.edu Phone: (671) 735-2620

Note: HYB = HYBRID (IN CLASS AND ON-LINE) OLL=ON-LINE LEARNING (INTERNET)

Can I be automatically added into the class in UOG Moodle? The UOG Moodle Help team is working to make this process easier. At the start of the semester, you can check to see if you

SESSION A - (JUNE 02 - JULY 03, 2014) COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ANTROPOLOGY Course

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

Fee

035046

AN-101-01

INTRO TO ANTHROPOLOGY

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

HSS 110

3.00

FARRER D

$4.50

035047

AN-320-01

PEOPLE OF THE PACIFIC

MTWTHF

12:00-13:50

HSS 110

3.00

FARRER D

$4.50

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

Fee

ART Course 035001

AR-101-01

INTRODUCTION TO ART

MTWTHF

09:00-10:50

EC 107

3.00

YAMASHITA V

035002

AR-102-01

STUDIO FOR NON-MAJORS

MTWTHF

09:00-12:20

FA 201

3.00

CASTRO R

$20.00

$4.50

035003

AR-102-02

STUDIO FOR NON-MAJORS

MTWTHF

12:30-15:20

FA 201

3.00

CASTRO R

$20.00

Course Title

Days

COMMUNICATION Course

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

09:00-10:50

EC 211

3.00

GRIFFIN M

$7.50

3.00

GRIFFIN M

$7.50

3.00

PEREIRA A

035004

CO-210-01

FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMUNICATION MTWTHF

035005

CO-210-02

FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMUNICATION MTWTHF

11:00-12:50

EC 211

035006

CO-398-01

JR INTERNSHIP

MTWTHF

TBA

TBA

035007

CO-498-01

SR INTERNSHIP

MTWTHF

TBA

TBA

3.00

PEREIRA A

Time

Bldg/Room

Fee

ENGLISH/LITERATURE Course 035018

EN-110-01

Course Title

Days

FRESHMAN COMPOSITION

OLL

Cred

Instructor

3.00

HICKS F

$17.00

Fee $17.00

035025

EN-111-01

WRITING FOR RESEARCH

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

EC 101

3.00

GUGIN D

035022

EN-210-01

INTRO TO LITERATURE

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

EC 110

3.00

THURBER D

$4.50

035023

EN-210-02

INTRO TO LITERATURE

MTWTHF

12:00-13:50

EC 110

3.00

HARMON P

$4.50

035026

EN-213-01

LITERATURE, MYTH AND CULTURE

TBA

TBA

OLL

3.00

HARTIG A

035024

EN-311-01

CREATIVE WRITING: POETRY

MTWTHF

12:00-13:50

EC 106

3.00

BOWMAN E

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

HI-121-01

WORLD HISTORY I

MTWTHF

12:00-13:50

HSS 106

3.00

BEVACQUA M

HISTORY Course 035051

Fee $4.50

035052

HI-122-01

WORLD HISTORY II

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

HSS 106

3.00

BEVACQUA M

$4.50

035048

HI-211-01

THE HISTORY OF GUAM

MTWTHF

08:00-09:50

HSS 302

3.00

MARSH K

$4.50

035049

HI-211-02

THE HISTORY OF GUAM

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

HSS 302

3.00

VIERNES J

$4.50

035050

HI-420-01

TOPICS IN WESTERN HISTORY

MTWTHF

08:00-09:50

HSS 106

3.00

MADRID C

$4.50

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

LANGUAGE: CHAMORRO Course

Fee

035053

CM-101-01

ELEMENTARY CHAMORRO I

MTWTHF

09:30-11:55

HSS 102

4.00

FLORES T

$17.00

035054

CM-102-01

ELEMENTARY CHAMORRO II

MTWTHF

09:30-11:55

HSS 101

4.00

MENDIOLA R

$17.00

UNIVERSITY OF GUAM SUMMER 2014 SCHEDULE

3


LANGUAGE: JAPANESE Course 035056

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

ELEMENTARY JAPANESE I

MTWTHF

08:00-10:25

HSS 1STCONRM

4.00

KAI M

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

TA-102-01

CONVERSATIONAL TAGALOG II

MTWTHF

16:00-18:25

HSS 104

4.00

MAGDAEL E

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

PI-101-01

INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY

MTWTHF

16:00-17:50

HSS 306

3.00

BONIFACIO R

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

JA-101-01

Fee $17.00

LANGUAGE:TAGALOG Course 035057

Fee $17.00

PHILOSOPHY Course 035058

Fee $4.50

POLITICAL SCIENCE Course

Fee

035071

PS-215-01

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

MTWTH

14:00-16:20

HSS 207

3.00

STOIL M

$4.50

035072

PS-482-01

SPL TPCS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

MTWTH

17:00-19:20

HSS 207

3.00

STOIL M

$4.50

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

PSYCHOLOGY Course

Fee

035069

PY-101-01

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

MTWTHF

08:00-09:50

HSS 203

3.00

SMITH K

$4.50

035070

PY-101-02

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

HSS 203

3.00

SMITH K

$4.50

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

INTERNSHIP

TBA

TBA

TBA

3.00

AMES A

SOCIOLOGY Course 035074

SO-498-01

Fee

WOMEN & GENDER STUDIES Course 035073

WG-101-01

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

INTRO TO WOMEN & GENDER STUD

TBA

TBA

OLL

3.00

THOMPSON H

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

Fee $4.50

COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES BIOLOGY Course

Course Title

Fee

034913

BI-100-01

ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY

MTWTHF

08:00-09:50

SC 101

3.00

LOFDAHL K

034914

BI-100L-01

ENVIRONMENTAL BIOL LAB

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

SC 101

1.00

LOFDAHL K

034915

BI-225-01

BASIC MICROBIOLOGY

MTWTHF

12:00-14:00

SC 101

4.00

GHOSH S

034916

BI-225L-01

BASIC MICROBIOLOGY LAB

MTWTHF

14:00-16:30

SC 103

0.00

GHOSH S

$42.00

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

Fee

INTRO TO INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

MTWTHF

09:00-10:50

SC 221

3.00

VUKI M

MTWTHF

11:00-12:50

SC 112

1.00

VUKI M

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

$42.00

CHEMISTRY Course 034918

CH-100-01

034919

CH-100L-01 INTRO CHEMISTRY LAB

$42.00

COMPUTER SCIENCE Course

Fee

035175

CS-200-01

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND LAB

MTWTHF

09:00-10:50

WB-2

3.00

ZOU, YJ

$30.00

035202

CS-200-02

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AND LAB

MTWTHF

14:00-13:50

WB-2

3.00

ZOU, YJ

$30.00

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

MATHEMATICS Course

Fee

034899

MA-085-01

FUND OF MATH I II (NDU)

MTWTHF

12:00-13:50

SC 120

3.00

DE BEER M

$30.00

034968

MA-085-02

FUND OF MATH I II (NDU)

MTWTHF

16:00-17:50

SC 121

3.00

FLORES R

$30.00

034989

MA-085-03

FUND OF MATH I II (NDU)

MTWTHF

09:00-10:50

SC 121

3.00

SINGH P

$30.00

034900

MA-110-01

FINITE MATHEMATICS

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

SC 120

3.00

DE BEER M

034901

MA-115-01

INTRODUCTORY COLLEGE ALGEBRA

MTWTHF

08:00-09:50

WB 3

3.00

NAGAHASHI H

034993

MA-151-01

INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS

MTWTHF

11:00-12:50

TBA

3.00

SINGH P

034902

MA-341-01

LINEAR ALGEBRA

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

WB 3

3.00

NAGAHASHI H

NATURAL SCIENCE Course

4

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

INTRO TO PHYSICAL SCIENCE

MTWTHF

13:00-14:50

SC 221

3.00

YOON J

MTWTHF

15:00-16:50

SC 221

1.00

YOON J

034920

NS-101-01

034921

NS-101L-01 INTRO TO PHYSICAL SCIENCE LAB

UNIVERSITY OF GUAM SUMMER 2014 SCHEDULE

Fee $42.00


SOCIAL WORK Course

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

INTRO TO COMM SERV ON GUAM

MTWTHF

09:00-10:50

ALS 125B

3.00

DIAZ T

MTWTHF

11:00-12:50

ALS 125B

3.00

DIAZ T

034938

SW-110-01

034940

SW-485A-01 FIELD INSTRUCTION II

Fee

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

034979

Course BA-110-01

PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMIICS

MTWTHF

18:00-20:00

SBPA 112

3.00

Perez, A

Fee

034946

BA-130-01

INTRO TO COMPUTER OPERATIONS

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

SBPA 219

3.00

HO K

3.00

CRISOSTOMO D $15.00

$15.00

034943

BA-200-01

PRIN OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

OLL

034948

BA-201-01

PRIN OF MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

SBPA 218

3.00

CRISOSTOMO D $15.00

034953

BA-240-01

MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIZATIONS

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

SBPA 110

3.00

PEREZ K

034958

BA-440-01

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

MTWTHF

11:00-12:50

SBPA 111

3.00

RIVERA J

35085

BA-482-01

BUSINESS/RESEARCH INTERNSHIP

TBA

TBA

TBA

3.00

O'BRIEN, T.

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

16:00-17:50

SBPA 111

3.00

RIVERA J

LEGAL STUDIES Course 034961

LW-404-01

ADMIN & MGMT CRIM JUSTICE ORG

MTWTHF

034962

LW-409-01

PROBLEMS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

MTWTHF

18:00-20:00

SBPA 111

3.00

RIVERA J

034964

LW-494-01

SS:FRAUD AUDITING AND FORENSI

S

08:00-20:00

SBPA 150

3.00

MCNINCH R

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

Fee

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Course 034965

PA-201-01

PA IN GUAM AND THE WEST. PAC.

MTWTHF

16:00-17:50

SBPA 150

3.00

WALTER A

034966

PA-303-01

GOVERNMENT FINANCE

MTWTHF

12:00-13:50

SBPA 110

3.00

GUTHERTZ J

034967

PA-403-01

PUBLIC PERSONNEL ADMIN

MTWTHF

16:00-17:50

SBPA 149

3.00

AGUON R

034969

PA-405-01

LEADERSHIP ETHICS IN THE PROF

MTWTHF

18:00-20:00

SBPA 150

3.00

WALTER A

034970

PA-494-01

SS:PUBLIC ADM&INFO TECH

MTWTHF

16:00-17:50

HYB/SBPA 261

3.00

HO K

Fee

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION EDUCATION Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

035083

Course ED-110-01

INTRO TO TEACHING

TWTH

13:00-16:00

SOE 201

3.00

035028 035084

ED-300-01 ED-473-01

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY DEV. COGNITIVE ABILITIES

MTWTH TWTH

10:00-12:00 09:00-12:00

SOE 203 SOE 203

3.00 3.00

MILLER, M. INOUE-SMITH Y

035034

ED-489-01

EVALUATION

MTWTH

08:00-10:00

SOE 203

3.00

INOUE-SMITH Y

MTWTHF

10:00-12:00

HS 227

2.00

FRANCO N

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR

MTWTH

09:00-10:50

RFK AV-2

2.00

STAFF

Fee

MILLER, M.

SCHOOL OF NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES NURSING 035000

NU-112-01

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

$15.00

ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT AND STUDENT SERVICES INTERDISCIPLINARY Course 035016

ID-180-01

Fee

GRADUATE - SCHOOL OF EDUCATION EDUCATION Course

Course Title

Days

THE COUNSELING PROCESS: THEORY MTWTH

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

16:00-19:00

SOE 203

3.00

ARTERO, M

3.00

FERRER, L.

TBA

3.00

STOICOVY C

TBA

3.00

STOICOVY C

035043

ED-620-01

035204

ED-486G-01 BEST-BUILDING EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES

OLL

034950

ED-640-01

LANGUAGE & LIT/NET

TBA

TBA

034947

ED-642-01

SEM LIT FOR CHLDRN/DE

TBA

TBA

Fee

UNIVERSITY OF GUAM SUMMER 2014 SCHEDULE

5


034956

ED-662-01

SEC LANGUAGE TESTING/EVAL

TWTH

09:00-12:00

SOE 204

3.00

STAFF

034954

ED-663-01

SEMINAR IN PSYCHOLINGUISTICS

TWTH

14:00-17:00

SOE 108

3.00

CYRUS J

Time

Bldg/Room

UNDERGRADUATE - SCHOOL OF EDUCATION EDUCATION Course Title

Days

Cred

Instructor

035203

Course ED-486-01

BEST-BUILDING EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES

OLL

3.00

FERRER, L.

035205

ED-385C-01 STRUCT. OF THE LANG CHAMORU ORTHOGRAPHY

OLL

3.00

CAMACHO-DUNGA-B

Fee

GRADUATE - SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

034998

Course

PA-570D-01 SP.TOP.INPUB.PRSL-ORGANIZATION

Course Title

S

08:00-18:00

SBPA 149

3.00

AGUON R

034973

PA-594-01

MTWTHF

18:00-20:00

SBPA 149

3.00

MCNINCH R

SPECIAL STUDIES RESOLUTION

Fee

SESSION B (JUNE 09 - JULY 25, 2014) COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ENGLISH/LITERATURE Course

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

FUND OF ENGLISH

MTWTHF

10:00-11:25

EC 102

3.00

PEREZ T

Fee

MTWTHF

12:00-12:50

EC 108

1.00

CRUZ J

$15.00

FUNDAMENTLS OF COLLEGE ENGLISH MTWTHF

12:00-13:25

EC 102

3.00

RIVERA M

$15.00

MTWTHF

11:00-12:25

EC 104

3.00

CAMPBELL B

$17.00

MTWTHF

12:00-13:25

EC 101

3.00

GARCIA C

$17.00

MTWTHF

14:00-15:25

EC 110

3.00

GARCIA C

$4.50

035027

EN-085-01

035029

EN-085L-01 FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGLISH LAB

035030

EN-100-01

035032

EN-110-02

FRESHMAN COMPOSITION

035033

EN-111-02

WRITING FOR RESEARCH

035035

EN-210-03

INTRO TO LITERATURE Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

035117

HI-121-02

WORLD HISTORY

MTWTHF

14:00-15:50

HSS302

3.00

OMBRELLO, M.

035118

HI-371-01

HISTORY OF EAST ASIA TO 1600

MTWTHF

12:00-13:50

HSS302

3.00

OMBRELLO, M. $16.00

HISTORY Course

Fee $4.50

WOMEN & GENDER STUDIES Course 035075

WG-101-02

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

INTRO TO WOMEN & GENDER STUD

TBA

TBA

TBA

3.00

BALLARD K

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

INTERNSHIP (LEGAL STUDIES)

TBA

TBA

TBA

3.00

AGUON R

Course Title

Days

Fee $4.50

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION LEGAL STUDIES Course 034975

LW-498-01

Fee

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

034977

Course PA-304-01

GOVERNMENT PUBLIC INFORMATION MTWTHF

14:00-15:50

SBPA 110

3.00

GUTHERTZ J

034976

PA-498-01

INTERNSHIP (PUBLIC ADMIN)

TBA

TBA

3.00

AGUON R

TBA

Fee

GRADUATE - SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Course 034978

PA-598-01

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

INTERNSHIP

TBA

TBA

TBA

3.00

AGUON R

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

ISSUES & RES IN LITERACY EDUC

TBA

TBA

TBA

3.00

STOICOVY C

Fee

GRADUATE - SCHOOL OF EDUCATION EDUCATION Course 034959

6

ED-647-01

UNIVERSITY OF GUAM SUMMER 2014 SCHEDULE

Fee


035037

ED-692-01

PRACTICUM: COUNSELING

MTW

16:00-18:00

SOE 104B

3.00

ARTERO M

035036

ED-698-01

INTERNSHIP: COUNSELING

MT

09:00-12:00

SOE 201

3.00

ARTERO M

035080

ED-698-02

INTERNSHIP: COUNSELING

WTH

09:00-12:00

SOE 104A

3.00

ARTERO M

SESSION C (JULY 07 - AUGUST 09, 2014) COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ANTHROPOLOGY Course

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

Fee

TBA

3.00

FARRER, D

$4.50

035059

AN-262-01

ARCHAEOLOGICAL METHODS&THEORY

TBA

TBA

035061

AN-369-01

SPECIAL TOPICS

TBA

TBA

TBA

3.00

FARRER, D

$4.50

035060

AN-462-01

ADV FIELD MTHDS ARCHAEOLOGY

TBA

TBA

TBA

6.00

FARRER, D

$4.50

035062

AN-498-01

INTERNSHIP IN ANTHROPOLOGY

TBA

TBA

TBA

4.00

FARRER, D

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

ART Course

Fee

035009

AR-102-03

STUDIO FOR NON-MAJORS

MTWTHF

09:00-12:20

FA 201

3.00

CASTRO, R

$20.00

035010

AR-102-04

STUDIO FOR NON-MAJORS

MTWTHF

12:30-15:20

FA 201

3.00

CASTRO, R

$20.00

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

Fee

MTWTHF

09:00-10:50

EC 107

3.00

KERRY, L

$7.50 $7.50

COMMUNICATION Course 035011

CO-106-01

INTRO TO MASS COMMUNICATION

035012

CO-106-02

INTRO TO MASS COMMUNICATION

MTWTHF

11:00-12:50

EC 107

3.00

KERRY, L

035013

CO-398-02

JR INTERNSHIP

MTWTHF

TBA

TBA

3.00

PEREIRA, A

035017

CO-498-02

SR INTERNSHIP

MTWTHF

TBA

TBA

3.00

PEREIRA, A

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

ENGLISH/LITERATURE Course

Fee

035038

EN-110-03

FRESHMAN COMPOSITION

TBA

TBA

INT INTERNET

3.00

BROWN, M

$17.00

035081

EN-110-04

FRESHMAN COMPOSITION

MTWTHF

12:00-13:50

EC 103

3.00

PEREZ. T.

$17.00

035040

EN-210-04

INTRO TO LITERATURE

MTWTHF

12:00-13:50

EC 106

3.00

FLORES, E

$4.50

035042

EN-400-01

RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION

MTWTHF

11:00-12:50

EC 105

3.00

SANTOS-BAMBA, S

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

HISTORY Course

Fee

035120

HI-121-03

WORLD HISTORY I

MTWTHF

14:00-15:50

EC 105

3.00

OMBRELLO, M.

$4.50

035067

HI-122-02

WORLD HISTORY II

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

HSS 302

3.00

CLEMENT, M

$4.50

035068

HI-211-03

THE HISTORY OF GUAM

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

HSS 106

3.00

BEVACQUA, M

$4.50

035121

HI-372-01

HISTORY OF EAST ASIA SINCE 1600

MTWTHF

12:00-13:50

HSS 302

3.00

OMBRELLO, M.

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

ELEMENTARY CHAMORRO II

MTWTHF

09:30-11:55

HSS 102

4.00

FLORES, T

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

ELEMENTARY JAPANESE II

MTWTHF

09:00-11:25

HSS 307

4.00

KANG, T

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

Fee

TBA

TBA

INT INTERNET

3.00

SKOOG, K

$4.50

LANGUAGE: CHAMORRO Course 035063

CM-102-02

Fee $17.00

LANGUAGE: JAPANESE Course 035064

JA-102-01

Fee $17.00

PHILOSOPHY Course 035065

PI-101-02

INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY

035066

PI-102-01

CONTEMPORARY ETHICAL PROBLEMS MWF

10:00-11:50

HSS 306

3.00

SKOOG, K

$4.50

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

Fee

INTERNSHIP

TBA

TBA

TBA

3.00

AMES, A

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

Fee

INTRO TO WOMEN & GENDER STUD

MTWTH

10:00-12:20

HSS 201

3.00

DAMES, V

$4.50

SOCIOLOGY Course 035079

SO-498-02

WOMEN & GENDER STUDIES Course 035078

WG-101-03

UNIVERSITY OF GUAM SUMMER 2014 SCHEDULE

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COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES AGRICULTURE Course 034941

AG-101-01

Course Title

Days

INTRO TO AGRICULTURE

AG-101L-01 INTRO TO AGRICULTURE LAB

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

MTWTHF

10:00-10:50

ALS 127

4.00

CRUZ, J

MWF

11:00-14:50

ALS 124

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

CRUZ, J

Fee $24.00

BIOLOGY Course

Course Title

Cred

Instructor

034922

BI-100-02

ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY

MTWTHF

08:00-09:50

SC 110

3.00

LOFDAHL, K

034923

BI-100L-02

ENVIRONMENTAL BIOL LAB

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

SC 110

1.00

LOFDAHL, K

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

INTRO TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

MTWTHF

09:00-10:50

SC 221

3.00

STAFF

MTWTHF

11:00-12:50

SC 221

1.00

STAFF

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

NUTRITION AND HEALTH

MTWTHF

11:00-13:00

ALS 127

3.00

DIAMBRA ODI, H

Fee $42.00

CHEMISTRY Course 034924

CH-101-01

034925

CH-101L-01 INTRO TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB

Fee $42.00

CONSUMER & FAMILY SCIENCE Course 034939

CF-230-01

Fee

MATHEMATICS Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

Fee

034994

Course MA-085-04

FUND OF MATH I II (NDU)

MTWTHF

09:00-10:50

SC 121

3.00

SINGH, P

$30.00

034995

MA-385-01

APPLIED STATISTICS

MTWTHF

11:00-12:50

SC 120

3.00

SINGH, P

MILITARY SCIENCE AND LEADERSHIP Course

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

LEADER'S TRAINING COURSE(LTC)

TBA

TBA

DORM 1

6.00

TECHUR, M

TBA

TBA

DORM 1

TBA

TBA

DORM 1

6.00

TECHUR, M

TBA

TBA

DORM 1

TBA

TBA

DORM 1

6.00

TECHUR, M

TBA

TBA

DORM 1

TBA

TBA

DORM 1

6.00

TECHUR, M

TBA

DORM 1

034944

MSL-292-01

MSL-292L-01 LEADER'S TRAINING COURSE LAB 034945

MSL-298-01

MSL-298L-01 CADET PROF DEV TRNG LAB (CPDT) 034949

MSL-392-01 MSL-392L-01

LDR DEV AND ASSESS CRSE LAB

034951

MSL-398-01

CADET PROF DEV TRNG (CPDT)

TBA

CADET PROF DEV TRNG (CPDT) LDR DEV AND ASSESS CRSE(LDAC)

MSL-398L-01 CADET PROF DEV TRNG LAB (CPDT)

Fee

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

034980

Course BA-110-02

PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

SBPA 112

3.00

RUANE, M

Fee

034981

BA-130-02

INTRO TO COMPUTER OPERATIONS

MTWTHF

18:00-20:00

SBPA 218

3.00

VILLAVERDE, F $15.00

034982

BA-210-02

BASIC STAT FOR BUSINESS & ECO

MTWTHF

16:00-17:50

SBPA 219

3.00

HILES, G

034983

BA-252-01

INTERNATIONAL TOURISM

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

SBPA 110

3.00

SCHUMANN, F

034984

BA-310-01

APPLIED STAT FOR BUS DECISION

MTWTHF

12:00-13:50

SBPA 219

3.00

RUANE, M

034985

BA-310-02

APPLIED STAT FOR BUS DECISION

MTWTHF

18:00-20:00

SBPA 219

3.00

HILES, G

034986

BA-320-01

BASIC BUSINESS FINANCE

MTWTHF

12:00-13:50

SBPA 261

3.00

JI, J

034987

BA-333-01

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

MTWTHF

10:00-11:50

SBPA 218

3.00

LAW, W

$15.00

LEGAL STUDIES Course 034988

LW-443-02

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

BUSINESS LAW II

S

08:00-18:00

SBPA 150

3.00

MCNINCH, R

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

Fee

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Course

8

034990

PA-210-01

PUBLIC ADMIN & MANAGEMENT

MTWTHF

16:00-17:50

SBPA 150

3.00

WALTER, A

034991

PA-215-01

SUPERVISION IN GOV'T ORGANI

MTWTHF

18:00-20:00

SBPA 150

3.00

WALTER, A

034992

PA-233-01

IMPACT OF GOVT REGULA ADM BUS

MTWTHF

12:00-13:50

SBPA 110

3.00

GUTHERTZ, J

UNIVERSITY OF GUAM SUMMER 2014 SCHEDULE

Fee


SCHOOL OF EDUCATION EDUCATION Course 035041

ED-201-01

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT

MTWTH

12:00-15:00

SOE 203

3.00

KALLINGAL, G

Fee

ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT AND STUDENT SERVICES INTERDISCIPLINARY Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

035020

Course ID-180-02

COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR

MTWTH

09:00-10:50

RFK AV-2

2.00

STAFF

035021

ID-180-03

COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR

MTWTH

13:00-14:50

RFK AV-2

2.00

STAFF

Fee

GRADUATE - COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ENGLISH Course 035119

Course Title EN-620-01

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

GRADUATE WRITING SEMINAR HYB/MTWTHF

Days

09:00-10:50

EC 105

3.00

SANTOS-BAMBA, S.

Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

CLIN ASSESS II: CLD & ADOLESC

Fee

PSYCHOLOGY Course 035076

PY-522-01

MTWTHF

12:00-14:00

HSS SBSCONF

3.00

FEGURGUR, M

035077

PY-698B-01 INTERN IN CLINICAL PSY II

S

10:00-14:00

HSS SBSCONF

3.00

TWADDLE, I

035077

PY-698B-01 INTERN IN CLINICAL PSY II

TTH

18:00-21:00

HSS SBSCONF

3.00

TWADDLE, I

Fee

GRADUATE - SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

034996

Course

PA-570B-01 SP.TOP. .IN PUB.PRSL-SANCTIONS

Course Title

MTWTHF

16:00-17:50

SBPA 149

3.00

AGUON, R

034997

PA-594-02

MTWTHF

18:00-20:00

SBPA 149

3.00

MCNINCH, R

SPECIAL STUDIES RESOLUTION

Fee

GRADUATE - SCHOOL OF EDUCATION EDUCATION Course Title

Days

Time

Bldg/Room

Cred

Instructor

035045

Course ED-600-01

ISS & PHILO CULT DIVERSE SCHLS

MTWTH

16:00-19:00

SOE 201

3.00

KALLINGAL, G

035039

ED-601-01

INTRO TO RESEARCH METHODS

TBA

TBA

3.00

INOUE-SMITH, Y

035044

ED-603-01

QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS

MTWTH

12:00-15:00

3.00

JAMES, G

034960

ED-641-01

MDL/SEC RDNG/WRTNG CONT AREA

OLL

3.00

STOICOVY, C

SOE 201

Fee

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BECOME A UOG TRITON. ENROLL AT UOG FOR SUMMER 2014! The University of Guam is U.S. Accredited, offering offering 34 undergraduate degrees and 15 graduate degrees in Business, Nursing, the Sciences, Liberal Arts and Education. For higher education that prepares and empowers you for your future, there’ e’ss no place like home. Become a UOG Triton. Triton. Enroll at UOG for Summer 2014! Records: Admissions & Recor ds: www.uog.edu/admissions Financial Aid Office: www.uog.edu/financial-aid Degree Programs: Degree Pr ograms: www.uog.edu/degrees Apply Online: www.uog.edu/apply For more information call UOG Admissions and Records at 735-2201/2 or email admitme@uguam.uog.edu.

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TUITION & FEE PAYMENT Resident and Non-Resident Students An applicant is initially classified as a resident or non-resident for tuition purposes at the time of application with the Office of Admissions. The classification, which is certified by the Registrar, is based upon information furnished by the student and from other relevant sources. In compliance with the Residency Policy passed by the Board of Regents on February 1996 and amended on May 1997 and June 17,2004, students in Non-Resident status are required to pay non-resident tuition. The considerations used in determining Residency status are as follows: a. Establishment of a domicile on Guam or in one of the Freely Associated States (the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Marshal Islands, or the Republic of Palau) as mandated by 17GC16125. (a) for a period of twelve month prior to the beginning of the term for which residency is claimed, or b. Evidence of residency for a period of twelve months or more prior to the beginning of the term for which residency is claimed. Evidence of residency will be shown by a student providing documentation from one of the following1: • Permanent employment on Guam (verification of employment) • Payment of income taxes of Guam (by student, or by parent/guardian if the student is a dependent). • Ownership or rental of living quarters on Guam. • Continue to use a Guam permanent address on ALL RECORDS (educational, employment, military, financial). • Retain your Guam voter’s registration. • Maintain a Guam driver’s license or vehicle registration. If it is necessary to change your license or registration while temporarily residing in another location, the license MUST be changed back to Guam within 10 days of the date of return to Guam, and the vehicle registration must be changed within 20 days of the date of return. • Village Mayor’s certification of residency. c. Adjustment to Permanent Resident Status Students who have filed for an Adjustment to Permanent Resident Status will be eligible for resident

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rate only if they have resided on Guam for twelve consecutive months prior to applying to the university and have submitted the following supporting documents: • A Notice of Action for the Adjustment to Permanent Resident Status from the USCIS. • Proof of residency (documents to prove living on Guam for the last twelve months prior to applying to the university). A Notice of Action denying the student’s application for an Adjustment to Permanent Resident Status will render the student ineligible for resident tuition rate. The burden of proof is upon the student making a claim to resident student’s status. The admission of students who knowingly provide false information for the purpose of achieving resident status shall be subject to cancellation and adjusted billing. Exemptions to the twelve-month requirement where resident classification may apply1: Graduate of a Guam High School You may be entitled to an exemption from nonresident tuition if you attended high school in Guam for three (3) or more years AND graduated from a Guam high school. You are not eligible for this exemption if you are a nonimmigrant alien. Attended Elementary and Middle School on Guam You may be entitled to an exemption from nonresident tuition if you attended both elementary AND middle school on Guam. You are not eligible for this exemption if you are a nonimmigrant alien. Active Military Duty United States Military personnel and their authorized dependents (as defined by the Armed Services) during the period such personnel are stationed in Guam on active duty. NOTE: This exception does not apply to employees of other U.S. federal government departments, bureaus, or agencies or their dependents who are assigned or stationed to Guam. Legal Place of Residency You may be entitled to an exemption from nonresident tuition if you are able to demonstrate to the Registrar that Guam is your legal place of residency and you intend to make Guam you permanent place of residency. You may be entitled to an exemption from nonresident tuition if you are able to demonstrate that you permanently reside in Guam, but have been absent for only educational, training, or military reasons. 1Non immigrant aliens, e.g. B,F,H,E Visa holders, are classified as non-residents and are not qualified for resident tuition rates or exemptions. If you are classified as a non-resident and wish to be considered for resident reclassification, complete the “Petition for Residency Student Classification” before the semester or term you wish to enroll. Approved changes of status will become effective for the term or semester following the ap-

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proval; they are not retroactive, and no refunds will be given. For more information, please contact the Admissions Office at (671)735-2201, 2204, 2206, 2214 or admitme@uguam.uog.edu Senior Citizen Summer Policy: Because all summer classes are offered on a self-sustaining basis, there will be no Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver Program for these classes. TUITION COST PER CREDIT

Undergraduate Graduate

Residents

Non-Residents/ International

$190.00 $258.00

$457.00 $589.00

*Military Science courses are tuition free. FEES - All students must pay the following semester fees: SUMMER 2014 Registration Student Services Library Services Student Activities Health Services Athletics Computer Fee Online Learning Fee Internet Fee Field House Total Semester Fees

$ 12.00 $ 24.00 $ 24.00 $ 24.00 $ 12.00 $ 12.00 $ 24.00 $ 10.00 $ 58.00 $ 8.50 $208.50

Undergraduate students taking 5 credits or less will be charged 50% or half of the student fee found in the current catalog for the regular fall and spring semesters. Undergraduate student taking 5 credits or less during the summer term inclusive of sessions, A, B, and C, would be assessed a flat fee of $99.25. The University of Guam accepts VISA, MASTER CARD & AMERICAN EXPRESS credit cards for payment of tuition/fees. Payments may be made at the Cashier's Window, Administration Building, during normal business hours, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or the Collections Office. Payment by mail should be posted in time to reach the University by the Payment deadline. Checks should be made payable to the University of Guam and mailed to: Student Accounts, Office of Financial Affairs, UOG Station, Mangilao, Guam 96923 or may pay on webadvisor http://setbisiu.uog.edu . Questions regarding payment should be directed to the Bursar/Collection Office at (671)735-2945/46/43. Students who are waiting for financial aid or have not yet paid for their tuition and fees are still financially obligated. If you do not officially drop or withdraw from class(es) within the time periods scheduled and still owe tuition and fees, you are liable for payment and will be billed accordingly. Therefore, it is


crucial that you officially drop or withdraw from class(es) in a timely manner.

CANCELLATION POLICY If you register for a class and later decide to drop or withdraw from class(es), you will be charged a cancellation fee as follows. Session A – If you withdraw BEFORE JUNE 2

Session A – If you withdraw ON JUNE 2

Session A – If you withdraw AFTER JUNE 2

TUITION FEES

5% 100%

100% 100%

Session B – If you withdraw BEFORE June 9

Session B – If you withdraw ON June 9

Session B – If you withdraw AFTER June 9

TUITION FEES

5% 100%

100% 100%

Session C – If you withdraw BEFORE July 7

Session C – If you withdraw ON July 7

Session C – If you withdraw AFTER July 7

TUITION FEES

5% 100%

100% 100%

0% 0%

0% 0%

0% 0%

COURSES CANCELLED BY THE UNIVERSITY - Full refund will be mailed within four to six weeks. Tuition, fees, and the refund policy are subject to change as approved by the Board of Regents. ADMINISTRATIVE DROP - The Registrar may ADMINISTRATIVELY drop a student from any class for which she/he does not have the PREREQUISITE COURSES, or EXEMPTION from the prerequisites, whether the student enrolls in such a class during the registration or class add period. Students who are ADMINISTRATIVELY DROPPED after the REFUND PERIOD are not eligible for a REFUND of tuition or fees. WITHDRAWAL POLICY DEADLINE TO WITHDRAW WITHOUT TRANSCRIPT RECORD ENTRY:

all classes from which they withdrew. Withdrawal forms must be received by the Admissions and Records Office on or before the deadline; a technician will assist in making the withdrawal. NOTE: Withdrawal forms without all required signatures will NOT be accepted. PETITION TO WITHDRAW Students who miss the voluntary withdrawal deadline and desire to withdraw a class(es)may petition for permission to withdrawal by completing the Petition for Withdrawal Form which is available at the Records Office. Session A Session B Session C

July 03 July 25 August 08 FINANCIAL AID

All students are encouraged to fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Applications are available in the Financial Aid Office or on-line at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Government of Guam Student Financial Aid Program applications are available at the Financial Aid Office or their website www.uog.edu/financialaid. Completed applications and required documents are due no later than 5:00p.m. on April 30, 2014. Applications must be postmark on or before April 30, 2014. For more information, please call or visit the Financial Aid Office located at the Fieldhouse. Students who are not able to make full tuition payments by posted payment deadline should stop by the Bursar/Collection Office for a payment plan at the Administration Building. UOG Federal School Code:

003935

Financial Aid Office Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. Telephone Numbers: Front Counter Title IV Federal Programs SFAP

735-2288 735-2287 735-2297

DEADLINE FOR VOLUNTARY WITHDRAWAL Session AJune 11 Session BJune 25 Session CJuly 16 NOTE: Students who officially withdraw after the deadline to withdraw without transcript record entry will receive a grade of "W" (Withdrawal) for

Transfer Students - Students (applicants) are required to take the English and Math Placement examinations and may only be exempted if an official transcript has been submitted indicating the completion with a grade of ”C" or better in the following: (1) three semester hours of college English for exemption from the English exam, and (2) three semester hours in intermediate algebra, college algebra, or finite math for exemption from the math exam. Students who place into EN085 have not taken the English and Math Placement Tests and have not fulfilled (1) and (2) are classified as "TRANSITION STUDENTS" and will be limited in their enrollment to certain approved courses for transition students. Non-Degree - Applicants seeking specific courses for personal enrichment or professional advancement who do not require a degree program may apply as a Non-Degree Undergraduate. A NonDegree student is not required to submit high school or previous college records or to take placement examinations unless the student is seeking to enroll in English and/or Math courses. (See Undergraduate Catalog - "Non-Degree Student" for more information and requirements).

Non-Resident Student - Students who have not met the Residency Requirements. (See Residency Requirements) UNDERGRADUATE - First-time students must complete an Application for Admission and must submit required documents by the deadline indicated in the Schedule of Application Deadline section. Official transcripts must be sent directly to the Admissions Office from the issuing institution(s). Applications may be submitted online at https://www.applyweb.com/apply/guam/ or mailed to the Admissions Office, UOG Station, Mangilao,

Former Students (Re-Entry) - Students who have not attended the University for one or more regular semesters (Fall or Spring) are required to submit an "Application for Re-Entry" at the Records Office or Graduate Studies, Research and Sponsored Programs, University of Guam, Health Science Building, 1st floor, Room 420 at least one week before registration. Official transcripts from all colleges and/or universities attended during the

DEFINITIONS (for tuition purposes):

NOTE: All students may withdraw from a course or course during registration or add/drop period except for TRANSITION STUDENTS who must file a withdrawal form at Records Office.

New Freshmen - All entering Freshmen must take the English and Math Placement Examinations prior to registration. Students who place into EN085 or have not taken the English and Math Placement Tests are classified as "TRANSITION STUDENTS" and will be limited in their enrollment to certain approved courses for transition students.

GRADUATE - A graduate applicant seeking admission to a graduate program or to enroll in graduate courses must complete an Application for Admission at the Graduate Studies Office and provide supporting documents by the application deadline indicated in the Schedule of Application Deadlines. Official transcripts must be forwarded directly to the Graduate Studies Office from the issuing institution(s). Applications for admission to Graduate Studies Office are available at, and must be submitted to Graduate Studies, Research and Sponsored Programs, University of Guam, Health Science Building, 1st floor, Room 420. Applications without the appropriate fee will not be processed.

ADMISSION

SUMMER 2014 Session AJune 02 Session BJune 09 Session CJuly 07

Guam 96923. Failure to include the application fee will result in the denial of the application. Applications may be dropped at the Admissions Office, located in the Field House, 1st floor. NON-REFUNDABLE PROCESSING FEE ($49 Resident & Non-Resident/$74 International) must be paid at the Cashier's Office, located in the Administration Building, before submitting your application. (Cashier’s office hours: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm)

Resident Student - Resident of Guam, Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), the Marshall Islands, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas (CNMI), the Republic of Palau, and the United States who have met the Residency Requirements.

UNIVERSITY OF GUAM SUMMER 2014 SCHEDULE

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