The University of Guam was commended in an interim accreditation review for its work to enhance student success, develop institutional data, and improve the review process for its degree programs.

All alumni and former students of the University of Guam are invited to take an anonymous online survey being conducted by the University of Guam’s School of Business and Public Administration and the Office of Development & Alumni Affairs. The survey aims to identify the employment status and work placement of the university’s graduates as well as the perceived usefulness of their degree and university education.

The survey will be available from Feb. 19 to March 18 at and will take approximately 15–20 minutes to complete.

This survey is intended to expand on a 2014 UOG alumni survey by 1) considering benefits beyond those that are monetary/employment or income-related, and 2) comparing those benefits to the costs, both monetary and non-monetary, of obtaining a UOG degree.

Information obtained will be kept confidential, and no survey respondents will be identified.

As an incentive for completing the survey, respondents will be directed to a separate page where they may enter to win weekly prizes and a grand prize that will be awarded on March 18. Contact information on this page will not be linked to responses in the main survey and will be used for official University of Guam and University of Guam Endowment Foundation business. Survey responses will remain confidential.

For more information, please contact principal investigators Maria Claret M. Ruane, Ph.D., at or Norman Analista, MPA, at