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3 Easy Steps to Apply for Everything!

Your education at the University of Guam may be more affordable than you think. Apply for all potential financial aid options available to you in 3 simple steps.

Step 1: Apply for Federal Financial Aid

Complete the FAFSA Online Every Year

  • Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at
  • When prompted, enter the UOG School Code: 003935.
  • If you need help completing the FAFSA, call 1 (800) 433-3243.
  • UOG will receive your FAFSA approximately one week after completion.

Access Financial Aid Self-Service

Submit TEACH Grant Application (Education Majors Only)

Application Review and Awarding Process

  • The review process may take two to six weeks from the start of the semester and depending on when all documents are submitted.
  • Check your Financial Aid Self-Service account to see the status of your award, including any other documents that you need to submit.
  • Award funds are always applied to tuition and fees. Remaining credit balances will be deposited to the bank account of your choice. If you have not submitted a direct deposit form, download the form and submit it to the cashier at the Business Office.
  • If you decide to accept any type of federal loan, loan counseling is required by UOG’s Financial Aid Office to help you understand your loan obligations. You will also need to complete a Master Promissory Note. Information about interest rates and fees can be found by clicking here.

Step 2: Apply for Local Financial Aid

Step 3: Apply for Scholarships

  • Visit our Scholarships page to see the scholarships available and to see if you are eligible. Check this page regularly, as scholarship opportunities change throughout the year.
  • Download and complete the application for the scholarship(s) you are eligible for. Return your completed application to the Financial Aid Office by the deadline indicated for that scholarship.