College of Natural & Applied Sciences

College of Natural & Applied Sciences

College of Natural & Applied Sciences

  • Fanuchanan 2021 Course Schedule
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  • UOG CARES Initiative
  • Appointments available in-person and virtually. Walk-ins accepted in the virtual Math Tutor Zoom Room. Open to undergraduate students of all majors. Click to learn more. 
  • A tutorial resources run by students for students. Appointments available in-person and virtually. Open to students of all majors. Click to learn more. 
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  •  BS in Tropical Agriculture
  •  MS in Environmental Science

Information for Graduating Students

  • In the News: ROTC alumni now an Army pilot

  • Alumnus Joseph Casila is beginning a prestigious next chapter at the University of Pennsylvania.

    A first-generation student's path to an Ivy League Ph.D. program

  • Two UOG students completed the State Department's Critical Language Scholarship Program this summer.

    UOG's first Critical Language Scholars gain appreciation of heritage and multicultural learning

  • Biology student discovers new algae species in Micronesia

  • New murals depict some local flora and fauna and a school-spirited cephalopod.

    Student artist brings Field House walls to life

  • John Joseph Bautista

    John Joseph Bautista named Top Cadet among other UOG ROTC Award recipients

  • Biology student discovers two potentially new species from Yap

  • 'I think I've found my lifelong career': Grad student publishes research as lead author

  • Dahilig will join a cohort of 19 other scholars in an eight-week intensive course this summer followed by a paid internship in Summer 2022.

    Kyle Dahilig accepted into selective Doris Duke environmental conservation program

  • Between February and October, 2nd Lt. Michael Schommer earned multiple distinctions while at U.S. Army Infantry School and Ranger School.

    ROTC alumnus tops Army infantry training in academics and fitness