School of Health
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Health science alum Julius Naranjo goes for the gold and makes history
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Professor Kathryn Wood retires knowing she trained the best nurses in Guam
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Nursing students gain exposure to Guam's newest nursing specialty at the National Institutes of Health
UOG instructor brings simulated training to nursing students in Palau
Chelsea Fama: One of UOG's first BUILD EXITO scholars
The School of Health is committed to improving the health, fitness, personal and social well-being of the people of Guam and the Western Pacific. To realize this mission the School of Health:
The BSN program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
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Nursing Student Achievement Outcome Data
For students completing the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in the following academic years:
|First-time pass rate on National Council Licensure Exam for Nurses (NCLEX) by calendar year||95.7%||100%||100%||96.8%||96.2%||96.7%|
|First-time pass rate on National Council Licensure Exam for Nurses (NCLEX) by cohort/date of program completion (May)||100%||100%||100%||100%||96.2%||93%|
|Graduates obtaining jobs within 6-9 months of graduation||95.5%||100%||97%||87%||100%||90%|
|Students completing the program in no more than 150% of program length (in no more than 7.5 semesters)||67.7%
Last updated: May 2021
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UOG and GCC students and recent graduates are invited to take a survey related to mental health during the pandemic.
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Ask a faculty member to nominate you for the UOG International Student Exchange program by Sept. 30.
Gain valuable experience and mentorship in cancer disparities research with this graduate assistantship.
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