UOG cancels in-person classes tomorrow

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The UOG campus has been closed since late March, and all classes have transitioned online for the remainder of the semester.

In light of the Governor’s announcement confirming three COVID-19 cases on Guam, the University of Guam will cancel all in-person classes for Monday, March 16.

Online classes will continue as scheduled. All faculty, staff, and administrators are asked to report to work.

UOG will prepare for the delivery of online classes, alternative modes of instruction, and the shifting of other UOG activities. Administrators will meet with their respective staff tomorrow to discuss the continuation of operations moving forward. Details will be announced as soon as possible.

Situations and information on this issue continue to be dynamic and can change rapidly. For campus advisories and updates, please monitor check www.uog.edu/covid-19.

“I ask that the UOG Community practice strict social distancing (6 ft. of distance from other people) and hygiene practices — not just for themselves and our fellow Tritons, but for the sake of the elderly and those with compromised immune systems. Tritons are helping with this challenge, and we all need to act in solidarity and compassion to overcome this health emergency,” said UOG President Thomas Krise.