Statement of Accreditation Status
University of Guam
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The period of time generally extending from September to June; usually equated to 2 semesters or trimesters, 3 quarters, or the period covered by a 4-1-4 calendar system.
|Accreditation Liaison Officer||Anita Enriquez||Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs||alo [at] triton.uog.edu|
|Board Chair||Antoinette Sanford||Chairperson, Board of Regents||lmtoves [at] triton.uog.edu|
|Chief Academic Officer||Anita Enriquez||Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs||alo [at] triton.uog.edu|
|Chief Executive Officer||Robert Underwood||President||raunderwood [at] triton.uog.edu|
|Chief Financial Officer||Randall Weigand||Vice President of Administration and Finance||wiegandr [at] triton.uog.edu|
|Director of Institutional Research||Deborah Leon Guerrero||Director for Academic Assessment and Institutional Research||deborah [at] triton.uog.edu|
|Degree||Degree Level||Year Implemented||Modality|
|Administration & Supervision (MEd)||Masters||1991||On-site|
|Business Administration (PMBA)||Masters||1974||On-site|
|Clinical Psychology (MS)||Masters||2008||On-site|
|Computer Information Systems||Bachelors||1999||On-site|
|Consumer and Family Sciences||Bachelors||Pre-1972||On-site|
|Education (Elementary Education)||Bachelors||2007||On-site|
|English and ESL (English as a Second Language)||Bachelors||Pre-1972||On-site|
|Environmental Science (MS)||Masters||1993||On-site|
|Micronesian Studies (MA)||Masters||1993||On-site|
|Pacific Asian Studies||Bachelors||2012||On-site|
|Professional Masters in Business Administration - Distance Ed. (PMBA DE)||Masters||2014||Distance Education|
|Public Administration (MPA)||Masters||1985||On-site|
|Reading (MEd)||Masters||2011||Distance Education|
|Reading (MEd) (formerly titled Language and Literacy)||Masters||Pre-1972||On-site|
|Secondary Education (MEd)||Masters||1980||On-site|
|Special Education (MEd)||Masters||1980||On-site|
|TESOL-Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MEd)||Masters||1993||On-site|
Interim Reports focus on specific issues of concern identified as part of the comprehensive review process, annual report submission, the complaint process, substantive change, or other interactions with the Commission. The purpose of Interim Reports is to ensure that institutions continue to meet the Core Commitments and Standards with respect to the identified areas of concern.
The Mid-Cycle Review (MCR) is a review of each institution near the midpoint of its period of accreditation, focusing particularly on student achievement. The Review is performed by WSCUC staff, and draws on evidence from an update of the institution’s Inventory of Educational Effectiveness Indicators and retention and graduation data, as well as any trends emerging from Annual Reports to surface any potential issues across the Standards. The overall purpose of the Mid-Cycle Review is to "identify problems with an institution's or program's continued compliance with agency standards" while "tak[ing] into account institutional or program strengths and stability" (U.S. Department of Education, §602.19(b)).
The last date that a change was recorded by WSCUC to the institutions accreditation status, key personnel, degrees, locations or other contact information.