UOG to host four-part college affordability webinar 

Posted on Jan 11 2022


Current and future University of Guam students as well as their parents are invited to attend “A Triton’s Guide to College Affordability,” a free webinar series presented by the University of Guam’s new Triton Advising Center and the UOG Financial Aid Office. The four-part series will inform participants of the various resources that can make attending the University of Guam more affordable, including local and federal financial aid, scholarships, grants, and more. 

The first webinar is scheduled for 5:30pm tomorrow, Jan. 12, and will introduce the Triton Advising Center and other offices within the university that can assist students with finding ways to make college more affordable. 

Participants may sign up for and attend any or all of the following sessions: 

• A Triton’s Guide to Financial Aid: 5:30pm on Wednesday, Jan. 12 

• A Triton’s Guide to the FAFSA: 5:30pm on Thursday, Jan. 13 

• A Triton’s Guide to Scholarships and the Self-Service Portal: 5:30pm on Friday, Jan. 14 

• A Triton’s Guide to Financial Literacy: Money Management for Adults: 5:30pm on Tuesday, Jan. 18 

To register, visit the link: https://bit.ly/tritonwebinar.

The Triton Advising Center was developed by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education and aims to support University of Guam students by providing access to advisers and workshops focused on advisement in academics, financial solvency and resources, and career development.

For more information, contact the Triton Advising Center at (671) 735-2290 or emsstac@triton.uog.edu or follow the center on Instagram @uogtac. (PR)

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