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UOG fall enrollment expected to rise

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The University of Guam is gearing up for its fall session that begins next week.   Integrated marketing director Cathleen Moore-Linn says the university had more than 3,600 students attending classes last fall and they expect to exceed that number this fall semester.

"For the last five or six years it has been continually increasing at the university," she said. "That's good news for us because that means more people are seeking college degrees and will be out there helping to build the professional class and our economy on Guam and in the region."

Moore-Linn adds that enrollment in the graduate program is increasing as well.  New student registration ends this Friday. For a complete schedule of classes available for the fall semester, logon to UOG.edu.

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