Journal Staff

More than six years after developing its “Vision 2025” master plan, the University of Guam is poised to start construction of its first round of new buildings in 2020, including the School of Engineering and the Student Success Center.

But first, it has a loan problem to solve.

It’s one year after UOG signed a $5.4 million contract with Bascon Corp. to build the new School of Engineering, and the project has yet to break ground, as the university works with its funder, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, to secure . . .

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