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Academic/Learning Resources

Student Resources

Academic/Learning Resources

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Campus Activities and Programs plus

    221 Elliott University Center
    (336) 334-5800

    The University of North Carolina at Greensboro Office of Campus Activities and Programs, a department within the Division of Student Affairs, provides and supports opportunities for transformative learning through involvement. The Office of Campus Activities and Programs identifies participation and engagement in student organizations; planning, executing, and experiencing campus events and programs; and fostering leadership in the student community as cornerstones of involvement. Additionally, Campus Activities and Programs collaborates across campus to connect student organizations to community service and social justice initiatives.

    Campus Activities & Programs provides and supports opportunities for students to get involved in different organizations throughout UNCG. Core responsibilities of the office include:

    • Managing major campus events
    • Coordinating student group recognition
    • Providing student leadership training & development
    • Advising SGA, CAB, and the Greek Governing Councils
    • Overseeing the EUC Art Gallery

Dean of Students Office plus

    Elliott University Center, Suite 210
    (336) 334-5514

    The Dean of Students Office provides support for all UNCG students by working together with families, faculty, and staff to create a culture of care at UNCG. In addition to services focused on student advocacy, education, and crisis response, the Dean of Students also sponsors a variety of programs and opportunities for students, including:

    • VETS
    • UNCG Cares
    • Honors & Ethics Day
    • Student Conduct Team

Financial Aid Office plus

    723 Kenilworth Street
    (336) 334-5702

    The Financial Aid Office assists students with the process of applying for financial aid. Staff is available to assist students with scholarship, loan, and work study information, as well as a financial aid checklist and important information about maintaining eligibility for financial aid.

Student Success Center (SSC) plus

University Libraries plus

    Walter Clinton Jackson Library
    (336) 334-5304

    Walter Clinton Jackson Library has the shelving capacity for more than one million books, an area of 220,174 square feet, and seating capacity for 950. The library offers a variety of materials and services to its users. Information regarding collections is available through the Library's online catalogue. In addition, computerized database searches can retrieve vast amounts of information in a short period of time. Orientation to the library and instruction in use of information resources are available.

University Speaking Center plus

    3211 MHRA Building
    (336) 256-1346

    UNCG's Speaking Center provides one-on-one tutoring and instructional workshop services to students to help hone oral communication, confidence, and competence. Assistance is offered in the preparation and delivery of speeches, development of knowledge and skill in interpersonal communication, and group or team communication through:

    • Workshops
    • Consultations
    • Orientations

University Writing Center plus

    3211 MHRA Building
    (336) 334-3125

    UNCG's Writing Center assists students with papers, helping them clarify the goals of the paper and gain control of the writing process. Services that are offered include:

    • Face-to-face consultations
    • Online consultations via Instant Messenger
    • Online consultations via email

Helpful UNCG Offices and Programs

Campus Recreation Center plus

    412 Student Recreation Center
    (336) 334-5924

    Campus Recreation is your avenue to engage in various healthy and active endeavors designed to improve your overall well-being. Programs include:

    • Informal Recreation – access to cardio- and weight-training equipment
    • Intramural Sports – a combination of team and individual sports
    • Outdoor Adventures – access to The Edge - Indoor Climbing Wall
    • Group Fitness & Personal Training – classes and consultations
    • Club Sports – competitive and instructional sporting activities

Counseling & Testing Center (CTC) plus

    Gove Student Health Center, 3rd floor
    (336) 334-5874

    Sometimes every student needs a little additional support during their collegiate experience. The Counseling & Testing Center provides a wide range of counseling and psychological services that focus on students' holistic wellness.

    Services provided to currently enrolled UNCG students include:

    • Individual therapy
    • Group therapy
    • Crisis intervention
    • Psychiatric services
    • Outreach and support
    • Training and consultation

Housing & Residence Life (HRL) plus

    201 Gray Drive
    (336) 334-5636

    Housing and Residence Life encompasses all residence halls and apartments that are on campus. Tasks for this office include:

    • Assigning rooms
    • Maintenance
    • Managing health and safety as well as special accommodations
    • Serving students through programming

Multicultural Resource Center plus

    Elliott University Center, Suite 217
    (336) 334-5090

    The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) provides opportunities for students to increase cultural awareness and respect for differences. OMA also enhances the ability to appreciate one's own cultural identity within a multicultural society.

    Different opportunities for students include:

    • Education and training
    • Advocacy and outreach
    • Programs and activities

University Registrar's Office plus

    180 Mossman Building
    (336) 334-5946

    The University Registrar's Office (URO) oversees adherence to academic policy and data integrity and is responsible for the registration of all students in academic credit courses offered by the University. All aspects of registration, including the preparation of the semester schedule of courses, demographic updates, major changes, faculty advisor assignments, registration scheduling, and processing are handled by this office. In conjunction with registration, the URO is also responsible for grade processing at the close of each semester, and maintains the official academic records (transcripts) for all current and former students.

Other Helpful Resources

HEAT - Higher Education Area Transit plus

    Walker Avenue Parking Deck (UNCG Contact)
    (336) 335-5681

    HEAT is the college and university -based transit system serving 7 college campuses and other select locations. You can find important information for your first or next trip on HEAT or GTA by visiting the RideHeat website and viewing the route maps.