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  Tuesday: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
  Wednesday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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  Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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  Tuesday 4:00 pm -7:00 pm

Campus & Academic Resources

Co-Curricular Resources

Click on any of the topics below for more information.

Athletics plus

    337 HHP Building
    (336) 334-5952

    UNCG Athletics is affiliated with the Southern Conference of the NCAA Division I and offers a variety of intercollegiate athletic activities for both men and women. Students are admitted FREE to all regular season contests (with the exception of preseason and postseason contests) for all sports, including men's basketball games at the Greensboro Coliseum, when they present a valid UNCG ID. All fans receive FREE admission to all Olympic sports' regular-season home contests. The University also supports a pep band, dance team, and co-ed cheerleading squad.

Campus Activities & Programs (CAP) plus

    Elliott University Center, Suite 221
    (336) 334-5800

    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

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

Career Services Center (CSC) plus

    Elliott University Center, Suite 1
    (336) 334-5454

    The Career Services Center provides professional guidance and resources to undergraduate students for their lifelong career development. Programs and services assist with career planning and decision-making, as well as employment search activities.

    In addition to sponsoring etiquette dinners, career fairs, and networking events, CSC staff can help students:

    • Explore career paths
    • Find internships
    • Learn interview & networking skills
    • Prepare for graduate school
    • Write resumes and cover letters

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

Office of Intercultural Engagement plus

    Elliott University Center, Suite 062
    (336) 334-5090

    The UNCG Office of Intercultural Engagement, an integral part of the Division of Student Affairs, bases its philosophy on inclusion-fostering recognition and respect for the voices of all students and contributes to the University's academic mission in providing student-centered programs.

    The Office of Intercultural Engagement serves a critical role in providing learning opportunities for students that promote awareness and respect for cultural diversity and offer opportunities to provoke thought and expand cross-cultural and inter-cultural knowledge.

    The Office of  Intercultural Engagement strives to contribute to a community in which all students feel safe and empowered to recognize and act on one’s social responsibility in relation to domestic and global issues.

    The Office of Intercultural Engagement offers advocacy, programming, and support systems to encourage students to realize the highest level of their potential, particularly as it pertains to the University’s retention and graduation efforts of traditionally under-served student populations (such as, but not limited to race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression).


New Student Transitions & First Year Experience plus

    Elliott University Center, Suite 245
    (336) 334-5231

    The Office of New Student Transitions and First Year Experience will provide a coordinated, comprehensive approach to enhancing first year student success and retention; provide resources and services that will enhance the college transition experience, communication efficiencies, and will provide the necessary supports for families of our student required for improving student satisfaction, academic success, and retention.

    First Year and Transition Programs strives to serve the best interest of the student by enhancing student success through coordinated and purposeful transition programs, reducing obstacles, and increasing support in the first year.

Office of Leadership & Service Learning plus

    Elliott University Center, Suite 216
    (336) 256-0538

    Through civic engagement, community partner collaboration, and personal reflection, the Office of Leadership & Service Learning prepares students for a life of active citizenship.

    Programs coordinated within OLSL include:

    • Leadership Challenge
    • IMPACT
    • Service Saturdays
    • Service Trips
    • OLSL Speaker Series

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