Student Services at UNCG


Student Success Center
Provides individualized academic assistance to undergraduate students through tutoring, academic counseling, computer instruction, skills development, and workshops. Includes the Learning Assistance Center, Special Support Services, and Supplemental Instruction Program.
Speaking Center
Seeks to “empower clients with communication confidence and competence” by providing assistance with speech preparation and delivery, interpersonal communication, and group communication. One-on-one consultations or consultant led workshops and orientations are available to UNCG students, faculty, and staff, and to the Greensboro community.
Writing Center
Provides free, individual assistance at any stage of any writing project. Staff consultants offer feedback and suggestions on drafts of papers, help students find answers to their questions about writing, and provide one-on-one writing instruction. The website provides FAQs on the Center, information on citing sources, and some grammar and usage handouts.
Teaching Resources Center
The Teaching Resources Center is a great resource for students interested in teaching. The TRC provides instructional materials and equipment to all students, faculty, and staff of the School of Education. They also provide online prep materials for the PRAXIS 1 exam. The Library Catalog includes TRC materials.
College of Arts & Sciences Advising (CASA)
CASA is the main advising center for new students in the College of Arts and Sciences. If you are undecided in your major or have not yet declared your major, then CASA will provide advising for you. Their website provides information about advising appointments, changing your major, and registering for classes.
Aubrey Paul & Georgia Garrison Lloyd International Honors College
The International Honors College is the honors program at UNCG. Their page provides a wealth of information about the admissions process for the College, the benefits of being a member of the College, and the large number of events occurring at the College.
This program offers intensive English-language instruction and academic preparation for international students who wish to gain eventual admission to the university. Their website provides information about the program and its curriculum.


Financial Aid Office
The FAO assists students with the process of applying for financial aid. Provides information on federal and state need-based financial aid, merit awards and scholarships from UNCG and other organizations, and federal work study. Forms and guides available online include the FAFSA application, Financial Aid Handbook, Federal Work-Study forms, and applications for merit scholarships.
University Registrar’s Office
The Registrar’s Office is a key source for most students at UNCG. The URO maintains all student records including changes of majors and transcripts. Their website provides a wealth of information, including the online Undergraduate Bulletin, academic calendars, exam schedules, forms for changing and declaring majors, transcript ordering, registration instructions, GPA calculation, and information about applying for graduation. All students are highly recommended to refer to this website for questions about any of these concerns.
Undergraduate Admissions – Freshman Services
Freshman Services offers resources to introduce students to UNCG and facilitate the application process for students applying directly out of high school. The webpage gives deadlines for application and notification, and minimum requirements for admission. It also links to campus visit information, chat with current student, online application, and online publications of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Undergraduate Admissions – Adult and Transfer Services
Adult and Transfer Services offers information to Adult and Transfer students to learn more about UNCG prior to admission and to facilitate the application process. The webpage gives specific minimum requirements for transfer students, deadlines, and information on equivalency courses, evening programs, and information sessions.
Office for Adult Students
The office offers information for non-traditional adult students on admissions, scholarships, resources and support, programs and activities, and issues of interest to adult students (child care, computer skills, family activities). Great webpage!
Disability Services
Disability Services provides, coordinates, and advocates for services which enable students with disabilities to receive equal access to a college education and to all aspects of university life. The office arranges accommodations for registered students, such as Alternative Testing, Adaptive Technology/Computer Services, Testing Accommodations, Interpreter Services, and advocacy. The website gives information on registering with Disability Services and requesting services.
International Programs Center
The University's central point of contact for all of its international activities. Aims to provide a heightened awareness on campus of global issues, and to support the University's commitment to increase diversity in its faculty and student bodies. Coordinates the study abroad program and recruits and supports international students and scholars.
International Student and Scholar Services
ISS is located in the International Programs Center, but focuses on providing assistance and services for the International student and scholar community on UNCG’s campus. The program is the University’s representative to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and can provide assistance navigating USCIS’s regulations. They also provide advising and orientation assistance to new international students and scholars.
Career Services Center
The Center offers services and information to students, alumni, faculty and staff for exploring careers and preparing for a job search. Employers can find information about recruiting at UNCG. Job listings, careers tests, and various preparation services are available.
Office of Orientation and Family Programs
The Office of Orientation mainly organizes the Spartan Orientation, Advising and Registration events for new UNCG students. They also organize the Welcome Week before and during the first week of school and the Freshman Summer Reading Program which introduces incoming freshmen to intellectual life in the university.
Continual Learning
The Division of Continual Learning houses several important programs at UNCG. These programs include Summer School, professional test preparation courses, personal and professional development courses for enrichment, youth programs like the All-Arts and Sciences Camp, and online distance courses. Information about all of these programs is available on their website.

Student Life

Housing and Residence Life
Housing and Residence Life coordinates housing and residential services to provide a “high value living experience” for resident students. Housing rates, meal plans, applications, and move-in information are available on the website. The office's AIM screenname is uncghousing.
Office of Student Life
A department with the Division of Student Affairs, OSL develops and implements programs on campus to complement students’ academic studies with social, cultural, and recreational opportunities. OSL manages the Eliot University Center and Aycock Auditorium and oversees student organizations. Their website provides information on the EUC facilities and on student organizations.
Student Employment Office
The SEO assists students with finding and securing student employment on- or off-campus and oversees student employee hiring and supervision on campus. The website provides job searching capabilities for students, and job posting for employers.
Student Health Services
The Student Health Services includes the Medical Clinic, the Counseling and Testing Center, and the Wellness Center. The Medical Clinic, located in the Gove Student Health Center, provide primary care services for UNCG students. The Counseling and Testing Center, located at 1605 Spring Garden Street, provides free counseling and psychological assistance to students as well as administers standardized testing. They also run 24 hour helpThe Wellness Center provides information and education on personal health, nutrition, and sexual health issues.
Student Mediation Program
The Student Mediation Program is housed in the Dean of Students office and provides a forum for students dealing with interpersonal conflicts. The website provides forms and applications for UNCG students to apply to be mediators.
Multicultural Affairs
The Office of Multicultural Affairs provides programs and activities to promote cultural awareness on the UNCG campus. They have extremely popular events such as the monthly lunch series of cultural music and movie nights. The Office also maintains a Multicultural Resource Center with various library materials, space for meetings, and computers. Their newsletter is available from the website.