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Housing

All UNCG students have the option of living on or off campus. Approximately 4,200 students live in 24 residence halls on campus.

Students may request residence halls or roommates by name, and whenever possible, such requests will be honored.

Each residence hall is staffed with either a full-time professional Coordinator for Residence Life, a Residential College Coordinator, or a Resident Director/Head Resident who is a graduate student or senior. These staff supervise undergraduate Resident Advisors, who also live in the building. In addition, each hall forms a hall council made up of elected student representatives. These staff and student representatives work together to build an academically and socially supportive community in each hall.

All residence hall rooms are furnished with beds, dressers, and desks. All have community bathrooms either by floor, wing, or within a suite or apartment-style arrangement. All residence halls are equipped with one or more lounges, recreation rooms, study rooms, laundry rooms, and kitchens. All residence hall rooms are provided with Internet access through Time Warner Cable. Students must provide their own computer equipment. All residence hall rooms have a cable TV connection and Time Warner Cable Service with 78 channels, including HBO.

To request a space, students must apply on the UNCG Housing & Residence Life Web site at http://hrl.uncg.edu. Descriptions of the halls and directions for applying for housing are available on the Web site. See current housing costs. For a complete listing of suggestions for what to bring to campus, see the Housing and Residence Life Web site.

Housing Options

The Office of Housing and Residence Life offers a wide array of services and experiences for our students. For the most current information about living on campus at UNCG, please refer to http://hrl.uncg.edu. Check-in and check-out times and procedures, room assignments, returning student application process, summer housing, special interest programs, and policies and procedures documentation are available online. You may also e-mail Housing and Residence Life at hrl@uncg.edu.

Housing for New Students

UNCG houses new students primarily by class level. First-year students are assigned to the following halls: Cone, Ragsdale-Mendenhall, Grogan, Weil-Winfield, Moore-Strong, Reynolds, Mary Foust, and South Spencer Halls. All freshman halls are air-conditioned.

New transfer, graduate, and continuing students are assigned to Cotten, Guilford, Hinshaw, North Spencer, Phillips-Hawkins, Shaw, Tower Village, and the Spring Garden Apartments.

UNCG also offers a number of special housing options, which include Strong College in South Spencer Hall, Ashby Residential College in Mary Foust Hall, Grogan College in Grogan Hall, the Leadership Program in Cone Hall, the First-Year Experience Program in Reynolds, the International House in Hawkins Hall, the Make a Difference Program in Moore-Strong Hall, Panhellenic Sorority housing in Coit and Jamison Hall, and a traditional-visitation 20-hour quiet hall for women in Gray.

Off Campus Housing

The Information Desk in Elliott University Center maintains a self-help facility that makes available listings of off-campus accommodations sent to EUC by private landlords. Persons can use the off-campus housing resource center in EUC during normal operating hours.