The Quad has been a part of campus since the early 1920s. But what will it be like in the future? The seven Quad residence halls are already $32 million behind in deferred maintenance. They have worn-out systems and there's weak demand for the rooms. The university is seeking input on whether it should completely rebuild or completely redo the rooms. Read more about the issue and opportunities to express your opinion.
The university is gathering input about renovating or rebuilding the Quad.
Tuesday, May 5, will be a special day in the life of UNCG. At 10 a.m., Chancellor Linda Parrish Brady will be installed as the university's 10th chancellor. After the ceremony in Aycock Auditorium, a reception will be held in Foust Park. Read more about the ceremony.
It's been 40 years. Now it's time to come back home. Neo-Black Society alumni are invited to the 40th Anniversary Celebration at UNCG Friday through Sunday, May 29-31. Read more about what's in store for the celebration.
Reunion has more in store than just events for specific class years. On Saturday, the Alumni Association will hold its annual meeting and affirm the slate of officers and directors. Take a peek at who will be representing you next year.
Four people. Four legacies of service. Four award winners. On April 2, Chancellor Linda P. Brady recognized the four recipients who received UNCG's top awards for service this year. Read more about the recipients of the McIver, Holderness/Weaver, alumni distinguished service and young alumni awards.
Don't forget Reunion this weekend! Also, remember to take in some free baseball games on Fridays in May. Learn more about these and other upcoming events.