It's spring. Ready for some baseball? On Fridays this season, it'll be free. Read more about these free home games.
Fridays this spring will be a wonderful time to get out with the family and enjoy America's pastime for free.
UNCG Theatre is taking its edgy adaptation of The Revenger's Tragedy on the road to Washington, D.C. At the request of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Read more about this honor and learn where you can see the show for free.
Garden enthusiasts, take note. This year's Reunion has something you won't want to miss. Read more about a trip to the chancellor's garden and other Reunion learning sessions.
Curious about the Students First Campaign? Now you can read the latest news and donor stories at CampaignNews.uncg.edu. Read more about how you can keep up with the campaign.
You know UNCG is an inspiring place to be. Now you have proof. A new university web site showcases UNCG in a new light, addressing some ways in which UNCG serves our state and nation. Read more about inspirechange.uncg.edu.
Don't miss a chance to meet the chancellor at various alumni receptions, sign up for Reunion and bring a picnic to Picnic. Learn more about these and other upcoming events.