At UNC Greensboro, everyone finds their place, their home, their people – whether that’s joining one of more than 300 student groups, enjoying some friendly competition with intramural sports, participating in a leadership development program, or living out UNCG’s motto of “Service.”

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Recreation & Wellness

Find Your Well-being Here

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The eight Dimensions of Wellness will help you get started or continue on your health and well-being journey. 

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Spartans Thrive is a unique initiative designed to nurture not just your academic prowess, but your overall well-being

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The Spartan Experience will enable you to make the most of your time while you complete your degree and give you the tools to be able to articulate how your campus life helped you develop personally and professionally. 

Graduate Student Life

Lofts on Lee Residence Hall

our community

Create meaningful relationships, explore common interests and put your graduate knowledge into practice through events and opportunities to serve the greater Greensboro community. Live on campus in our graduate student housing called Lofts on Lee, at the bustling Spartan Village – a mix of residential and commercial space.

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A graduate student describes her research to Chancellor Gilliam at the Graduate Research Expo.
Graduate Research Expo presenter Krystle Dove, School of Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice: Can Travel Time Impact Women Veteran Utilization, discussing poster with Chancellor Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr.

events & programs

The Graduate School at UNCG offers a variety of events and programs for you to showcase your knowledge and research as well as learn from fellow students, faculty, and guest lecturers.

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Students discuss project findings in the School of Education
Students discuss project findings in the School of Education

Support resources

At UNCG, we are invested in your success. Whether you are a Minerva Scholar or  a student in need of assistance, we offer a variety of workshops and events to help you succeed. Take advantage of peer writing support groups, writing bootcamps, and other opportunities.

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Graduate students from University Research
Students speak with Dr. Michell Croatt, Organic Chemistry Professor, outside of the Sullivan Science building

graduate student association

As a graduate student, you can apply for financial awards to support your thesis, dissertation, local community-based research, or travel to conferences. The Graduate Student Association awards approximately $50,000 to support students as they pursue their master’s or doctoral degrees. 

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