UNC Greensboro is committed to fostering a healthy, safe campus environment for all students, faculty, staff, and community members. Resources like primary medical care, sexual assault awareness and prevention programs, advocacy, counseling, crisis intervention, and more put this commitment into practice.
The CVRC is the go-to resource for any UNCG community member impacted by violence.
UNCG Police provide proactive, professional law enforcement services for the campus and surrounding community. Programs include Run-Hide-Fight, response to an active shooter training, and sexual assault awareness and prevention programs such as RAD.
Services include individual counseling, group therapy, crisis intervention, psychiatric services, and more.
Located in the heart of campus, the Student Health Center provides health care that empowers students and promotes student success. Services include counseling, primary medical care, prescription refills, immunizations, recovery coaching, and more.
UNCG is committed to ensuring that our living and learning environment is free from sex and gender-based harassment and discrimination. The Title IX Office is responsible for overseeing the University’s response to allegations of violations.