UNC Greensboro

Finding Her Way Home

Wearing a green sweater Cat Regan smiles for the camera in front of UNCG campus.

With the help of financial aid, scholarships and supportive professors, Bryan School student Cat Regan has found a home at UNCG.

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

Four UNCG students walk down College Ave

Student ambassadors with UNCG’s Office of Intercultural Engagement took the lead and created a month of festivities and educational opportunities.

Pet walls brighten UNCG halls

A photo of two dogs on a poster.

A story about a beloved pet is a good conversation starter. Two “pet walls” created by UNC Greensboro departments help students relax, laugh, and get to know each other better between classes and assignments.

UNCG Pride: A Place For Everyone

Pride flags are displayed on a table

June is Pride Month, but LGBTQ+ inclusion is a priority at UNC Greensboro year-round. Read more about the many resources for the LGBTQ+ community on campus.

Defend smarter with UNCG R.A.D. course

A woman participates in a self-defense simulation

UNCG’s Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) course is more than just a self-defense class. The 12-hour program is about preparing for the unexpected with everything at your disposal.

No Labels, Welcoming All

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They may have “No Labels,” but one campus organization has a mission: provide a safe space for queer people of color, allies, and advocates.

Beck Foster Charts His Course 

Photo of Beck Foster in scrubs.

School of Nursing graduate Beck Foster followed his family members into the medical field, finding his path in the trauma ICU and excelling in patient communication.

Our History Too

Two people hold hands. One person is in black and white, the other person is in color.

LGBTQ students and faculty have created their own networks to educate others about their existence, and fight for human rights. Even now, UNCG is not perfect. But it has come a long way.