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2023-2024 Year in Review

UNCG students enjoy a nice day on campus with food trucks.

The 2023-2024 year provided countless access to excellence opportunities for our students on campus and beyond. Take a look back at the year that was and what will be.

James McBride at UNCG May 16

portrait of James McBride

Greensboro Bound and UNC Greensboro are collaborating to bring National Book Award-winning author James McBride to the Elliott University Center May 16 at 7 p.m.

Find Your Camp at UNCG

Students play in an orchestra at UNCG.

UNCG hosts a variety of camps each summer that serve children’s unique interests, whether that be music, athletics, or just the chance to spend time with other kids like them.

Music of Moran: Shared Piano Brings Out UNCG Students’ Talent

UNCG student Phoenyx Raiola plays piano in Moran Commons.

Students and songs span across majors and minors. A piano at the heart of UNCG’s campus is bringing those two worlds together. The student who proposed putting a piano at Moran Commons shares how its music is creating new and special shared experiences for Spartans.

UNCG’s Naturally Gifted Beauty

UNCG students lay on grass

How did UNCG’s campus get this beautiful? Hundreds of gifts, large and small, have made our campus landscape ideal for students and welcoming to returning alumni

Spartans Thrive Takes Wellness Beyond the Expected

UNCG's Regina McCoy stands back to back with a student holding textbooks.

Since the start of the spring semester, 636 new mentorships have been formed. It’s part of the foundation of health and wellness UNCG is laying to help students flourish in and outside of the classroom.

Eco-Friendly Scooters and Bikes Now Available for UNCG Students

Student stands with blue bird bike

UNC Greensboro and the City of Greensboro have individually partnered with Bird, a leader in environmentally friendly electric transportation. Through the partnerships, shared e-scooters and e-bikes are now available to UNCG students and city residents.