UNC Greensboro

New UNCG website tips

Visitors to the UNCG website will notice a brand new look. But this overhaul is more than just aesthetically pleasing. The result of a 3-year overhaul will make it easier for visitors to find the information they need.


An easy way for faculty to access gaming and Esports resources

UNCG’s Network for the Cultural Study of Videogaming (NCSV) connects cross-disciplinary faculty and students from across campus and beyond, creating a hub of research and learning around video games and their cultures.Our events, programming, and curriculum place UNCG at the forefront of this cultural landscape.


Volunteer for Late Night Breakfast

Students will get their fill of their favorite breakfast foods before they start studying for exams. Volunteers are needed for this campus tradition on November 30.


Giving Tuesday promotes campus connections

Please consider supporting UNC Greensboro through this year’s Giving Tuesday effort, which will focus primarily on activating engaged alumni who have not yet made a gift to the University. Anyone can make a gift on Tuesday, November 29, by going to the Giving Tuesday website.


Starfish updates and reminders for December 2022

It is the Last Day of Class. As students and faculty prepare for a restful break, the Students First Office reminds instructors that the Starfish EARLY ALERT and CONNECT are still available to track students’ academic progress.


Moss Street Partnership School sharing holiday cheer

Moss Street Partnership School is wishing to bring cheer approximately a hundred families that are in need this holiday season. They are working to provide families in need with gift cards in lieu of specific gifts.

Anyone who would like to purchase a gift card to pass along to families, please donate a minimum of $25 increment gift cards (ex. $50 donation as two $25 cards) to the families. Local stores in Reidsville include Wal-Mart, Sheetz, Lowes Food, Food Lion, Family Dollar, Shell, and Amazon.

Please review the available slots and select a date to drop off the gift card. Donors may also request someone from the administrative team pick them up. Upon selecting a date, please indicate how many gift cards are being donated and the amount.

Please drop off gift card or cards at Moss Street Partnership School to the principal, Dr. Catina Chestnut or the school social worker Courtney Hall by Friday, December 9. Any questions can be emailed to Dr. Chestnut or Hall, or call 336-349-5370.

The MSPS staff appreciate everyone’s generosity.


The Greensboro Review publishes its 112th issue

Despite challenges in literary publishing, our campus staff remains hard at work and dedicated to rigorous editorial production. Graduate students in creative writing continue to serve as editors and interns on “The Greensboro Review,” and our editors emeritus have gone on to pursue careers at celebrated publishing houses, literary agencies, arts organizations, tech companies, and universities across the country.