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Leila Howze Sees the Divine In Peace and Conflict Studies

Leila Howze

Leila Howze entered UNC Greensboro in Fall 2021, She was interested in social movements in general, but she didn’t know how to enter them constructively. This led her to UNCG’s Peace and Conflict Studies program.

Cultivando Latinidad: El Mes de la Herencia Hispania

Three UNCG students eating conchas

La universidad de UNC Greensboro ha dado la bienvenida a la segunda semana del Mes se la Herencia Hispana con el objetivo de unirse para celebrar y honrar la rica herencia cultural de la comunidad Hispana.   El mes de la Herencia Hispana es un momento para reflexionar sobre las … Continued

Enrollment by the Numbers

A UNCG student gives Spiro the mascot a high five.

This is a snapshot of UNCG’s incoming and continuing undergraduate classes that informs our understanding of who our Spartans are in 2023. These statistics can serve as a launch point for conversation and collaboration for recruiting, retaining, and driving student success.

Save the Date: State of the Campus

UNCG Chancellor Gilliam speaks at a podium.

Chancellor Gilliam will give this speech on October 3. All faculty and campus employees are invited to attend and hear directly from the Chancellor about the plans for the University’s future.

UNCG Rises to the Top of the Rankings

Two students sit outside UNCG campus completing school work

UNC Greensboro is continually recognized in national rankings for excellence, access, and affordability. Ranked North Carolina’s most affordable University and one of America’s Best Colleges by Forbes, Money, and U.S. News and World Report.