UNCG will remain under Condition 2: Suspended Operations through Tuesday, December 11th. Please visit spartanalert.uncg.edu for more information.
Princeton Review’s Best Colleges for 20 consecutive years
U.S. News & World Report's Best Colleges for 28 consecutive years
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Recognized for low student debt in 2018 LendEDU Student Debt Rankings
2018 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award
One of four UNC System institutions to be named a College of Distinction
One of 30 institutions selected for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Frontier Set
Recognized as a Military Friendly School and Best for Vets
UNCG to open pop up shop in downtown Greensboro
UNCG one of 25 colleges recognized for improving campus safety
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Were you a part of UNC Greensboro's 2018 holiday card and video? Visit this link to find your picture and share it on social media: https://go.uncg.edu/holiday2018 #UNCGWay
Meet Jackie Batten, a dance performance and choreography major, and the second of two graduates profiled by the University during December Commencement season. #UNCGgrad
Meet Evan Bradner a dual major in biochemistry and economics, and one of two graduates profiled by the University during December Commencement season. #UNCGgrad
Spartans participated in the inaugural Storm the Streets spirit march from campus to the Greensboro Coliseum, for the men's basketball home opener on Nov. 16, 2018.
UNCG Police K-9, Tink, was able to have the necessary surgery to repair a collapsed lung and return to duty thanks to the Greensboro Community's generosity through a GoFundMe campaign.
UNCG continues its Spartan Spotlight profile series with a Q&A with Professor of Jazz Steve Haines.
Dr. John R. Locke retires this December after serving the UNC Greensboro School of Music for more than 36 years as Professor of Music, Director of Bands, and conductor of the Wind Ensemble. He's also founder and director of the UNCG Summer Music Camp, which, at 2,000 students every summer, is known as the largest music camp on a university campus nationwide. Locke was among the youngest conductors ever to be elected to membership in the prestigious American Bandmasters Association, and in 2005 was elected president of the organization. Locke has produced 16 albums with the UNCG Wind Ensemble, one of which was a Grammy award semifinalist. Locke is famous for playing John Philip Sousa on UNCG's campus, complete with Marine Band costumes for the entire Wind Ensemble.
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