98% of freshmen students who filled out the SOAR survey indicated that they think UNCG has a culture of care to support them.
94% of freshmen students who filled out the SOAR survey indicated that by viewing Life at the G, they feel more knowledgeable about experience they may have as a UNCG student.
We asked the question, "Name one thing that Life at the G taught you." We received 482 comments and 204 of them fell under the theme Spartans look out for and support one another.
100% The Dean of Students staff is devoted to creating a culture of care in which students feel supported and empowered to succeed.
600 UNCG Spartans received direction on how to help their peers in distress (Student Helping Student)

The Dean of Students Office

UNCG Cares: Recognize and Assist Students in Distress

Every Student at UNCG has a responsibility to help a student who is in distress.

UNCG Cares

Signs of distress:

  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Abuse of alcohol and/or drugs
  • Unprovoked anger or hostility
  • Expressions of hopelessness

Possible signs of distress:

  • Sleeps too much
  • Social isolation
  • Big change in behavior/mood
  • Unusually low self-esteem

If you are worried about another student, send the person of the information to ones of these four offices:

In case of emergency, please call University Police: (336) 334-4444


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