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

Especially for Faculty

Title IX: Pregnant or Parenting Students

Title IX prohibits educational institutions from discriminating against pregnant students based upon their marital status and cannot discriminate against a student because of childbirth, false pregnancy, or recovery from related conditions. Under Title IX, a pregnant student can request a withdrawal from classes without penalty for as long as it is deemed medically necessary to be absent and to resume the academic status held when the leave began. Student do not have to drop  classes, program, or change educational plans due to pregnancy, but may be required to make up work that is missed.

Please review the resource links below for additional information. Printed copies of this information can be submitted to your instructor if they ask if or how they can accommodate your pregnancy.

If you have any questions regarding a students’s rights as a pregnant or parenting student, please contact the Title IX Office (336)256- 0362 or the Dean of Students Office (336) 334-5514.

Student Policy Handbook

The Student Policy Handbook contains the Student Conduct Code and all policies applicable to students. 

Per the Class Attendance Policy, the Dean of Students Office Responsibility is as follows:

Notify each instructor on the student’s behalf  ONLY when personal reasons (e.g., family emergency, illness, bereavement, birth of a child, military duty, etc.) prevent the student from properly notifying each instructor because of circumstances beyond the student’s control. The student or the student’s representative should contact the Dean of Students Office (336-334-5514) if the student is unable to make direct contact by e-mail or phone with each instructor or is unable to leave word with each instructor’s department.

Review documentation by a licensed health professional and confirm its receipt with each instructor if the student experiences a medical or psychological event that significantly impairs their ability to function successfully or safely as a student.

The student should be aware that assistance of the Dean of Students Office does not change in any way the outcome of the instructor’s decision regarding the student’s academic work, grades and performance in any given course.

Click here for a complete description of the class attendance policy
Students can submit their medical documentation to the Dean of Students Office for review here: https://cm.maxient.com/reportingform.php?UNCGreensboro&layout_id=17

Academic Integrity

  • The Council of Writing Program Administrators: Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism.
  • The Center for Academic Integrity at Clemson University
  • Online plagiarism tutorials are available for open access/use at:
    www.umuc.edu/distance/odell/cip/vail/home.html
  • AcademicIntegritySiminar.Com
    This website is designed to be a national resource on academic integrity and student ethical development. Our focus is on offering demanding, individually reviewed and evaluated seminars of varied design for high school, college and graduate/professional students. Students are usually assigned to us by referring educational institutions. Once completed, seminar evaluations are then shared with the student and the referring institution.

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