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

PATHS

Partners Assisting the Homeless & Hungry Spartan (PATHS)

Each year many new and returning Spartans are coming from families who are experiencing challenging economic times. This is presenting unique challenges for many of our Spartans that are trying to do well in school, “fit in,” and figure out what their future will look like.

While no one knows the exact number of homeless or hungry students on campus, the Dean of Students Office has provided assistance to many Spartans who are cash-strapped and or homeless. In some cases, these students were spending nights in places that are open around the clock, showering in gyms, sleeping in cars, or “couch surfing” with a succession of friends. Without support systems in place these students, many of whom prefer to remain hidden during hard times, are facing these challenges alone while struggling to provide for their own livelihood.

At UNCG, we want to do our part to support our homeless & hungry Spartans. Partners Assisting the Homeless & Hungry Spartan (PATHS) is one of several UNCG Cares initiatives whereby the Dean of Students Office has partnered with campus units and community agencies to connect homeless Spartans to much needed support and resources.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jewish Family Services Food Pantry

The food pantry is open to everyone in Greensboro and begins with a call to Beth Childs at 852-4829,ext. 226. Appointments for the pantry are then scheduled with Marcia Hermelin at 852-4829, ext. 222. The pantry is open by appointment Tuesdays 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and Thursdays 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. If you are interested in volunteering with the pantry, please call David Frazier at 852-4829, ext. 227. Donations of food items, food gift cards, and monetary donations are most welcome.