UNCG seeks to promote a Culture of Care in our campus community by instilling support and care for fellow Spartans. We strive to connect students with the resources they need.

In Crisis

If you need crisis services, the Counseling Center and/or UNCG Police can help. Contact the Counseling Center 24/7 at 336.334.5874.

When in doubt, call 911

Suicide Prevention

Question. Persuade. Refer. or QPR is a suicide prevention training designed to increase your ability to recognize suicidal thoughts and behaviors and to refer the person at-risk to a professional resource. If you or someone you know are in distress, call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 800.273.8255.

Experiencing a Hardship

The Dean of Students Office, in the Division of Student Affairs, provides consultation, resources, and response for students in crisis and those experiencing a hardship.

We Recover

The Spartan Recovery Program creates a recovery-minded community of empowerment, purpose and inclusion in which students in all phases of recovery can pursue their personal goals for the purpose of enhancing personal wellness and contributions to the global community.

Need Food or Clothing

The Spartan Open Pantry is UNCG’s food and clothing pantry for students and staff in need of assistance. They also serve a hot meal on Tuesdays and Wednesdays!

No need is too small!

Safe Housing

Safe and stable housing options are critical to the well-being of our students. The Dean of Students Office has partnered with campus units and community agencies to connect Spartans with much needed support and resources.

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders. This training gives you the skills you need to reach out and provide initial support to someone and help connect them to appropriate care.


The Spartan Well-Being provides education and resources in areas such as alcohol and substance use prevention, sexual health, nutrition and body image, mental health, and violence prevention, as well as the dimensions of wellness.

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