Campus News

New campus initiative helps address food insecurity
Food insecurity among college students is a serious issue on campuses across the country. Recent studies show that approximately 36% of students in the United... Read More >
Spartan finds ‘Tonight Show’ success
Comedian Jourdain Fisher ’12 made his late-night debut on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” last fall. The set was flawless – five minutes of... Read More >
UNCG hosts series of mental health events
It’s Mental Health Month at UNC Greensboro, and the University is hosting a variety of mental health events to support students. Speaker: Jordan Burnham, “Unbreakable:... Read More >
UNCG recognized in U.S. News Best Colleges list
For the 29th straight year, UNC Greensboro is recognized as one of the top universities in the country in the U.S. News & World Report... Read More >
Hive mind: UNCG Plant and Pollinator Center opens
This coming Sunday, September 15, UNC Greensboro marks the opening of a new state-of the-art research facility that serves as a home to some of... Read More >


UPDATE (Resolved): Box Outage
Update (Resolved): 9/12/19, 4:50 p.m. On September 12, 2019, between approximately noon and 4:00 p.m., there was an issue that prevented many users from logging into Box. Box reports that the problem is resolved for the vast majority of affected services. ITS will continue to monitor the service. For technical assistance, please submit a 6-TECH [Read More]
Off-Campus Updates for Windows Computers | Wednesday, September 11
Who: Faculty and staff with Windows computers on the GCN What: Enabling off-campus Windows updates for faculty/staff When: Wednesday, September 11, 2019 On Wednesday, September 11, ITS will enable a feature that allows ITS to offer select software installs from AppCat while computers are not on campus. This feature helps ensure that UNCG’s Windows computers [Read More]
Giving in Times of Need — Safely
As we welcome members of our UNC Wilmington family and mourn the devastation in The Bahamas, our hearts go out to all of those affected by Hurricane Dorian. It is at times like these when we all feel the need to roll up our sleeves and do something, anything, to help our neighbors and communities—and [Read More]
MyCloud Student Desktop Maintenance | Saturday, August 31
Due to unforeseen technical challenges, the MyCloud maintenance work that was scheduled for Saturday, August 31 was not finished. On Sunday September 1, 2019, 5:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m., ITS will complete the work. The Student Desktop in MyCloud will not be available during this time. ITS apologizes for any inconvenience. Who: Users of the [Read More]
Update Released to Address a High-Risk Vulnerability for All iOS Devices
An update to address a high-risk vulnerability has been released for all iOS devices.  The vulnerability could allow an attacker to install programs; view, change, or delete data; or create new accounts with full user rights. This applies to systems with iOS versions prior to 12.4.1. Apple-device owners should apply the Apple-provided patches immediately. As [Read More]


UNCG Men's Golf In Fifth Place At Rod Myers Invitational
UNCG Men's Golf In Fifth Place At Rod Myers Invitational
UNCG Women's Soccer Matches Up With Bulldogs
The Spartans prep for their fourth road contest of the season at Gardner-Webb this Sunday
UNCG Volleyball Splits Match Decisions On Saturday
UNCG Volleyball Splits Match Decisions On Saturday
UNCG Volleyball Falls In Colonial Classic Opener
UNCG Volleyball Falls In Colonial Classic Opener
UNCG Men's Soccer Falls To Campbell On The Road
The Camels score an early tally before taking home a 2-0 victory over the Spartans on Friday night


UNC Greensboro receives grant to participate in student success innovation
Gabrielle Lowery Staff Writer On Tuesday, August 6, The University of North Carolina systems announced that the University of North Carolina Greensboro would be one of six institutions receiving a grant to participate in the student success innovation lab (SSIL). Student... Read More ›
NEWS RELEASE: Greensboro Pride Festival to Commemorate 50th Anniversary of Stonewall Riots
Sarah M. Lansesarah@greensboropride.org GREENSBORO, NC  — The 2019 Greensboro Pride Festival will commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. Alternative Resources of the Triad, which organizes the festival, will create its own Stonewall Stone Wall to honor the event... Read More ›
Shooting Occurs in Texas Four Weeks After El Paso Shooting
Peyton UpchurchStaff Writer Mere hours after being dismissed from his job as a trucker, a man with an assault-style weapon wreaked havoc on two West Texas towns, leading law enforcement on a high-speed chase that ultimately resulted in the death... Read More ›
Lab-Grown “Minibrains” Raise Questions of Morality
Marisa Sloan Staff Writer Clusters of human brain cells known as organoids have been successfully grown in a lab, according to a report researchers published in the journal “Cell Stem Cell” on Aug. 29. These organoids, popularly known as “minibrains,”... Read More ›
The Life and Death of Toni Morrison
Marlas Whitley Staff Writer In my freshman year of university, I began to veer away from Young Adult fiction, something I thought I’d never bring myself to do post Hunger Games mania. I sampled the different, literary flavors that where... Read More ›


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