Bronze Challenge Cohort Groups

The Office of Leadership and Service-Learning collaborates with various campus partners, and collectively integrates leadership curriculum through curricular and co-curricular methods.  Bronze Cohorts are one example of these collaborative efforts.  Cohorts are specialized groups of students who complete the Bronze level as a group, attending workshops and engaging in reflective activities together.  If you are interested in joining a cohort, please reach out to the contact person listed for each group below!

Ashby Residential College – Housing and Residence Life

Ashby Residential College, founded in 1970, is the oldest residential college in North Carolina. We foster a living-learning, holistic academic community grounded in a tradition of liberal education and critical thinking. As a residential college, we offer a full range of classes in the residence hall that have a curricular focus of digital communication and ethical engagement in civic and academic life. We value faculty-student interactions and emphasize small-seminar classes that meet UNCG General Education Requirements (GEC).  Self-governing activities and leadership opportunities encourage students to integrate and apply knowledge to societal challenges, implement projects that foster personal development, innovation, and collaboration.

For more information, contact Will Dodson (wjdodson@uncg.edu)

Biology – Department of Biology

The Department of Biology at UNCG is committed to providing excellent and comprehensive instruction at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.  We offer a full range of courses to students pursuing a degree in Biology or Medical Technology, as well as to non-biology majors interested in the biological sciences.

For more information, contact Meg Horton (mlhorton@uncg.edu)

Counseling and Educational Development – School of Education

The CED program is open to Master’s and Doctorate seeking students interested in mental health counseling, school counseling, student development and college counseling, couple and family counseling, or counselor education and offers specialized tracks that position you for the career path of your choice.

For more information, contact Becca Cash (rmcash@uncg.edu)

Executive – Office of Leadership and Service-Learning

The Executive Leadership Program is offered to all post-Bachelor degree seeking students who wish to pursue leadership development at UNCG.  Drawing on leadership experiences, the program is designed to help participants reach their full leadership potential, identify and strengthen personal leadership styles, and engage the future by developing leadership in others.

For more information, contact Wally Vinson (gwvinson@uncg.edu)

Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities (Student Conduct)

The Student Conduct Team assists the OSRR in regards to the student conduct process.  The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities supports the University’s mission of preparing students for lives of engaged citizenship and leadership in a global society through advocacy, education and accountability.

For more information, contact Sarah Jefferson (s_jeffer@uncg.edu)

Office of Leadership and Service-Learning

Leadership Challenge Program is an institution-wide commitment to offer all UNCG students leadership education, training, and development through curricular and co-curricular experiences.  These experiences assist students in the development of leadership skills through varied leadership experiences and prepare students to serve as citizen-leaders in a global community.  Leadership development also seeks to engage students in the process of leadership through community engagement and service-learning.  Register for Fall workshops here!

For more information, contact Lindsey Woelker (l_woelke@uncg.edu)

Resident Assistants (RA) – Housing and Residence Life

RAs are responsible for a living area housing approximately 25-75 students in one of the University residence halls. RAs have responsibilities in student development, programming, general administration, maintenance, and facility administration, and the selection of staff. The RA works as an integral member of the Housing and Residence Life team and is required to demonstrate professionalism as they assist students daily. RAs articulate to residents the philosophy and policies of Housing and Residence Life and UNC Greensboro. They represent HRL and UNCG by serving as a primary role model for residents.

For more information, contact Chris Gregory (cdgregor@uncg.edu)

Transfer and Adult Student Union

To provide a safe and confidential environment for Transfer and Adult students to engage, interact and achieve academically and socially on the UNC Greensboro campus. We will strive to provide a strong visible presence on campus while making sure members are aware of their rights and resources on campus while also making a presence in the community.

For more information, contact Tiffany Boley (t_boley@uncg.edu)

UNCG Explorers

UNCG Explorers is a community of hardworking first-year students dedicated to achieving academic excellence and professional success. This Living-Learning Community is designed to help first year Exploratory majors make decisions about their academic major based on their own career aspirations, passions, and skills. Recognizing that leadership skills are increasingly valued in most career fields, this community views leadership development as essential to career development.

For more information, contact Ryan Collins (rmcolli3@uncg.edu)

UNCG Guarantee Program

The UNCG Guarantee is a selective scholarship program for high-achieving, low-income students who plan to attend UNCG and are residents of North Carolina.

For more information, contact Tyshea Lewis (tslewis@uncg.edu) and Chekayla Jones (csjon22@uncg.edu)

Veterans Student Cohort

The Veterans Leadership Challenge is specifically designed to meet the unique needs of students with military experience, and is held in the Veterans Resource Center at 150 Spring Garden Apartments.   Beginning in fall 2017, the Veterans Leadership Challenge will be open to military dependents as well as active duty and prior service members.  If you are interested in joining the challenge, stop by the VRC, call us at 336-334-5632, or e-mail us at veterans@uncg.edu.