You’re here and you’re on campus. Now what? This section contains information that is especially helpful for new freshmen or new transfer students, to help you understand all of the new experiences you may encounter. You can also look over the official policies and procedures that apply to residents who live on campus.
Here’s what you’ll find:
We are determined to make sure that new students and their families feel confident, secure and included while living in their new UNCG community. Following these simple suggestions can help you assimilate from the moment you step on campus.
Transitioning from high school to college is an exciting and daunting experience. Fortunately, you have already learned many of the academic and social skills you will use to succeed in college, but there are a few fundamental differences.
College is a time of excitement, exploration, and freedom for many students. It’s a chance to discover new things that you are passionate about in a safe environment. However, not everyone is able to dive head-first into the whirlwind of university life.
You probably started to think about what it would be like to have a roommate well before you had an assignment. For many of you, this will be the first time that you will share a room with another person, a person you may not know.
No matter what your major is, while you’re at UNCG you can be sure that you will be doing a lot of writing and public speaking, and probably some media production as well.
Living in a residence hall gives you a unique opportunity to meet and live with a variety of people from different cultures. You are provided with unlimited access to learn and grow in a safe and secure environment. In order to accomplish this, the following policies and procedures have been implemented.