Access & Support Resources

Health and well-being impact learning and academic success. Throughout your time in the university, you may experience a range of concerns that can cause barriers to your academic success. These might include illnesses, strained relationships, anxiety, high levels of stress, alcohol or drug problems, feeling down, or loss of motivation. Student Health Services, The Counseling Center, or the Office of Accessibility Resources and Services can help with these or other issues you may experience.

You can learn about free, confidential mental health services available on campus by calling 336-334-5874, visiting the website at https://shs.uncg.edu/ or visiting the Anna M. Gove Student Health Center at 107 Gray Drive.

For undergraduate or graduate students in recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction, The Spartan Recovery Program (SRP) offers recovery support services. You can learn more about recovery and recovery support services by visiting https://shs.uncg.edu/srp or reaching out to recovery@uncg.edu.

You may also be eligible for free, confidential academic accommodations if you have been diagnosed with conditions like anxiety, depression, migraines, autism, learning challenges such as dyslexia or ADHD, or have other medical or mobility health concerns. Find out more by calling 336-334-5440, visiting the website at https://oars.uncg.edu/student-services/ or visiting the Office of Accessibility Resources and Services in Suite 215 of the Elliott University Center.


Accessibility Resources:

Office of Accessibility Resources & Services (OARS)

OARS at UNCG provides, coordinates, and advocates for services which enable undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities to receive equal access to a college education and to all aspects of university life.

Phone: 336-334-5440
Website: https://oars.uncg.edu
OARS Resources: https://oars.uncg.edu/student-services/
Faculty & Staff Resources: https://oars.uncg.edu/especially-for-faculty/

Accessibility Resources Website

This website serves as a hub for web accessibility support services and educational resources for faculty, staff and students.

Website: https://accessibility.uncg.edu

Delta Alpha Pi International Honor Society (DAPi); Zeta Phi Chapter

DAPi presents an opportunity to change disability stereotypes by recognizing UNCG students with disabilities for their academic accomplishments and by facilitating development of leadership and advocacy skills for members.

Website: https://uncg.campuslabs.com/engage/organization/deltaalphapihonorsociety

Advocacy (for) Access, Action, Adaption – DREAM

The organization mission is to advocate for accessibility on UNCG’s campus and to educate-through group discussions and activities-students, staff, and faculty about various disabilities including topics such as misconceptions, misinformation, and adaptive technology.

Website: https://uncg.campuslabs.com/engage/organization/advocates4change

Report an Accessibility Issue at UNCG:
Form: https://accessibility.uncg.edu/contacts/report-an-accessibility-issue/

UNCG Campus Accessibility Map:
Map: https://www.uncg.edu/online-map/printable/AccessibilityMap.pdf

Accommodations for online events (ex. Captioning & interpreters):
Website: https://accessibility.uncg.edu/captioning-guide-for-online-events/

Association on Higher Education And Disability (AHEAD):
Website: https://www.ahead.org

The Americans with Disabilities Act:
Website: https://www.ada.gov


Mental Health Support for Graduate Students:

Anna M. Gove Student Health Center

Student Health Services provides medical care and strictly confidential counseling services to students.

Phone: 336-334-5340
Website: https://shs.uncg.edu/
Workshop schedule (including grad student support drop-in): https://shs.uncg.edu/zoom

UNCG Psychology Clinic

The UNCG Psychology Clinic is an outpatient mental health center operated by UNCG’s Department of Psychology. The Psychology Clinic is a nonprofit organization and is pleased to have offered quality, professional, and affordable psychological services to the community for over 40 years.

Phone: 336-334-5662
Website: https://psy.uncg.edu/clinic/

Nicholas A. Vacc Counseling and Consulting Clinic

The Vacc Clinic offers a variety of counseling services (e.g., individual, couple, family, and group counseling) as well as workshops and consultations for an affordable price.

Phone: 336-334-5112
Website: https://soe.uncg.edu/academics/departments/ced/vacc-clinic/

National Grad Crisis Line

The National Grad Crisis Line helps graduate students reach free, confidential telephone counseling, crisis intervention, suicide prevention, and information and referral services provided by specially trained call-takers. Caring, professional staff and well-trained volunteers answer around the clock.

Phone: 1-877-472-3457 (1-877-GRAD-HLP)


Other Campus Resources:

Title IX Office 

Email: mechappe@uncg.edu
Phone: 336-256-0362
Website: http://titleix.wp.uncg.edu/

The Title IX Office assists students by receiving and responding to all reports of sexual assault and dating violence received by the University. Title IX response includes providing interim remedies; residential, academic, social, and employment accommodations, and conducting fair and impartial investigations.

Dean of Students Office

Email: deanofstudents@uncg.edu
Phone: 336-334-5514
Website: http://sa.uncg.edu/dean/

Staff assist students by listening to and assessing their concerns, connecting students to appropriate resources, offering options, and providing information on University policies and procedures.

Office of Accessibility Resources & Services (OARS)

Phone: 336-334-5440
Website: https://oars.uncg.edu

Provides, coordinates, and advocates for services which enable undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities to receive equal access to a college education and to all aspects of university life.

UNCG Campus Police

Emergency Phone: 336-334-4444
Non-Emergency Phone: 336-334-5963
Website: https://police.uncg.edu/

Provides 24-hour contact with the Counseling Center, Dean of Students Office, and other resources; options for anonymously reporting through in-person reports, online reports, and LiveSafe reports; and prosecution options and victim assistance.

Spartan Open Pantry

Phone: 336-334-5119
Website: https://wesleyluther.org/sop
Address: 509 Tate St, Greensboro – Located in the College Place United Methodist Church

UNC Greensboro’s food pantry for students and staff in need of assistance.

Student Success Center

Phone: 336-334-5341
Email: tasp@uncg.edu
Website: https://studentsuccess.uncg.edu/home/

The Student Success Center offers tutoring, academic counseling, academic skills assessments, and supplemental instruction.

Housing and Residence Life

Email: hrl@uncg.edu
Phone: 336-334-5680
Website: https://hrl.uncg.edu/

Housing and Residence life can assist with providing housing related accommodations.