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Fall 2016: Monday, Oct. 24, 2016
Department of Recreation and Wellness
Violence Unsilenced Film: Hunting Ground
Tuesday, Oct. 25

The Hunting Ground is an exposé of rape crimes on U.S. college campuses, their institutional cover-ups, and the devastating toll they take on students and their families. Join Recreation & Wellness on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at 6 p.m. in the EUC Maple as we screen the film.
Silent Witness Project
Wednesday, Oct. 26 - EUC Auditorium

A memorial to Guilford County residents whose lives were ended abruptly and violently at the hands of a current or former partner or stalker. The exhibit has life-size silhouettes of individuals that share the story of how violence ended their lives to break the silence about domestic violence. 
FIFA 16 Xbox Tournament
Saturday, Oct. 29 

The Intramural Sports Xbox tournament series continues with the FIFA 16 Tournament on Saturday, Oct. 29. The event will consist of one-on-one matches. Participants are free to select their favorite teams. Register for free on-line  HERE
Housing and Residence Life
UNCG Students - Important Housing Processes
Use Artemis, the housing portal , for either of the following: 

Spring 2017 Housing Application

If you are a UNCG student not living on campus now and you want to live on campus in the Spring 2017 semester, it's time to complete the Spring 2017 Housing Application.

Is your Roommate/Suite-mate, or Apartment-mate Leaving Before Spring 2017?

If your current roommate or one of your current suitemates or apartment-mates is not returning to UNCG for the Spring 2017 semester, you may request to pull in a current resident or a UNCG student who has completed a Spring 2017 Housing application. To do so, you need to complete the Roommate Pull-In Form in ARTEMIS by Monday,  Nov. 28, 2016.  After we have verified both the requested space and roommate request, we will contact you to confirm the pull-in. A student who cancels his/her housing contract cannot pull someone in to take his/her bed space.

Would you like to be an RA in 2017-18?
It’s time to apply to be a Resident Advisor for 2017-18. Completed applications are due Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, by 11:59 p.m.
Ashby College Haunted House

Every year Ashby College (in Mary Foust Residence Hall) creates a large-scale, creative haunted house experience, open to campus and the public. 

This year’s event is called “Devil’s Dollhouse,” a haunted toy factory and will be held Saturday, Oct. 29, from 7 p.m. - 12 a.m. The event will be held in Mary Foust, 301 College Avenue. Admission is $5 per person, or $3 with a canned food item. All proceeds benefit The ARC of Greensboro and the Spartan Pantry. 

Attend if you dare! 

Visit the website for more information, HERE .
Office of Campus Activities and Programs
Greek Treats
Saturday, Oct. 29 | 5-7 p.m. 

Sponsored by Fraternity and Sorority Life. Join us to serve the community as we dress up, provide candy and games for families attending the evening's soccer game against the Virginia Military Institute for senior day. 
Career Services Center
2016 Etiquette Dinner
RSVP in SpartanCareers by Monday, Oct. 31.

ENJOY a formal five-course meal.
NETWORK with leading local employers.
LEARN from internationally acclaimed etiquette expert.

Cone Ballroom, Elliott University Center

Professional business attire is required.  

  • For women, a business suit, pants suit, or dress (jacket preferred) is appropriate
  • For men, this means a business suit or collared shirt, dress pants, and tie (jacket preferred)
  • Open to all undergraduate and graduate students
  • UNCG students - $15/person
  • UNCG groups - $120/table of eight
For more information or disability accommodations, contact Lucretia King (336) 344-4504 or lgking@uncg.edu.
Housing and Residence Life - All Residents
Save the Date!
Make plans now to attend the Tunnel of Oppression on Monday, Feb. 27, 2017 in the EUC Cone Ballroom. For details, please visit the  Tunnel  site. 
Office of Leadership and Service Learning
Bronze Leader Challenge

Are you interested in sharpening your leadership skills? 

Take your leadership to new heights with the Bronze Leadership Challenge Program! The program is an institution-wide commitment to offer all UNCG students leadership education, training, and professional development. Not only is this a great addition to your resume, but the program is also a great way to develop your communication skills, increase your intercultural knowledge, and provides a great opportunity to engage with your community on and off of campus. Through the Leadership Challenge, UNCG students are encouraged to do something bigger altogether. Click HERE to register for the workshop.

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
The Division of Student Affairs
Mossman Building
P.O. Box 26170
Greensboro, NC 27402