If you are going to be in Greensboro over the summer and are not taking classes, you will need to purchase a summer pass for the Kaplan Center. The pass is good from Monday, May 15 through Sunday, Aug. 13 and are available for purchase starting May 1st. If you are enrolled in classes for either summer session, then you will have access to the Kaplan Center all summer long. Visithttp://recwell.uncg.edu/memberships to learn more.
Office of Leadership and Service Learning
Summer Spartan Service Trip
Couldn’t do a trip during the academic year? If you love animals and community service please join the Spartan Service Trip program for our last trip of the year from May 14-20. Students will travel to Tennessee to work with Horse Creek Wildlife Sanctuary and Animal Rescue to volunteer with the dog rescue program and do educational activities for k-12 students to help teach responsible pet ownership. Visit our website to learn more and contact Amanda McDole (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
Join us for the last CommUNITY Dialogue this semester. This is a campus-wide monthly dialogue series for UNCG students to build relationships across difference while discussing hot topics related to diversity and other current events affecting our UNCG community. Attend this event for a chance to win a gift card!
Tuesday, April 25
5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Down Low vs. In the Closet: Intersections of Race and Queer Identities
Wednesday, April 26
12:30 – 2 p.m.
Sexuality and Other Identities
Bronze Leadership Challenge Drive
The Bronze Leadership Challenge workshops are starting for the spring semester. If you are looking to continue your leadership development, the Bronze Leadership Challenge is a great place to start.
Our workshops cover leadership subjects ranging from Active Listening to Visioning and Goal Setting. To view the workshop schedule or learn more about our leadership programs, visit the OLSL site atolsl.uncg.edu.