Participation in the Academic Success Coaching Program is by invitation only. Coaching is offered to a select population of first-year students and is limited to 225 participants.

      • If you have received an invitation and would like to participate in the Academic Success Coaching Program, please follow the directions on your invitation to sign up for Academic Success Coaching.
      • If you have not received an invitation, please refer to these additional on-campus resources that are available to you!
Campus Activities & Programs Campus Ministries Career Services Center
  • Building resumesWorking during school
  • Finding internships and jobs
  • Career coaching
Division of Student Affairs
  • Spartan Connect– comprehensive list of on-campus events, organizations, and news. Provides students with UNCG involvement history as well as a Co-Curricular Transcript. Faculty and Staff can log-in as well
  • Campus Violence Response Center– safe, single point of access for any UNCG community member impacted by sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, sexual or gender-based harassment, and all other forms of campus violence
  • Dean of Students Office
Financial Aid Office Graduate School Housing and Residence Life International Programs Center
  • Help students negotiate studying abroad
  • Help international students discover UNCG
  • Serve visiting scholars and faculty
  • Central point of contact for all the University’s international activities
Language Tutoring
  • Free tutoring in French, German, and Spanish
Lloyd International Honors College Math Help Center New  Student Transitions and First Year Experience Office of Accessibility Resources and Services Resources for registered students include:
  • Alternative Testing
  • Academic and Organization Assistance
  • Adaptive Technology/Computer Services
  • Advocacy Assistance
  • Interpreter Services
  • Note-taker Services
  • Tutoring
Office of Intercultural Engagement Office of Leadership and Service Learning Office of Research and Engagement Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities Psychology Clinic
  • Individual, family, and group therapy
  • Diagnostic evaluation
  • Assessments for learning disabilities in children, adolescents, adults and for advanced learning placement in the schools
  • Psychiatric consultation and medication management for active psychotherapy clients
  • Services available for bilingual families through interpreters or bilingual clinicians
Speaking Center
  • Workshops
  • Face-to-Face and online consultations
  • Support for Non-Native and Advanced Speakers
Students First Office Student Health Services Student Success Center
  • TASP- tutoring and academic skills for all UNCG students
  • SSS- tutoring, academic skills, and counseling for first generation college students on financial aid and/or students with disabilities
  • SIP- large group review for students enrolled in supported courses
UNCG Online UNCG Police UNCG Recreation and Wellness Undergraduate Admissions University Registrar’s Office University Libraries Vacc Clinic
  • Counseling for students and the community
Veterans Resource Center Writing Center
  • Face-to-Face sessions
  • Online consultations