Each gift makes a difference
During these unprecedented times, we recognize more than ever that we share fate and place with others. At UNC Greensboro, dedicated faculty and staff stand ready to support our Spartan students as they prepare for uncertainties – and through their gifts, our donors demonstrate confidence in UNCG’s mission and its impact on our state and our students’ lives.
To celebrate Black History Month, University Advancement honors the generosity of alumni and the impact philanthropy has on Black students and faculty. From Nu Rho Alpha Kappa Alpha’s endowed scholarship, to the creative and academic impact donors have had on Associate Professor Duane Cyrus and students in the African American and African Diaspora Studies Program, we thank every donor and the role they play in offering excellence and opportunity for Black communities.
Ways to Give
Annual gifts, reunion contributions, endowed funds, planned gifts, and corporate and foundation grants all make a positive impact that resonates well into the future.
The UNCG Alumni Association seeks to draw each and every graduate into a lifelong connection with UNCG and to inspire alumni to serve and advocate on behalf of their alma mater.
Leave a Legacy
Estate planning allows you to make a gift now or after your lifetime while enjoying current financial benefits for yourself and your loved ones.
Why They Give
Nu Rho Alpha Kappa Alpha and The Pearls of Promise – Nu Rho Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Scholarship
“AKA has always been for trailblazers. We’re the nation’s first Black sorority, and we pride ourselves on our commitment to serving others…We hope UNCG’s sororities and fraternities look at our accomplishment and think, ‘Let’s set the bar higher.’”
Nu Rho Alpha Kappa Alpha, establishers of The Pearls of Promise – Nu Rho Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Scholarship
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