Each gift makes a difference
In his 2017 “State of the Campus” address, Chancellor Franklin D. Gilliam Jr. said UNCG is poised to enter an “era of Giant Steps,” anchored through transformation—student transformation, knowledge transformation and regional transformation. A university that recognizes its role in the shared place and fate of the city, state and nation, UNCG is ready to step boldly into the public spotlight as a top school of choice in the Southeast.
The ongoing generosity of alumni, corporations, foundations and friends worldwide creates access to excellence and opportunity for students, faculty, staff and the greater community. With 10 departments and more than 3000 students, the School of Health and Human Sciences equips future health professionals and institutions with the knowledge and skills to make our world better, safer and healthier. Through teaching, scholarship and service, faculty and staff empower undergraduate and graduate students to engage in groundbreaking research and create viable partnerships for the betterment of society. Financial support enables students to dedicate themselves to the coursework, research, volunteerism and internships necessary for rewarding careers serving individuals, families and 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
An inaugural recipient of the Katharine Smith Reynolds Merit Scholarship, Martha Bridges Sharma has lived an extraordinary life of service–to teaching, to improving higher education, and to remembering her alma mater.
The UNCG Alumni Association has announced the 2017 Spartans of Promise, a diverse group of 10 outstanding seniors who have excelled in both […]
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first graduating class of Katharine Smith Reynolds Scholars at UNCG. Since its inception, more […]