LGBTQ+ Resources

Campus Resources

Associated Campus Ministries
acmcenter@yahoo.com  ⋅  336-334-4266  ⋅  500 Stirling Street  ⋅  9 am -10 pm

Counseling Center
336-334-5340  ⋅  107 Gray Drive  ⋅  M-F, 8 am – 6 pm
Short-term individual counseling, group therapy, crisis intervention, consultation, and outreach activities

Dean of Students Office
deanofstudentsoffice@uncg.edu  ⋅  210 Elliott Univ. Center  ⋅  336-334-5514

Office of Intercultural Engagement
62 Elliott Univ. Center  ⋅  336-334-5090
Staff support, resource referral. Multicultural Resource Center offers quiet study space and a resource library M-Th. 8 am – 7 pm

Spartan Card Center
idcenter@uncg.edu  ⋅  336-334-5651  ⋅  121 Elliott Univ. Center  ⋅  M-F: 8 am – 5 pm

Spartan Open Pantry                                                               
509 Tate St. – College Park United Methodist Church
Weekly distributions Tuesdays 5-9 pm
Emergency food assistance for UNCG students

Student Employment Office
career_services@uncg.edu  ⋅  336-334-5454  ⋅  1 Elliott Univ. Center  ⋅  M-F, 8 am – 5 pm

Student Success Center
tasp@uncg.edu  ⋅  336-334-3878  ⋅  104 McIver Bldg.  ⋅  M-F, 8 am – 5 pm
Tutoring or academic skills assistance; Supplemental instruction program; Outreach programs

UNCG Police Department
police@uncg.edu  ⋅  1200 W. Gate City Blvd.  ⋅  Emergency: 334-334-4444  ⋅  Non-Emergency: 334-334-5963

Wellness Center 
336-334-5924  ⋅  M-F, 8:30 am – 5 pm
Programs and resources to increase student awareness of wellness issues

Community Resources

Advocacy

Guilford Green Foundation
info@ggfnc.org
336-790-8419  ⋅  1205 W. Bessemer Ave., Suite 226, Greensboro, NC, 27608

PFLAG Greensboro
info@pflaggreensboro.org
336-541-6754  ⋅  PO Box 10037, Greensboro, NC, 27604

Health

Triad Health Project
Greensboro Office: 336-373-1402  ⋅  801 Summit Ave., Greensboro, NC, 27405
High Point Office: 336-884-4116  ⋅  620 English Road, High Point, NC, 27261

Mental Health Association of Greensboro
myla@mhag.org  ⋅  336-373-1402  ⋅  301 E. Washington St., Suite 111
Free mental health services to individuals 18 and older, including one-on-one and support groups

Food Insecurities

Greensboro Urban Ministry (G)
emergencyassistance@guministry.org
336-553-2657  ⋅  305 West Gate City Blvd.  ⋅  M-F, 9 am – 4:30 pm
Emergency food assistance

Housing Insecurities

The First Lady’s Response Greensboro (G)
520 Teague Street  ⋅  336-554-4252 (v. mail)
HUD-approved housing assistance agency

Greensboro Housing Authority (G)
450 North Church Street  ⋅  336-275-8501
Provider of affordable housing

Greensboro Housing Coalition (G)
greensborohousingcoalition@gmail.com  ⋅  122 North Elm Street, Suite M-4  ⋅  336-691-9521  ⋅  M-F, 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
Resources and advocacy for affordable housing

Greensboro Urban Ministry (G)
emergencyassistance@guministry.org  ⋅  305 West Gate City Blvd.  ⋅  336-553-2657  ⋅  M-F, 8:30 am – 2 pm
Emergency financial assistance to help maintain housing

Partners Ending Homelessness (G)(NC)
1500 Yanceyville Street  ⋅  336-553-2715
Works with 40 community partners to address homelessness

Recreation

Stonewall Sports

Arts

Triad Pride Performing Arts

 

Educational Resources

Glossary of LGBTQ Terms | LGBTQIA Resource Center, University of California at Davis

Trans Student Educational Resources

Human Rights Campaign

GLAAD

Campus Pride 

The Trevor Project

GLSEN