Resources

Local Resources

  • Alamance County:
    • www.pflagalamance.org
  • Associated Campus Ministries at UNCG is located here on campus right across from the Elliot University Center. It’s a great place for students of all faiths to come worship and fellowship. It also provides a space for meditation and for students to study. Some of the ministries include Baptist Campus Ministry, Catholic Campus Ministry, Hillel and Wesley-Luther Campus Ministry. http://sa.uncg.edu/acm/
  • Casa Azul of Greensboro is located on the first floor of the Greensboro Cultural Arts Center downtown. It serves to provide resources for the Latino community through culture expression and community service with non-profit organizations. http://casaazulgreensboro.org/
  • Centro de Accion Latino is located at 4914 W. Market Street. Non-profit organization whose mission is to integrate the Hispanic Community while maintaining Latin American culture, tradition, and leadership. http://www.volunteermatch.org/search/org33601.jsp
  • Equality North Carolina
  • Gay Straight Advocates for Education (GSAFE)
    • An education and advocacy group for LGBT youth.
    • www.gsafe.org
  • Guilford County:
    • www.pflaggreensboro.org
  • International Civil Rights Museum is located at 134 S. Elm Street. The museum honors the Greensboro Four and non-violent protests which served as an integral part of the Civil Rights Era. http://www.sitinmovement.org/
  • Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) Support group for the parents, family, and friends of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons.
  • The African-American Atelier is located at 200 North Davie Street. It’s a non-profit organization that hopes to promote awareness and appreciation for visual arts and African-American culture. The Atelier provides many programs, exhibits, and activities for all ages and backgrounds. http://africanamericanatelier.org/
  • The Guilford Native American Association, Inc. offers programming, services, and activities around the local Native American community. Some of their main focuses included Economic Development, Social Development, and Cultural Enrichment.
  • The National Association of Asian American Professionals (Research Triangle Park chapter) is to promote Asian American leadership and encourage professional development through networking, multicultural education, and service. They also seek to promote diversity within the Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill community. http://www.naaaprtp.org/
  • Triad Health Project (THP)
    • AIDS service organization serving Guilford County.
    • Free HIV testing offered.
    • www.triadhealthproject.com
  • UNCG’s Center for New North Carolinians is located here at UNCG at 915 W. Lee Street. The center aims to build connections amongst immigrant populations and communities by providing programming and services that include outreach, information services, leadership development, and technical support to name a few.  http://cnnc.uncg.edu/

Jackson Library Resources

University Libraries defines diversity as the vibrant variety of human characteristics that combine to shape each one of us. These characteristics include not only the familiar categories of race, ethnicity, gender and sexual orientation, but also: age, cognitive style, disability, economic, educational and geographic background, languages spoken, marital status, political affiliation, religious beliefs and more.

Valuing diversity means recognizing that we are all shaped by numerous and varied factors, making each of us uniquely qualified to contribute to the collective goal of the libraries — to serve the diverse information needs of our diverse user groups. Diversity Resources Page

The Jackson Library fully supports the LGBTQ community on campus by supplying books and information. The library staff has put together a list of library materials (see Download below), categorized by topic, of resources helpful to LGBTQ students and their friends. If you are looking for current LGBTQ journals, information about political involvement, support materials for coming out, or exploration into some other aspect of LGBTQ life, then this document is a terrific place to start.

The library staff strongly affirms the rights of all students to access accurate information without shame or judgement. If you cannot find what you need, or have any other questions, please ask for assistance at the information desk.

Student Health Services Resources

Student Health Services resources are located in the Student Health Services Gove Building.

The Counseling & Testing Center 334.5874
Medical Clinic 334.5340
Wellness Center 334.3190

Counseling and Consulting Clinic

The Counseling and Consulting Clinic is located in the Ferguson Building.

Counseling and Consulting Clinic 334.5112
Marie Anderson, (LCSW) 674.8008
Fran Ditto, Licensed Counselor (LPC) 272.8372
Center for Psychotherapy: Earnest Maccoy 274.4669
The Ringer Center: Rebecca Austin, William Erwin, Vallerie Phillips 379.7144