Resources

Community Resources

  • ALIANZA is an association of UNCG faculty and staff that is dedicated to deepening the connections among Latino and Latino-interested individuals across UNCG’s campus. ALIANZA is at the core of the UNCG Latino Initiative (LI), a grassroots collaboration to build a strategic framework to promote Latino student access, retention, and graduation and to energize Latino-focused scholarship. LI is grounded in UNCG’s commitment to serve the local community, and LI stakeholders diligently partner to contribute to UNCG’s overall diversity and inclusive excellence.
  • Center for New North Carolinians is an outreach center to new North Carolinians.  It is intended to “provide research, training, and evaluation for the state of North Carolina in addressing immigrant issues; collaboration with government and social organizations to enhance responsiveness to immigrant needs; and community support to provide training and workshops.”
  • Greensboro Chinese Association Chinese School is a non-profit, parent-volunteer running Mandarin language school, serving appx.100 students. The Chinese School offers 10 classes for children ages from 5-18. “Happy Chinese”, “Ma Liping Chinese”, and “MeiZhou Chinese” are used as textbooks, which have a great reputation in Chinese education. Classes are offered from 1st to 7th grade, where students can learn to speak Chinese in a relaxed atmosphere.
  • INTERLINK is based at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), provides ESL (English as a Second Language) training, cultural orientation, and academic preparation as well as help with university placement and conditional admission. INTERLINK strives to assure a successful and memorable educational experience in the United States for international students. INTERLINK’s program is specially designed for students who plan to pursue higher education at an American university.
  • International Programs Center helps students negotiate the exciting world of Study Abroad and Exchanges, helps international students discover UNCG and all it has to offer. Further, the IPC serves Visiting Scholars and Faculty to enhance the academic experiences of students and faculty alike. The IPC is the central point of contact for all the University’s international activities.
  • Kaleidoscope is a resource, sponsored by the UNCG Office of Multicultural Affairs, to engage in an open dialogue around issues of multiculturalism, equity and social justice that promotes intergroup exchange and understanding.
  • North Carolina African Services Coalition is an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the goal of serving African immigrants in North Carolina. Based in Greensboro, NCASC reaches out with support to those who are seeking to build a new life in the United States and achieve the much-desired American dream. NCASC assists with acclimating the new arrivees to their foreign environment, tapping a well-developed network of resources to achieve success in the areas of employment, education, finances, health, and much more.
  • Office of Multicultural Affairs offers advocacy, programming, and support systems to encourage students to realize the highest level of their potential, particularly as it pertains to the University’s retention and graduation efforts of traditionally under-served student populations (such as, but not limited to race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression).
  • On being a refugee is a 5 minute Ignite video by Tara Horn that describes the refugee experience.

Resources for International Students

  • Writing Resources for International Students – this is a useful resource list for international students to improve their academic writing.
  • Examfocus.com – this website also contains free practice tests, customized according to the format and syllabus of the respective tests. The content of the website is prepared by their efficient team of academic volunteers.

Research Resources