Campus Activities and Programs recognizes the contributions of student groups and student leaders to the UNCG community in a variety of ways throughout the year. UNCG student groups and student leaders strive to create a campus community where all students can find a place where they belong.
This scholarship was created from gifts from Jim Allen’s family, colleagues, students and friends. Mr. Allen arrived at UNCG in 1967 as the Presbyterian Campus Minister, and was named Dean of Students in 1971. Two years later he was appointed Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, a position he held for 23 years until his retirement in 1996. The Allen Scholarship is awarded to a rising Senior who has distinguished him/herself as a student leader during his/her first three years at UNCG who is a full time student at time of award and in good academic standing. The recipient must have no conduct violations within the past twelve months and no problems resulting in probation or separation from the university.
Established by alumni of the Mu Iota chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi, this scholarship is awarded to undergraduate students on the basis of leadership who are members of Kappa Alpha Psi and in good standing with both UNCG and the Kappa Alpha Psi- Mu Iota Chapter at UNCG.
Established by the alumni of the Nu Rho Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., the Pearls of Promise scholarship recognizes the gratitude for what the Sisterhood has meant in their lives at UNCG and beyond. Awarded to a current member of the Nu Rho Chapter, this scholarship is awarded based upon the members’ leadership and exemplification of the core values of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. within the chapter, campus, and community.
To commemorate the 30th anniversary of its local founding, the men of the Phi-Theta chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha raised money to endow a scholarship at UNCG. The first of its kind for any UNCG fraternity or sorority, this scholarship is awarded to a member – initiated or associated – of the chapter here at UNCG. Eligibility Guidelines: Be a current member (associate or initiated) of the Phi-Theta Chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha in good academic, financial, and judicial standing with the chapter and university.
Established in celebration of the chapter’s 30th Anniversary of the chartering at UNCG. The university-wide scholarship will be awarded to a student who will be a sophomore, junior, or senior-year student(s), enrolled at UNCG holding a minimum GPA of 3.25 with demonstrated financial need. Applicants must demonstrate leadership skills and community service.