Student Groups of Excellence

Student Group, Delight Ministries, tabling at Fall Kickoff 2021

2021 – 2022 Student Groups of Excellence

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority

Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society

Chi Upsilon Sigma

Delight Ministries

Graduate Student Association

National Society of Collegiate Scholars

Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity

Spartan Diabetics – Support Group

VAW Global Health Alliances

2018 – 2019 Student Groups of Excellence


Multicultural Nursing Students Association

Sigma Sigma Rho Sorority, Inc

Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority, Inc. 

2017 – 2018 Student Groups of Excellence

Tau Sigma National Honor Society

2016 – 2017 Student Groups of Excellence

Alpha Kappa Psi

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated

Filipino American Student Association

Catholic Campus Ministry

American Medical Student Association

Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority, Inc

Black Business Student Association

2015-2016 Student Groups of Excellence

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc

Chi Upsilom Sigma

Neo Black Society


2014-2015 Student Groups of Excellence

Alpha Lambda Delta

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Chi Upsilon Sigma

Delta Chi Xi



Phi Sigma Pi

Residence Hall Association

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.

Become a Student Group of Excellence

Once groups are registered and recognized, they can go on to be awarded a Group of Excellence.

Student Groups will be evaluated on meeting the minimum requirements under CAPs Four Pillars of Excellence:

  1. Community: Collaboration is an important skill that all successful student groups must have. Working alongside peers to create meaningful experiences provides vibrancy to our entire campus community. Student groups who excel in this pillar often collaborate on events and seek to support other groups.

    Minimum Requirement: Collaborate with 1 or more student groups on an event or special project

  2. Leadership: Student groups are breeding grounds for leaders. CAP believes that leadership skills acquired should be used to not only better oneself, but better their peers. Student groups who excel in the leadership pillar use their platform to lead fellow Spartans, contain leaders who move their group forward, and regularly engage in leader development.

    Minimum Requirement: Engage in a form of leadership development during the academic year. Examples include OLCE’s Leadership Challenge or OIE’s Safe Zone

  3. Service: CAP strives to ensure those within student groups are developing as “active citizens” or someone who engages within their community. Student groups who excel in this pillar actively engage within the Guilford County and Greensboro community, seek opportunities to serve alongside community members, and provide opportunities to explore their values, passions, and interests.

    Minimum Requirement: Engage in at least 1 community service project per academic year

  4. Scholarship: Co-curricular involvement compliments a strong academic career. It is proven that involvement in activities outside of the classroom helps students do better academically. Student groups who excel in this pillar are successful in the classroom and actively support their peers and greater community in the area of academic success.

    Minimum Requirement: Average group GPA of 3.0

Once a student group has achieved all 4 recognition pillars, they will be rewarded with their name on a visible plaque in the student organization cubicles, website recognition, and Groups of Excellence will be announced at the annual UNCG Excellence Awards Banquet in the Spring.

Student Groups will have the opportunity to apply for Group of Excellence status starting January 2023. Contact Meredith Atchison,, with any questions.


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