UNCG Chancellor Frank Gilliam

UNCG students and faculty protest outside of the Jackson Library on the Greensboro campus

Students march against tuition increases, possible program cuts at UNCG

BY: - October 20, 2023

More than 250 students and faculty members demonstrated on the campus of UNC-Greensboro Thursday afternoon, marching from the Jackson Library to the school’s Mossman Administration Building to oppose tuition and fee increases and potential cuts to programs. The university, which has faced several years of enrollment struggles and budget cuts, is undergoing a program review […]

The statue of UNCG founder Charles Duncan McIver

Monday numbers: Budget challenges and potential solutions at UNCG

BY: - October 16, 2023

When UNC-Greensboro Chancellor Frank Gilliam took the stage for his State of the Campus address earlier this month, he promised his staff two things: He wouldn’t curse, and he wouldn’t “go rogue.” Gilliam needed those guard rails, because his message wasn’t pretty. The university is facing some tough headwinds, he said. And, as he’s been […]

The statue of UNCG founder Charles Duncan McIver

UNCG first-time college enrollment rises after falling numbers, budget cuts

BY: - September 5, 2023

UNC-Greensboro released its fall enrollment numbers Tuesday, showing increases in first-time college students after budget cuts and declines in student numbers that have threatened programs and positions across the regional university. UNCG enrolled a total of 17,743 students for the fall semester, which started last month — down slightly from 17,978 for fall of 2022. […]

UNCG Chancellor Frank Gilliam: I am filled with sadness and anger

BY: - June 1, 2020

On Sunday, as protests against police violence and racial inequity continued in cities across the state and nation, UNC-Greensboro Chancellor Frank Gilliam sent a message to the university community. Gilliam, one of the UNC System’s few Black chancellors, grew up in suburban Minneapolis. He reflected on the killing of George Floyd in that city, his […]