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Adult & Transfer SOAR ‘13: Commuting To Campus. Tips for Success. The Main Ingredient. Professional Staff: Executive Chef, Dining Chef, Catering Chef, Pastry Chef, Sous Chef Registered Dietitian, Amy Moyer RD, LDN Offering over 23 on-campus locations

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Adult transfer soar 13 commuting to campus

Adult & Transfer SOAR ‘13:Commuting To Campus

Tips for Success


The main ingredient

The Main Ingredient

  • Professional Staff: Executive Chef, Dining Chef, Catering Chef, Pastry Chef, Sous Chef

  • Registered Dietitian, Amy Moyer RD, LDN

  • Offering over 23 on-campus locations

    • off campus partners will deliver, or you can dine-in or carry-out

      • Ghassan’s

      • East Coast Wings

      • Papa John’s

      • MiMi Sushi & Hibachi


Dik offering healthy meals

DIK…Offering Healthy Meals

  • Balanced U

    • Headed by Chef Gerald Hyatt & Amy Moyer RD, LDN

    • Monthly subject focus

  • Balanced U in both retail & dining

    • Whole wheat pasta options, low fat dressings, gluten free products, vegan & vegetarian options, and more.

    • Health Magazine top healthy brands

      • Au Bon Pain, Jamba Juice, Subway

    • Resources

      • Amy Moyer- RD appointments

      • MyfitnessPal on dineoncampus.com/uncg site

      • Menu Options with Nutrition information on website


Join us at fountain view

Join us at Fountain View

  • Meal + flex plans or Flex only plans

    • Plan changing available up to first week of school

    • Lower buy-in as low as $150 in Flex

    • Sign-up via website, SpartanCard Office, w/ Food Crew, Dining Services Office

  • What is flex? Monies on your SpartanCard or attached to your meal plan used throughout campus & with flex partners.

    • All food items are tax FREE

    • Flex rolls over - fall to spring semester

  • Benefits: Convenience, Flexibility


Dik program to fit your life

DIK…Program to fit your life

  • Dining in Your Hands

    • Fountain View Dining

      • Open until 8:30 pm Monday- Thursday

      • Open at 9 am on Saturday’s

      • Continuous dining from open to close

      • Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, Wing Street open until 1am

      • Bojangles’ open until 11pm

  • Going local…Opening in fall 2013 permanently

    • Thai Garden in the EUC Food Court

    • Ghassan’s in the EUC Food Court


We re social butterflies

We’re Social Butterflies


Office of campus activities programs cap

Office of Campus Activities & Programs (CAP)

Where to find us:

  • 221 Elliott University Center (EUC)

    • 2nd floor of the EUC between rooms 236 & 238

  • By phone: 336-334-5800

  • By Email: [email protected]


  • Onthego with commuters

    OnTheGo…with Commuters

    • Advocacy

    • Outreach

    • Family-Friendly Programming

    • OnTheGo & Discover

    • OnTheGo & Serve

    • OnTheGo & Fit

    • Commuter Student Association (CSA)


    Commuter resources online cap uncg edu onthego

    Commuter Resources Online: cap.uncg.edu/onthego


    Adult transfer soar 13 commuting to campus

    “Like” UNCGCommuter and UNCGAdultStudents on Facebook


    Adult transfer soar 13 commuting to campus

    Weekly “OnTheGo” Announcements


    Getting to campus unc greener

    Getting to Campus: UNC-Greener

    http://www.ridegta.com

    http://www.rideheat.com

    http://www.partnc.org/


    Getting to campus zimride uncg edu

    Getting to Campus: zimride.uncg.edu


    Where to park for less

    Where to Park for Less

    • UNCG Parking

      • E Permit for Park ‘n Ride -1720 West Lee Street near Greensboro Coliseum

        • Least expensive permit for commuters about $180/year

        • E permits allowed in C lots after 3 p.m. weekdays; until midnight on Sunday

      • C Permits are required to park on campus from midnight Sunday until 5 pm Friday. About $311/year

        • After 5 p.m. no permit required in lot 7 at corner of Tate & Oakland

        • 5 p.m. Friday – midnight Sunday, no permit required in C/E lots

      • Request Parking Permits: http://parking.uncg.edu/.

    • Non-UNCG Parking – Pay Attention to City Regulations

      • Churches around campus – fee for permit, contact church

      • Streets around campus Tate, McIver, Oakland, etc. Park at your own risk.

      • Don’t park in apartment complex lots - towed


    Lee street park ride shuttle

    Lee Street Park & Ride Shuttle

    • The Park & Ride open Monday-Thursday 7 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.

      • All vehicles must be removed nightly before the gates are locked or will be ticketed and/or towed.

      • Make sure you lock cars and hide valuables

    • Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 9:40 p.m. and Friday 7:30 a.m. - 6:40 p.m.

    • Stops at 2 designated campus locations plan your walk:

      • Spring Garden near Yum Yum’s

      • Spring Garden Street in front of the Graham Building


    Plan b

    Plan B

    • What is your plan if your primary mode of transportation breaks down or is unavailable?

    • Start planning now:

      • Do research on bus routes, take a trial run before classes

        • Check out Zimrideand carpool at least once

        • Have faculty phone number/email entered in your phone

  • Get Motor Assistance Plan (i.e. AAA).


  • Ensuring success for commuters

    Ensuring Success for Commuters

    • Attend CAP, CAB, OnTheGo, other campus events;

    • Interact with faculty;

    • Meet other students in your classes;

    • Give yourself a break between classes;

    • Be focused on Time Management;

    • Utilize campus resources: Library, Student Success Center, Writing Center - you paid for it!


    Beware of transfer shock

    Beware of Transfer Shock

    • Your GPA does NOT transfer.

    • This is not like your previous college or university – do not assume UNCG does things the same way.

    • Students who use the Student Success Center, Writing Center, and Speaking Center are more likely to do better in classes and have higher GPAs.

    • Adult students – don’t “parent” your traditional aged peers.

    • If you are a transfer student coming into a program in Junior year – ask about department/faculty protocols.

    • Transfers – hold on to your Transcripts.


    Things you might not know

    Things You Might Not Know

    • Spartan Cash (different from Spartan Express which is Flex): Bookstore, Library Copiers, Walker Deck, Rec Center (pro-Shop and guest passes) not tax free.

    • Locker Rental:

      • EUC (semester or academic year; CAP office 2nd Floor EUC between rooms 236 & 238)

      • Rec Center (semester or academic year; check-in desk)

      • Library (academic term; see check-out desk).


    Places to hang out between classes

    Places to Hang Out Between Classes

    • EUC

      • All sorts of lounges and sitting space on all three levels; Food Court - microwave.

    • Bryan Business Bldg.

      • Au Bon Pain Food Court and Bryan Study Lounge

    • Library

      • Individual and Group Study Rooms (reserve at check-out desk)

      • 24/5 access Sunday - Thursday

      • All floors in Tower

        • 6-9th floors quiet floors

        • 2-5 group study floors


    If you are living with family

    If You Are Living with Family

    • Set aside a time and place for homework.

    • Evaluate household responsibilities/chores.

    • Bring family to family-friendly events.


    Motor assistance patrol

    Motor Assistance Patrol

    Call (336) 334-5681 for motorist assistance on campus provided by UNCG Parking Operations parking.uncg.edu/motorist.html

    • air for a flat tire

    • jump start a dead battery

  • Monday - Friday 6:30 a.m. – 10 p.m.


  • Safety awareness

    Safety Awareness

    • Adverse Weather Line (336) 334-4400.

    • UNCG Switchboard (336) 334-5000.

    • UNCG Police – emergency (336) 334 - 4444.

    • UNCG Police – non emergency (336) 334-5963.

    • Safety Escorts (336) 334-5963.

    • Receive SMS Emergency Text Messaging –through UNCGenie.


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