Ione Grogan Residential College

University Teaching and Learning Commons
108 Grogan Hall
336-334-5898
http://grogan.uncg.edu

 

Faculty

John Sopper, Faculty Program Chair, Department of Religious Studies

Ariane Cox, Associate Faculty Fellow, Department of Sociology

 

Mark Engebretson, School of Music

Susan Fancher, School of Music

Britt Flanagan, School of Nursing

Denise Gabriel, Department of Theatre

Margaret Hewitt, School of Nursing

Margaret Horton, Department of Biology

Sarmad Hindo, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Dale Schunk, Department of Teacher Education Higher Education, School of Education

Aaron Terranova, Department of Kinesiology, School of Health and Human Sciences

 

Grogan Residential College is a two year, residential and academic program that serves undergraduate students interested in majors in UNCG’s professional schools (the Bryan School of Business and Economics; School of Education; School of Health and Human Sciences; School of Music, Theatre and Dance, and School of Nursing) as well as those interested in pre-professional programs: Pre Veterinary Medicine, Pre Medicine, Pre Pharmacy, and Pre Dentistry. Grogan College also serves as a “teaching innovations lab” where UNCG faculty develop new and more effective approaches to teaching and learning. Through its unique residential environment, dedicated faculty, innovative CORE courses and related experiential learning opportunities, Grogan College helps students to develop the skills, competencies and sense of purpose needed for sustained professional success. 

Mission Statement

Grogan Residential College seeks to produce the contributing professionals and active citizens of UNCG and beyond.

Members of Grogan College:

  • take Grogan Core courses that build professional skills and a sense of ethical purpose
  • live in a common residence hall with other students who share similar academic and professional interests
  • connect with faculty through courses, workshops, field experiences and other programs
  • engage with upper-class Peer Mentors
  • develop a portfolio and capstone of their work that effectively communicates the value of their learning and skills

 

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