Judicial Branch

The Judicial Branch is headed up by the Attorney General who advises the SGA on constitutional issues and decisions.

The Attorney General works in partnership with the Dean of Students Office providing guidance to students on their rights, the Student Code of Conduct, and the Academic Integrity Policy.  The Student Code of Conduct and Academic Integrity Policy revolve around the University’s five core values of Honesty, Trust, Fairness, Respect, and Responsibility.  All violations of the Student Code of Conduct and the Academic Integrity Policy fall under one of these core values.
How can the Attorney General help you? In the fall of 2008, The Office of the Attorney General launched its new initiative entitled: The Office of the Attorney General: Students Helping Students.  As a partnership with the award-winning UNCG Cares: Students Helping Students program, the Attorney General actively supports the belief that all students who are members of the UNCG community have a responsibility to help their fellow students who are in distress.

There are four resource hubs available to students:
  • Dean of Students Office
  • Student Academic Services
  • Housing and Residence Life
  • Counseling and Testing Center
These resource centers all seek to address students’ needs, enabling them to have a more successful academic career.  In addition, the Attorney General is available to give presentations which seek to increase students’ awareness on key policies and resources available to them.