In order to operate at or in affiliation with UNCG, all Youth Programs are required to register with the University unless an exception applies. Some programs may also be required to provide assurance of compliance with the Youth Programs policy.
Under the Youth Programs policy, the following definitions apply:
- A “Youth Program” is any event, operation, or endeavor that is (1) operated, conducted, or organized by any unit or organization supported by or affiliated with the University or occurring in University facilities; (2) that includes minors; and (3) during which parents or legal guardians are not expected to be responsible for the care, custody, or control of the minors. A Youth Program may be University-Sponsored or sponsored by an External Entity but held on University facilities.
- A “University-Sponsored” Youth Program is any Youth Program that: (1) the university solely owns and operates; (2) the university jointly operates with another organization; or (3) the university contracts with another organization to provide. University-Sponsored Youth Programs may or may not take place in University facilities.
- “External Entity Activities or Programs” are Youth Programs that are offered by an individual or entity that is not affiliated with UNC Greensboro but take place in whole or in part in UNCG facilities. The external entity assumes full responsibility for the supervision of youth participants.
NOTE: The form is only accessible to UNCG faculty, staff, students, and volunteers. A UNCG faculty or staff member must complete the form on behalf of an External Entity Youth Program using space at UNCG.
Register your program
UNCG faculty, staff, and/or students, should complete the registration form here. This form notifies the University that a program wishes to operate at or in affiliation with UNCG and requests information about the program.
As outlined in the Youth Programs policy, this form should be submitted before a program begins advertising or accepting youth participant registrations.
Please note the Youth Programs Policy requires approval from a dean, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, or vice chancellor having supervisory authority prior to completing the registration process.