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Photo of students at the international festivalThe International Programs Center (IPC) of UNCG coordinates and develops the University’s international activities to help ensure that the University achieves its international goals.

IPC announces the 37th annual International Festival (I-Fest) on the University’s campus Kaplan Commons (Elliott University Center Lawn) on April 6 from noon to 5 pm. I-Fest is one of UNCG’s largest and longest running events that brings together the campus and surrounding communities for a celebration of culture and global learning.

“This event is the perfect way to celebrate our international community in Greensboro” says Maria Perdomo, UNCG alumnus. “Diversity has always been one of the things that I enjoy the most about Greensboro and UNCG’s campus. I-Fest is a way to celebrate this and bring our diverse communities together.”

I-Fest includes cultural booths of around 50 countries, global learning, musical performances and international food trucks. By combining the different components of culture, visitors can interact and learn from people from all over the world without leaving Greensboro. The festival serves as a safe space for our different cultures to interact and learn from one another through dialogue, food samples, and musical and visual performances.

Open and free to the public.

Want to get involved? Here’s what you can do:


  • Spread the word about I-Fest by sharing the Facebook or Eventbrite page. And follow us on Instagram at @uncg_ipc and use the hashtag #uncgifest2019


To learn more about I-Fest, view our 2018 I-Fest Video or our interactive slideshow. Questions? Reach out to the festival coordinator, Stephanie Guzman (ipcproco@uncg.edu) at any time.

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