News Items from UNC Greensboro

It’s National Distance Learning Week, and UNCG Online is part of the country-wide celebration of online education. At its inception 20 years ago, UNC Greensboro offered just 14 online classes. Today, online students can choose from over 650 courses, including the only online PhD in Business Administration in North Carolina. The BS in Integrated Professional Studies, another […]

The UNC Greensboro priority filing period for the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is now open. All current and prospective students are encouraged to complete their FAFSA by Dec. 1 to be considered a priority filer. Here’s what Spartans need to know: Students must submit a FAFSA each year in order to continue […]

College is about more than taking classes. It’s about helping students achieve their goals and prepare for a career. Career & Professional Development (CPD) is here to help students every step of the way with one-on-one coaching, networking and resume software, and professional development and networking events. To more thoroughly encompass everything that CPD offers, […]

Earlier this summer, eight talented high school students took part in a special “white coat” ceremony at the UNC Greensboro-NC A&T Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN). The event marked the students’ entry into the Draelos Science Scholars Program and the world of scientific research. “Long, long ago, in a galaxy far, far away, […]

What does a typical week look like at UNCG? It looks like professors and their children building a research exhibition on a Sunday afternoon, students fencing at a regional tournament, and business students from Belgium touring campus. It looks like professors sharing their insights at a TEDxGreensboro event, soccer players practicing in the rain, sculptors […]

UNC Greensboro today announced a new co-admission agreement with Central Carolina Community College (CCCC) to facilitate degree completion and student success by improving access to undergraduate educational resources, university facilities and support systems. The UNCG-CCCC “Spartan Passage” partnership expands opportunities for transfer students at the Chatham, Harnett and Lee County campuses, to access and complete […]

UNC Greensboro and Davidson County Community College (DCCC) have partnered to create a smooth and continuous transition for community college students. Current and prospective DCCC students seeking to continue their studies and earn a bachelor’s degree can now enroll in the new co-admission program called DCCC Spartan Passage. The program aims to improve student access […]

The UNC Greensboro Bryan School of Business and Economics will launch the first and only online AACSB-accredited PhD program in Business Administration in the fall of 2019. “This innovative and ground-breaking program is designed to meet a critical shortage of research-trained business faculty members,” said Dr. McRae Banks, dean of the Bryan School. “We are […]

As current UNC Greensboro students buckle down for the last half of the fall semester, prospective students will be visiting campus to help them make an important decision: which university to call home after high school. Hosted by UNCG Undergraduate Admissions, the university’s fall open house – dubbed Spartan Showcase – introduces students to the […]

New to campus? You’re invited to UNC Greensboro’s 13-day welcome home party: Rawkin’ Welcome Week. The annual event is an opportunity for first-year and transfer students to meet new friends, get involved with campus organizations and enjoy all that university life has to offer. Here are some of the highlights: Party like a RAWKstar: Paint […]

UNC Greensboro is one of 384 institutions named to the Princeton Review’s “The Best 384 Colleges” for excellence in undergraduate education, marking 20 years on the prestigious list. UNCG once again joins UNC Chapel Hill, NC State and UNC Asheville as the only UNC System universities to receive this recognition. UNCG also appears on the […]

Whether it’s being a first-generation college student, overcoming language barriers or facing other challenges, many young people in the Latino and Hispanic community can find college a daunting prospect. Prospective students already have plenty of questions. How do I apply? What resources are available to me? What will I major in? What’s life like on […]