At UNC Greensboro we want to give you the answers and advice you need when you need it. Your admissions counselor is the best place to start. Use the tools below to find your admissions counselor, whether an undergraduate or graduate student, across North Carolina, the U.S., and beyond.
CONNECT WITH YOUR COUNSELOR
Use the interactive map tool to find your dedicated Admissions Counselor based on the State and County where you live. The tool will guide you to your designated First-Year Admissions Counselor where you can set up a time to chat with them, call, or email them your questions.
HISPANIC / LATINX COUNSELORS
All prospective Undergraduate students can use the interactive map above to connect with their Counselor based on their location. In addition, UNC Greensboro also has Undergraduate Admissions Counselors that are dedicated to supporting our Hispanic and Latinx prospective student communities with events like CHANCE, bilingual campus tours, and one-on-one bilingual meetings. Students are welcome to reach out to the counselors by locating their regional representative on our Latinx counselor map in addition to their territory-based Undergraduate Admissions Counselor.
Senior Assistant Director, Latinx Educational Affairs
Margarita is a proud member of the team within the Undergraduate Admissions Office that serves Hispanic and Latinx students and their families. She partners with UNCG departments and community organizations to create connections for prospective students so they can find their home here. Margarita is from Mexico and has studied in Mexico and Puerto Rico before coming to North Carolina.
Latinx Admissions Counselor
As a UNCG alumnus, Pepe is thrilled to return to campus! He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and is now assisting Hispanic and Latinx students and families through the Undergraduate Admissions Office. Pepe has a passion for helping students fulfill their desires of furthering their education and is able to provide bilingual support for anyone who may need it.
Latinx Admissions Counselor
Elijanet is excited to be able to inform and motivate her community and surrounding areas about UNCG and higher education. As a first-generation college student, the application process was overwhelming, but her admissions counselor and staff kept Elijanet motivated and reassured. She wants to have that impact on prospective students to help them further their education and feel proud of their decision.
Our Transfer Admissions Counselors work with students all over the country and North Carolina and offer advice about everything from credit transfer to degree selection. If you have a minimum of 24 semester hours of college-level transferable courses from an institution to which you are eligible to return, and are in good standing, you’re a Transfer Student! Start the process by getting in touch with one of the Transfer Admissions Counselors. Find the representative assigned to your school/county below to reach out directly with any questions on the steps to becoming a Spartan.
Assistant Director of Transfer Recruitment
Partner Schools: Surry Community College, Wilkes Community College, Johnston County Community College, Forsyth Technical Community College, Wake County Community College, Mitchell Community College, Asheville-Buncombe Community College and Western North Carolina Counties.
Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions
Partner Schools: Fayetteville Technical Community College, Cape Fear Community College, Guilford Technical Community College, Military-Affiliated students, and Southeastern North Carolina counties.
Assistant Director, Regional Transfer Recruitment Representative
Partner Schools: Catawba Valley Community College, Cleveland Community College, Central Piedmont Community College, Davidson-Davie Community College, Gaston College, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, South Piedmont Community College, and Stanly County Community College.
Associate Director of Transfer Admissions
Partner Schools: Wayne Community College, Alamance Community College, Beaufort Community College, Durham County Community College, Piedmont Community College, Pitt Community College, Randolph Community College and Central/Northeastern North Carolina counties.
UNC Greensboro Admissions Counselors assist qualified applicants from around the globe, appreciating the intellectual and cultural talents international students add to our campus. We are proud of our international students who add to the value we place on diversity, inclusion, intellect, and community service. While some of the counselors below work closely with students from specific countries, not all countries are listed. If you do not see your country, please email [email protected].
Associate Director, First Year Admissions
Assistant Director, Regional Recruitment Representative
China, Japan, Bermuda, Canada
When seeking a Master’s or Doctoral degree at UNCG, counseling resources are most often available at the department level of the program you’re interested in studying. For specific questions related to admissions to those programs search on the department’s website. However, The UNCG Office of Graduate Admissions and Recruitment is also available to assist prospective graduate students and applicants with questions.
J. Chastain and Sonia Martin are Admissions Specialists that process graduate applications and assist domestic and international applicants with the application process. They are also available to help with changing items on submitted applications and transcript holds. If you have questions, call 336.334.5596 or email [email protected].