EVENTS

UNC Greensboro Admissions events are the best way to get a feel for campus and experience life as a Spartan! We have a full line of events tailored to each stage of the college admissions cycle. You can find our upcoming events below.

UPCOMING EVENTS

UNC Greensboro hosts on-campus events and virtual events throughout the year where first-year and transfer students can get more information about the admissions process and prepare for life as a Spartan. View and register for upcoming events below.

ADMITTED SPARTANS DAY

Admitted Spartans Day is an opportunity for future Spartans and their families to spend a day on campus with many of their soon-to-be classmates. Students will have the opportunity to tour campus, experience their academic area of interest with current faculty, hear from current students on what life is really like as a Spartan, and learn about our connections to the city of Greensboro.

TRANSFER INFORMATION PROGRAM

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions invites prospective transfer and adult students to attend our virtual session for a chance to talk to transfer articulation specialists, financial aid representatives, and admissions counselors in a virtual environment. You’ll learn about the admission process, transfer credit evaluations, and financial aid through presentations and open discussions. Attendees receive a $65 application fee waiver to use toward the fall semester.

OPEN HOUSE

Join us for our Spring Open House! The day will include an overview of UNCG, conversations with staff and faculty, a campus tour, and helpful information about admissions and financial aid. Come and experience the vibrant campus and unique diversity that makes UNCG a place where you can truly Be YOU! 

BIENVENIDOS A UNCG

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Bienvenidos a UNCG is for prospective junior and senior Latino and Hispanic students and their families to learn more about the many resources UNCG offers.

The day will include sessions on admissions, financial aid and scholarships, and a tour UNCG’s historic campus. Participants will also hear from current UNCG Students & Parents about student life and other resources for Latino/Hispanic students at UNCG.