Domestic applicants are U.S. citizens, U.S. nationals, U.S. permanent residents, pending permanent residents, political asylees, or refugees. Domestic freshman or transfer students with any international credentials should follow the steps for their student type and complete the additional application requirements below.

Additional application requirements

Domestic freshmen

  • Request original or certified copies of all official secondary records, including certificates, degrees, or diplomas in original language of issue to be sent directly to Undergraduate Admissions.
  • Request official English translations of all academic records obtained outside of the U.S., including certificates, degrees, or diplomas, to be submitted directly to Undergraduate Admissions.
  • Submit transcript evaluations from a NACES- or AACRAO-recognized company by the March 1 deadline. (Visit www.naces.org or www.aacrao.org for a list of qualified evaluation services.)

Domestic transfer students

  • Request original or certified copies of all official secondary records, including certificates, degrees, or diplomas in original language of issue to be sent directly to Undergraduate Admissions.
  • Submit original or certified copies of all post-secondary records including certificates, degrees or diplomas in original language of issue directly to Undergraduate Admissions.
  • Submit official transcripts from each postsecondary institution previously attended (including summer school and extension) directly to Undergraduate Admissions.
  • Submit transcript evaluations from a NACES- or AACRAO-recognized company. (Visit www.naces.org or www.aacrao.org for a list of qualified evaluation services.)
  • Submit course descriptions and/or course syllabi to the Transfer Articulation Division of the University Registrar’s Office. Course descriptions and/or course syllabi must be in English and translated by an accredited translation service.

English language proficiency

Freshman and transfer applicants whose first language is not English are required to prove English proficiency by one of the following means:

  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) with a minimum Paper-Based score of 550, a minimum Computer-Based score of 213, or a minimum Internet-Based score of 79.
  • IELTS (International English Language Test System) with a score of 6.5 or higher.
  • SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) with a verbal score of 400 or higher (UNCG’s SAT school code is 5913).
  • Successful completion of a college transferable English course (minimum requirement: grade of C or better).
  • Successful completion of the INTERLINK Language Program at UNCG.

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