It’s natural to have questions about the college admissions process! And there’s no better person to ask than your dedicated Admissions Counselor; they’re here to help you every step of the way. At UNC Greensboro we want to offer you the easiest means possible to connect with and meet your Counselor. Use the tools below to find your Admissions Counselor, whether you’re a freshman, a transfer student, or even if you or a family member would prefer to have a meeting in Spanish – we’re here to help you find your way here.
FIRST-YEAR ADMISSIONS COUNSELORS
Use the interactive map below to find your dedicated Admissions Counselor based on the State and County where you live. Just click the location and we’ll guide you to your Counselor where you can set up a time to chat with them. If you are an international student you can learn more on the International Recruitment and Admissions website.
While not clearly defined by a territory such as a state or a county line, our Transfer Admissions Counselors work with students all over the country and North Carolina to find their way to UNC Greensboro. If you have a minimum of 24 semester hours of college-level transferable courses from an institution in 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.
Taylor Holland, Associate Director of Transfer Recruitment. Taylor is excited to find himself back in Greensboro after being at NC State University for 19 years. Taylor’s love of UNC Greensboro and our vibrant city means he is eager to assist new transfer students as they find their way here.
Surry Community College, Wilkes Community College, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, Forsyth Technical Community College, Rockingham Community College, Central Carolina Community College, Cape Fear Community College, and Western & Southeastern North Carolina Counties.
Melissa Garrison, Assistant Director of Transfer Recruitment. A pro at simplifying the process and aiding with co-admissions. Melissa partners with the following schools, however, she is the point of contact for all Transfer Admissions questions. Reach out and connect with Melissa now!
Alamance Community College, Durham Technical Community College, Wake Technical Community College, Johnston County Community College, Central Carolina Community College, Randolph Community College, and Central & Eastern North Carolina counties.
Tina Morrison, Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions. Tina is a wealth of knowledge for incoming transfer and adult students. After transferring to UNCG herself, Tina is confident that her experience and knowledge of the transfer process will help any student wanting to transfer to UNCG from any community college or University.
Guilford Technical Community College, Forsyth Technical Community College, Davidson-Davie Community College, Military-Affiliated students, and Southeastern North Carolina counties.
HISPANIC / LATINX ADMISSIONS
Margarita Kerkado and Marisa Gonzalez are the Assistant Directors of Latinx Education Affairs and are dedicated to serving our Hispanic and Latinx communities. While you are welcome to still seek out a First-year or Transfer counselor, Margarita and Marisa are available should you or a family member feel more comfortable conducting your meeting in Spanish. Reach out to them with any questions regarding the admissions process or if you’re curious about opportunities for Hispanic and Latinx high school students, like the annual CHANCE program.
Margarita Kerkado y Marisa González son las subdirectoras de Asuntos de Educación Latinx y están dedicadas a servir a nuestras comunidades hispanas y latinx. Si bien puede buscar un consejero de primer año o para transferirse, Margarita y Marisa están disponibles en caso de que usted o un miembro de su familia se sientan más cómodos llevando a cabo su reunión en español. Comuníquese con ellas si tiene preguntas sobre el proceso de admisión o si tiene curiosidad acerca de las oportunidades para los estudiantes hispanos y latinos de secundaria, como el programa anual CHANCE.