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- College of Arts and Sciences, Advising Center
- Bryan School of Business & Economics, Undergraduate Student Services
- School of Education, Office of Student Services
- School of Music, Theatre, and Dance, Departmental Advising
- School of Nursing, Undergraduate Advising Center
- School of Health & Human Science, Student Advising Center
While UNCG students are assigned an advisor based on their academic major, each of the University's professional schools and the College of Arts and Sciences has a general academic advising center that can provide major-specific information regarding advising at UNCG.
For more information, visit the advising center within your school or college:
The INTERLINK Language Center provides ESL (English as a Second Language) training, cultural orientation, and academic preparation as well as help with university placement and conditional admission for current and prospective UNCG students.
- A sense of community
- Research, scholarship, and creative activities
- Priority registration
- Honors Residence at North Spencer
- Recognition of graduating with International Honors, Disciplinary Honors, or both
Lloyd International Honors College (LIHC) offers two programs for highly motivated students.
The International Honors Program enhances general education studies by providing special internationally focused Honors courses, an opportunity to study abroad, and the benefit of learning a second language. The Disciplinary Honors Program is directed at current students who seek to deepen study in their declared academic major.
Advantages of the Honors College include:
- Alternative testing
- Academic and organization assistance
- Adaptive technology/computer services
- Advocacy assistance
- Interpreter services
- Note-taker services
The Office of Accessibility Resources and Services provides, coordinates, and advocates for services which enable undergraduate students with disabilities to receive equal access to a college education and to all aspects of university life.
- Residential Colleges
- Living-Learning Communities
- Learning Communities
The Office of Learning Communities at UNCG fosters student learning through integrated experiences in and out of the classroom. Through a variety of community options, the OLC provides students and the University with connections beyond the traditional classroom.
Students are encouraged to explore a community in one of the following areas:
- Undergraduate research assistantships
- An annual undergraduate research Expo
- Undergraduate research assistant travel awards
The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) supports undergraduate research on The University of North Carolina at Greensboro campus in a variety of ways including:
- Academic coaching, support and advocacy for transfer and adult students
- Partnership Development with Piedmont Triad community colleges
- Coordination of UNCG in 3, an accelerated degree completion program motivated undergraduate students
Did you know that more than 30% of UNCG undergraduates are transfer students and/or adult learners? The Office of Transfer & Adult Student Success fosters collaborative learning, personal development and growth for transfer students and adult learners through its three core initiatives:
The SSC is composed of four academic support offices that assist students as they persist toward an undergraduate degree and develop into lifelong learners. Services provided in the SSC include tutoring, academic skills instruction, and academic workshops.
- International Students Association (ISA)
- Friday Fest
- International House (I-House)
- Peer Advisor and Liaison (PAL)
If you can afford to be a student at UNCG, then you can afford a study abroad experience! For many students today, it has become an educational and occupational necessity to study abroad in our globally-interdependent world. The Study Abroad and Exchange Programs Office in the International Programs Center can send students almost anywhere in the world at a cost about equal to that of an academic semester or year at UNCG.
Additionally, SAE also has other ways for students to get involved on the main campus, including:
The UNCG Bookstore is your one-stop shop for all things UNCG! Here you can purchase University apparel, textbooks, magazines, gift cards, software and computer accessories, and much more. Plus, a portion of all purchases support UNCG scholarships. Additionally, the bookstore also offers Bookstore Bucks in partnership with the SpartanCard Center. By adding funds to this account, you can make purchases in the bookstore using your UNCG id card.
Undergraduate Student Excellence (USE) believes that every student should have the opportunity to achieve their greatest academic potential. USE coordinates four impactful initiatives that empower students and foster academic success and recovery including:
The University Registrar's Office (URO) oversees adherence to academic policy and data integrity and is responsible for the registration of all students in academic credit courses offered by the University. All aspects of registration, including the preparation of the semester schedule of courses, demographic updates, major changes, faculty advisor assignments, registration scheduling, and processing are handled by this office. In conjunction with registration, the URO is also responsible for grade processing at the close of each semester, and maintains the official academic records (transcripts) for all current and former students.
UNCG's Speaking Center provides one-on-one tutoring and instructional workshop services to students to help hone oral communication, confidence, and competence. Assistance is offered in the preparation and delivery of speeches, development of knowledge and skill in interpersonal communication, and group or team communication through:
- Face-to-face consultations
- Online consultations via Instant Messenger
- Online consultations via email
UNCG's Writing Center assists students with papers, helping them clarify the goals of the paper and gain control of the writing process. Services that are offered include:
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