You are just a few steps away from returning to UNCG. Please see below for an outline of steps to take to re-enroll at UNCG. Links will open in a separate window so you will not lose your place in the process. A printer-friendly version of these steps can also be downloaded by clicking here (PDF). If you have any questions or concerns at any point during the re-application process, please contact the Students First Office at (336)-334-5730.
Option 1: For students who meet both criteria below:
- Have been away from UNCG for one (1) fall or spring semester*
- Were not suspended or dismissed from UNCG
To re-enroll, you must contact your academic advisor and schedule an appointment to discuss course registration and obtain your advising code. Here are instructions for how to look up your academic advisor. If you attended another institution while you were away, submit official transcripts from all colleges attended since leaving UNCG to Undergraduate Admissions.
Option 2: For students who meet any one of the criteria below:
- Were away from UNCG for two (2) or more consecutive semesters* (summer not included)
- Were suspended or dismissed** from UNCG
Students who meet any of the above criteria must re-apply as a Former Student via Undergraduate Admissions. To re-apply:
- Fill out an online Former Student Application with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and submit the $65 application fee.
- August 1 for Fall term (*July 15 for second degree students)
- December 1 for Spring term (*November 15 for second degree students)
- May 1 for Summer Session 1
- June 1 for Summer Session 2
- If you attended another institution while you were away, submit official transcripts from all colleges attended since leaving UNCG to Undergraduate Admissions (you must have an overall and transferable 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale to meet re-admissions requirements).
*A student who earned a grade in any course (including W/WX/WT/WE grades) is considered to have been enrolled for that term.
**If you left the University on academic dismissal, you will first need to appeal to return to UNCG by completing the Return from Academic Dismissal appeal process. This appeal must be approved before your Former Student Application can be reviewed by Undergraduate Admissions. Please contact the Students First Office for assistance.
For assistance with returning to UNCG or understanding the return process you are required to follow, please contact Undergraduate Admissions at (336) 334-5243 or the Students First Office at (336) 334-5730.
The following are offices you should touch base with as you prepare to return:
- Check with the Cashier’s Office by calling (336) 334-5831 to make sure you do not have any account holds which can hinder your registration eligibility.
- If you are planning to live on campus, visit Housing and Residence Life to apply.
- Contact Student Health Services to confirm that your immunizations are still in compliance with university requirements. Students who have been away for at least one semester should complete the Returning/Reactivated Student Form and submit it to Student Health Services to verify immunization compliance.
- If you left under disciplinary suspension, you will need to touch base with the Dean of Students Office.
- If you are returning to UNCG after academic suspension, you will be required to attend an Academic Re-Orientation meeting with the Students First Office to engage in success planning for your return semester. This meeting will be required before you can register for courses in your return semester.
If you have not already done so, schedule an advising appointment with your academic advisor to discuss course registration and receive your advising code for the upcoming semester.
Students who must re-apply to UNCG should wait until they receive an admissions decision to schedule advising appointments.
If you need assistance, here are instruction on how to look up your advisor in UNCGenie. The Students First Office also provides supplemental advising but cannot release advising codes to students with declared majors.
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