If you’re thinking about transferring to UNC Greensboro, consider the following questions to make sure they’re the right fit for you:
Does UNC Greensboro offer your major?
What are the General Education Requirements?
What are the Transfer Admissions Requirements?
Have you reviewed UNC Greensboro's guide to transferring credits?
How will you pay for college?
Is UNC Greensboro the right fit for you?
Degree Plans for Community College Transfer Students
The link above will provide templates for College Transfer students earning an AA/AS degree who are interested in completing their bachelor’s degree at UNC Greensboro.
If you’re on track to complete an Associate of Applied Science (AAS), or an associate degree in Nursing (ADN), from a participating NC community college, you may be able to transfer via a 2-Plus program. These programs allow students to transfer to specific majors at UNCG with advanced standing.
UNC Greensboro co-admissions programs are designed to provide community college students working toward an A.S. or A.A. degree an opportunity to complete their studies at UNCG, earning a bachelor’s or accelerated master’s degree. As a co-admissions student, not only can you easily transfer your community college credits to UNCG, you can live like a Spartan from day one. As a community college student, you’ll still enjoy access to our on-campus resources such as the library and Kaplan Center for Wellness.
If you have more questions, explore UNC Greensboro’s website.