Since its foundation, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), as a public institution, has assumed its place among top-tier universities in North Carolina. Known for ground-breaking research, community service, caring faculty, and high-quality education, the University equips students with the best skills and knowledge for the future.
With its academic emphasis, UNCG is a student-centered university, and it believes in educating the whole individual. Studentís behavior in the classroom, on the playing field, in personal relationships, and within one's own character, quite exactly guarantees the vitality of humankind's future.
At the University of North Carolina at Greensboro Online Learning is offered through UNCG iCampus. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro offers you a great opportunity to learn from the privacy of your home, instead of driving to campus and searching for a parking space. UNCG currently offers several online degree programs, with some more in the works, and online certificates. Traditional students can also pick up single courses to fulfill individual needs.
UNCG iCampus created the nationís first videogame for college credit in microeconomics, presented in a format where students naturally spend time Ė in an online gaming environment. UNCG Online Learning developed innovative, branching tree online learning objects that use the Socratic Method to hold many of the benefits of a face-to-face dialogue with a faculty member.
Our faculty and course designers are persuaded that effective online learning includes far more than just reading a textbook online and memorizing facts that are quickly forgotten. Instead we invite you in an online world where you can familiarize with the information you need to learn. Youíll be asked to assess evidence, make decisions and weigh the consequences.
Students enrolled in online programs are eligible for financial aid consideration. All awards are based on full time status. The student has to inform our office in writing if he/she will not be enrolled full time. Failure to report this information will lead to a delay of the disbursement of funds.
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.