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Contact Info:
State: North Carolina
City: Greensboro
Street: 1400 Spring Garden Street Greensboro
ZIP: 27412
Phone: (336) 334.5000
Details:
 Serves: Worldwide
 Enrollment: twice a year
 Financial Aid: Yes
 Scholarships: Yes
UNCG is located in the dynamic city of Greensboro, North Carolina. Greensboro is the third-largest city in the state and is located about halfway between Atlanta and Washington, D.C. UNCG's campus includes 30 academic buildings and 24 residence halls on 210 acres.

The University enrolls approximately 18,500 students (33 percent male, 67 percent female) from all 50 states and more than 90 countries.

Studentsí activities include 180 student organizations, 18 intercollegiate athletic teams, intramurals, club sports, recreation center, campus golf course, student newspaper, student literary magazine, student radio station, music and choral groups, drama and dance performance groups, concert and lecture series, film series, internships, outing club, 21 fraternities and sororities, community service and field campus for fishing, swimming, and canoeing. Average class size is 27 students. Student to faculty ratio is 16:1

Admission
Freshmen students are supposed to meet following requirements:
     - Have the high school send an official copy of studentís final transcript to the Office of Admissions upon the graduation. This transcript is due July 15 for students enrolling in the fall semester, January 3 for spring semester;
     - Complete all requirements for high school graduation;
     - Successfully complete all of the UNCG high school course requirements: English (4 units), Foreign Language (2 units of one foreign language), Mathematics (4 units - algebra I and II, geometry, one advanced course beyond Algebra II), Science (3 units), and Social Science (2 units - one unit must be US History).

Transfer students must:
     - Have an official college transcript, showing all college/university credits earned sent directly to the Office of Admissions immediately after the semester or quarter ends;
     - Complete studies with an overall and transferable average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale as calculated by UNCG on all course work attempted prior to enrolling at UNCG;
     - Successfully complete any specific courses required to meet the UNC system-wide minimum admissions subject requirements;
     - 2Plus students must finish their AAS degrees prior to enrolling.

Career Services
UNCG offers following career services:
     - Career coaching for all of studentís career needs;
     - State of the art online career search and management tools;
     - A network of Bryan school alumni with whom a student can build professional relationships;
     - On campus events and presentations by area employers who may hire Bryan students;
     - A targeted recruiting service where we visit companies on your behalf to promote Bryan School students.



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Programs offered by this school:
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Business Studies
Master of Arts in Conflict Resolution
Master of Arts in Liberal Studies
Postbaccalaureate certificate in Conflict Resolution
Postbaccalaureate certificate in Information Assurance
Postbaccalaureate certificate in Information Technology
Postbaccalaureate certificate in Supply Chain Management