The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

 
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The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is located in the central region of North Carolina, approximately 1 ½ hours north of Charlotte. It is the third largest city in the state of North Carolina with a population of approximately 229,000 and has easy access to highways that will lead you to the beautiful North Carolina Mountains in the west and the beaches in the east.
 
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is one of the three original institutions in the University of North Carolina System. The student population is comparable to Brock University with 16,000 students, but the look and feel of the campus is extremely different. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro also offers small class sizes (average at 27 students per class).
 
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Courses
 
At the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the course schedule is posted well in advance and is typically posted in early summer. Course offerings website
 
To see what courses the University of North Carolina may offer, you can visit the Course Catalog.
 
To find important dates for one or two years in advance, you can visit the Academic Calendar
 
Some of the program highlights at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro are:
Accounting and Finance
Anthropology
Art
Astronomy
Biology
Business Administration
International Business Studies
Marketing
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Classical Studies
Communication Studies
Computer Science
Dance
Drama
Economics
English
Entrepreneurship
Environmental Studies
Finance
French
Geography
Health & Human Performance
History
Hospitality and Tourism Management
Information Systems & Operations Management
International and Global Studies
Kinesiology
Linguistics
Management
Marketing
Mathematics & Statistics
Media Studies
Music
Nursing
Philosophy
Physics & Astronomy
Political Science 
Psychology
Recreation, Tourism, & Hospitality Management
Sociology
Statistics
Theatre
Western Civilization
Women's & Gender Studies Program
Dates
 
The Fall Term usually starts mid-August and ends mid-December.
The Spring Term (Brock’s Winter Term) usually starts at the beginning of January and ends early May.
 
Housing
 
Brock students will pay for residence (DeCew Double) and a meal plan (Standard) to Brock University, in addition to tuition. Typically students who study at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro who are on exchange will live in the Hawkins Residence Hall, better known as the International House (I-House). Students will live in a double-occupancy room and will live with either an American student or a fellow international student. Students will also receive a meal plan that is comparable to the Standard Meal plan at Brock. 
 
For more information, please visit the following websites:
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Studying at UNCG was the best and most amazing experience of my University career! I made life-long friends from all over North Carolina and around the world, as well as experienced many new places. I was able to take classes that I would have never been able to take at Brock, and met some of the most amazing Professors that I will not soon forget. If I could go back and study there again, I would do so in a minute!
- Jenn, 2007-2008