Thank you for considering graduate education at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro! On this page you will find links and information to help you make your decision regarding Graduate School at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Preparing For Graduate School
Graduate Programs Available
Estimated Cost of Attendance
Entrance Exam Requirements
Your application will not be forwarded for review from The Graduate School until all supporting forms are received, such as transcripts and recommendations. Check the requirements of your program of interest for necessary materials. You may download some of the additional forms from our website.
You can apply to all of our programs online. If you don’t see your program listed, please contact the Graduate School for assistance.
If you are applying to a degree program, you MUST pay the application fee by credit card. The application cannot be completed until the non-refundable $60 payment is made.
The same email address cannot be used to create multiple applications..
To our International Applicants, all international transcripts must be accompanied by an evaluation from a NACES affiliated credential evaluation service. We recommend that you please review the International Programs website before continuing.
Students that have attended UNCG in the past do not need to have UNCG transcripts sent.
Visions Students: There is a non-refundable $25 fee to process a Visions form with each new term of enrollment. When submitting an online form, this fee is payable by credit card. Proceed with creating a new application account (the same email address cannot be used to create multiple applications), and when you sign on to the admission page scroll to the bottom of the list to select a Visions enrollment form.
Bryan Prelude Students: Applicants for the Bryan Prelude program are required to submit an official undergraduate transcript, a personal statement and a current resume. Prelude applicants planning to enroll in accounting courses are not required to submit personal statements or resumes. For application questions 10-12, please select “Non-degree (Visions)” as the Application Type and “Bryan Prelude” for the Program and Concentration.
PLEASE NOTE: The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is no longer accepting applications for Audiology.
Are you interested in coming to campus to learn more about Graduate Education at UNCG? The Graduate School currently offers a few ways you can do this. Click on each link below to learn more about your options.
Want to learn more about your program of interest? The Graduate School offers Information Sessions during the academic year to help prospective students gather information about UNCG and its Graduate Programs.
Graduate School Open Houses
To schedule your tour of the UNCG campus, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scheduling a Meeting with a Representative from an Academic Department
If you are interested in meeting with a representative from an academic department, please contact the academic department directly to set up a meeting. Contact information may be found by visiting grs.uncg.edu/programs.
Prospective Visions students may want to take one or more courses for a variety of reasons including personal enrichment, professional knowledge, or renewal of teacher licensure. Visions permits students to register for classes without being admitted to a particular program of study. Credits earned at UNCG through Visions are recorded in the University Registrar’s Office on an official transcript. <LEARN MORE>
Visions Advising Information
Effective with the 2007 Fall Semester, UNCG students in degree programs, who are taking 6 or more credit hours, are required to demonstrate proof of health insurance to avoid a health insurance premium being charged to their UNCG account.
For those without health insurance, UNCG has made available through a UNC consortium an illness and injury plan. While this plan is an option, students are free to purchase any verifiable health insurance plan of their choice.
Students receiving graduate assistantships will receive additional information about health insurance in their letter of appointment.
Health insurance is available to all students through the Student Health Center. The cost of the policy this year is $1,418, and it provides coverage from August 1, 2012 to July 31, 2013.
Visit the Student Health Center’s website for more information. From that website you also have the option of submitting your verification of existing insurance.
We offer different options that help you to find the most adequate way to come back to school. These are:
VISIONS: An opportunity for students to take courses without applying for a specific program of graduate study. No GRE required.
Greater Greensboro Consortium: Through this program students can take classes at other area colleges and universities while remaining a full time student at their primary institution.
Residency Status for Tuition Purposes: Check the Provost’s website if you have questions about your eligibility to be classified as a resident in North Carolina.