New Student Next Steps
Intent to Enroll
Access your application portal to complete the Intent to Enroll form. Doing so reserves your spot in your program and allows you to setup your UNCG computer accounts. After completing the Intent to Enroll form, allow up to 24 hours before moving on to step two.
Within 48 hours of submitting your Intent to Enroll form you will receive an email regarding the activation of your UNCG computing accounts. Follow the instructions contained in that email in order to claim your computing accounts and reset your password. This will give you access to UNCG’s wireless network, Canvas, your UNCG email account, Microsoft 365, Box, WebEx, and other campus supported software.
Your residency for tuition purposes determines your in-state or out-of-state status and may impact your admission, tuition, scholarship or financial aid eligibility. North Carolina residency for tuition purposes is governed by North Carolina state law. More information about North Carolina residency for tuition purposes can be found on the CFNC Residency Determination Service website and you can also watch this brief video explaining more about residency as well.
Please ensure your residency status remains active. It is the student’s responsibility to notify our office of any change in classification. If your residency is set to expire before the start of your program, you must complete a residency reclassification application with the Residency Determination Services (RDS) at www.ncresidency.org. Please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Outside NC Tuition – if you are enrolled in an online program at UNC Greensboro but live outside North Carolina, you may be eligible to receive a special tuition rate “Outside NC” (ONNC). To be eligible for this rate, you must already have an official RDS determination. The ONNC attribute will be added to your record after admission. Please notify our office of any changes to your RDS classification.
Official Transcripts/Credential Evaluation
Final official transcripts are required for all newly enrolled students.
Final official credential evaluations are required for newly enrolled students who have earned a degree from an institution outside of the US. This requirement must be completed when applying to your graduate program. The Graduate School accepts course-by-course evaluation reports from any National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES®) service.
For a transcript to be considered official, it must be sent directly from the issuing college or university by US mail, electronic submission, or hand-delivered in a sealed envelope. The transcript must reflect degree(s) awarded and/or completed coursework and final grades. Note: in-progress coursework and student-uploaded transcripts are not considered official regardless of how they were obtained. If the transcript was issued to you and then opened and uploaded to your account during the application process, this is not considered official.
Please have your institution send official, electronic transcripts to email@example.com.
Official transcripts can be mailed to the address below:
UNC Greensboro Graduate School
270 Mossman Building
1202 Spring Garden Street
Greensboro, NC 27412
Eligible students are automatically enrolled in and billed for the UNCG Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP). If you have and wish to use your own health insurance, you must request a waiver. Visit the Student Health Services website for more information.
Pay your bill
To view account information and to pay your bill, please login to the Student Account Center which is accessible from the UNCGenie homepage. Did you know, UNC Greensboro students can opt to pay their semester account charges through a monthly payment plan? Click here to view available payment plan options. Failure to pay your bill will result in cancellation of classes. If you think there is an error with your bill, please contact the Cashier’s and Student Accounts Office. Information on scholarships, financial support and graduate aid can be found on our Financial Information page.
To get a SpartanCard, visit the SpartanCard Center located in 106 Moran Commons (the UNCG Dining Hall). Your UNC Greensboro photo ID can be used as a library card, meal card, and convenient form of payment across campus.
Sexual Violence Prevention Course
As a UNC Greensboro graduate student, you are required to complete Sexual Violence Prevention: It Matters. For more information about this online course please visit the It Matters website. Fall admits – Instructions for completing this training, including online login information, will be e-mailed to you in August at the start of the fall semester. Summer and spring admits will be contacted during the first week of the fall semester. A registration hold will be placed on your account if the training is not completed by the designated deadline.
Visit the Spartan Compass
The Spartan Compass helps you navigate your way through essential information, policies, and resources available to UNCG graduate students. The Online Orientation Page provides quick video introductions to many campus offices and resources of interest to graduate students.