Are you interested in coming to campus to learn more about Graduate Education at UNC Greensboro? The Graduate School offers Information Sessions, Open Houses and Individual Campus Tours. Information Sessions include a potential meeting with a representative from an academic department, breakout information sessions on various topics, but do not include a campus tour. There is no limit on the number of participants who can attend an Information Session. An Open House is more intimate session which is limited to 25 participants and includes a campus tour. Learn more about each of these options below.

The Graduate School offers two Information Sessions each academic year to prospective graduate students so that they may learn more about Graduate School in general as well as their program of interest.

Next Information Session: February 4, 2019

Information Sessions are designed for individuals who are exploring opportunities for graduate education at UNC Greensboro. The Information Session provides an opportunity to meet with faculty representatives from academic departments and to ask your specific questions about degree programs, requirements, the application process, and financial aid.

Information Sessions include a welcome from the Vice Provost and Dean of The Graduate School, workshops on topics like “Graduate Student Life at UNCG” and “Building a Strong Graduate Application”. There will also be a time open questions and answers. You will conclude the evening by meeting with a representative from the graduate program of interest.

Registering for the Information Session

Registration is necessary in order to attend the event and to ensure an academic department representative is available to meet with you.

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED FOR THE FALL 2018 INFORMATION SESSION

If you have additional questions, please contact us at gradinquiry@uncg.edu.

Would you like to learn more about the Graduate School at UNC Greensboro? Are you interested in a campus tour? Perhaps a Graduate School Open House is for you!

On selected afternoons during the Fall and Spring semesters, we will be holding Graduate School Open Houses for prospective students (generally those who have not yet applied to The Graduate School) wanting to learn more about graduate education at UNC Greensboro.

Each Open House will include a session with the Assistant Dean of the Graduate School about many topics including the History of UNCG, our programs, building a better application, and more! Each on campus Open House will also include a tour of UNC Greensboro’s beautiful campus!

Please note: Open Houses will NOT include meeting with representatives from academic departments. If you are interested in meeting with an academic department, please contact the academic department directly to set up a meeting before or after the Open House event. Contact information may be found by visiting grs.uncg.edu/programs.

Registration

Open Houses take place in the School of Education Building, unless otherwise indicated on the event registration page.

Reservations are REQUIRED for on campus Open House events and are limited to the first 25 individuals to RSVP. If you RSVP for a date and are later unable to attend, please let us know as soon as possible. To register, click on one of the available Open House dates listed below.

Dates for Fall 2018

Upon registration you will receive a confirmation email from The Graduate School. If you are not one of the first 25 to RSVP for an Open House, you will be placed on a waiting list an automatically moved to the registration list when a spot becomes available.

If you have questions, feel free to contact The Graduate School: lahedgep@uncg.edu.

Would you like to schedule a tour of campus with a representative from The Graduate School?
Each tour is designed to last anywhere between 30 and 90 minutes, depending on interest of the individuals touring. To schedule your tour of the UNC Greensboro campus, please complete this form.
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.