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University of North Carolina at Greensboro UNCG (NC)

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University of North Carolina - Greensboro (UNCG) is located in the central part of the state, about midway between Washington and Atlanta. Undergraduates at UNCG can choose from more than 100 academic programs, it also offers highly ranked master's programs in the fields of health and library and information studies.

 

UNCG is a great national Tier 2 University with many friendly people, the campus is beautiful and close-knit, allowing you to feel at home.

 

UNCG is a very nice place for an education with a variety of majors. Professors are professional as well as very relatable. Class sizes are usually small so you can discussion with the professor, but even in a big lecture class, the professors still strive for connections with students. Professors also want their students to pass, they will make sure you understand their content for their exam or essay.

 

The Basics
Setting Urban
School Type Public - State
Housing Dorm and in-campus Apartments
Popular Subjects Business Admin, Psychologys, Nursing ,Communications
Current Weather https://www.theweathernetwork.com/us/weather/north-carolina/greensboro
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/uncg1891/
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School Website http://www.uncg.edu
General Information
Location Greensboro
Nearest City High Point, Asheboro, Thomasville
Campus Size 231 acres (0.93 km2)
Year Founded 1891
Enrollment ~14,000 undergraduate, 2,500 postgraduate

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Most Popular Majors (in descending order)

•          Business Administration and Management

•          Psychologys

•          Nursing

•          Communications

•          Liberal Arts and Humanities

•          Kinesiology and Exercise Science

•          Sociology

•          Biology

•          Human Development

•          English

 

Academic schools & programs

College of Arts & Sciences

Joseph M. Bryan School of Business & Economics

School of Education

School of Health and Human Sciences

Joint School of Nanoscience & Nanoengineering (one of the first such schools in the nation)

School of Music, Theatre & Dance

School of Nursing, Continual Learning

Graduate School, Warren Ashby Residential College and Lloyd International Honors College

 

Student Profile

75 percent of the students are undergraduates. While 89 percent are from North Carolina, the rest come from 45 other states and over 90 foreign countries. About 30 percent of the students live on campus.

 

Campus Facilities

A 10-story air-conditioned Jackson Library

Elliott University Center

A 2,300-seat Aycock Auditorium

Campus art center

State-of-the-art music building

Language clubs

Media clubs

2 gymnasiums

Tennis courts

6 practice golf greens

Student Recreation Center – it has amazing facilities that include an indoor pool, a rock climbing wall, and racquetball courts.

 

Student Life

UNCG students can get involved by joining about 200 organizations, including numerous fraternities and sororities. Student athletes can play at the intramural and club levels or try out for the UNCG Spartans varsity sports teams, which compete in the NCAA Division I Southern Conference.

Students like to go sports games, outdoor adventures during the weekend, and attending shows and concerts. Some like to have a cup of coffee at one of the local shops, enjoying wonderful performances by the great music and arts department, and walking around the beautiful campus.

Others might like the gaming center, a room devoted solely to the enjoyment of video games.

Many local students also like to interact with the international students, and eat.

 

Community Services

The office of Leadership and Service Learning offers students plenty of opportunities to get involved at UNCG and in the community through service learning and volunteer opportunities, including:

Tutoring and teaching at local schools

Garden and yard work in local community areas

Meal preparation and serving

 

Campus Buildings

Quad

Popular place for students get around, for food and fun.

The Fountain

It is a landmark on UNCG's campus, and is a common meeting place for student groups. Visible from parts of the quad all the way to the Elliot University Center and from above in the Jackson Library and "the Caf," the large steps and platform around the fountain are frequently home to demonstrations, performances, and fraternity/sorority functions.

Clock Towers

Students at the University also uphold the tradition of not walking beneath the four-faced clock tower located near the Rawk. It is said that those who walk under the clock will not graduate on time, and some students believe in this almost religiously, avoiding the bricks around the clock tower as well.

Stone Building

Students like to stroll in front of this building.

Taylor Garden

Taylor Garden, situated between the Elliott University Center and the Alumni House, is a quiet spot to study or meet friends.

Spartan Village

Apart from traditional residence hall, this Is a collection of four residence halls located across Lee Street and featuring apartment-style living for undergraduate students.

Weatherspoon Art Museum

This nationally renowned museum inside features one of the largest and most impressive collections of modern American art in the country.

 

Greensboro – about the city

It is the state's third largest city and is a dynamic city, offering a splendid setting for a university. Greensboro has been rated by a national survey as the nation's second most attractive place to live, based on climate, health, transportation, crime rate and prosperity.

Situated midway between Washington, DC, and Atlanta, Georgia, Greensboro is one hour's drive from the Research Triangle (including Chapel Hill), two hours from the mountains, and about three hours from the Outer Banks and other beaches. In return, UNCG has enriched Greensboro with its widely diversified academic community for more than one hundred years.

*The greater Triad area, comprising Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point, has a population approaching one million.

 

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