Princeton Review’s Best Colleges for 20 consecutive years
U.S. News & World Report's Best Colleges for 28 consecutive years
Money's Best Colleges for 2018-2019
Recognized for low student debt in 2018 LendEDU Student Debt Rankings
2018 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award
Forbes Best Value Colleges 2019
One of 30 institutions selected for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Frontier Set
Recognized as a Military Friendly School and Best for Vets
Bryan School celebrates 50 years
Student-athletes rank in top 10% for academic success
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UNC Greensboro students are active participants in the Campus Greensboro Fellows Program. Now in its fourth year, the program served 107 college students this summer, and 42 of those students are from UNC Greensboro. Two UNCG students talk about their experience in the program and the impact they are making.
U.K. native Leeroy Maguraushe set three goals for himself: study in America, earn an IT business degree, and pursue a professional soccer career. He fulfilled them all. The Englishman credits the faculty, coaches, and personal support he found at UNC Greensboro with helping him make every goal a reality. #UNCGWay
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UNCG alumna Emily Spivey visits campus and talks about what it's like to write for Saturday Night Live, her new show "Bless the Harts," which is based on Greensboro and High Point, and how students interested in TV and film can pursue their passion.
UNC Greensboro's School of Health and Human Sciences has a new dean. Dr. Carl Mattacola comes from the University of Kentucky, and has served many director roles in his journey.
Follow along as UNCG Police Officer Jerry Smith highlights how to “stay safe at the G.” To learn more about the safety resources and programs discussed in this video, visit https://police.uncg.edu/.
What's so great about being a Spartan? Watch this year-in-review video capturing UNCG's accomplishments, and impact in Greensboro and beyond during the 2018-19 academic year.
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Hear from UNCG men's soccer head coach Chris Rich about being in Greensboro, having a strong alumni base to support the Spartans and more in this Q&A.
We spoke with a few of our recognized staff members about what they love most about their jobs, what service means to them, and what they are thankful for. Congratulations to our 2019 Staff Awards winners.
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