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
Alumni bring historic hospitality to Greensboro
Zadie Smith visits campus as part of literary festival
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Physician, comedic star, and Greensboro native Dr. Ken Jeong delivers words of wisdom and inspiration to the UNC Greensboro graduating Class of 2019, at the Greensboro Coliseum on May 10, 2019. #UNCGgrad
Event highlights: https://newsandfeatures.uncg.edu/ken-jeong-find-your-passion/
UNC Greensboro's 96th Student Government Association President, Samaya Roary, addresses and inspires our May 2019 graduates during our Commencement ceremony.
UNC Greensboro spoke with Dr. Ken Jeong about returning to Greensboro for his Commencement address, and what advice he has for Class of 2019 graduates. #UNCGgrad
Meet Nathaniel and Julianne Olson, doctoral candidates in UNCG's renowned School of Music, and two graduates profiled by the University during May Commencement season. #UNCGgrad
Meet Brittney Gray, a consumer apparel and retail studies major, and one of two graduates profiled by the University during May Commencement season. #UNCGgrad
We're making progress on the construction of our new Nursing and Instructional Building! Check out this time lapse from DPR Construction showing work over the past five months.
Graduates of UNCG's unique Professions in Deafness program speak about their work as advocates and interpreters for the deaf and hard of hearing and the way they make connections with the North Carolina Deaf community.
The Profession in Deafness major is in Specialized Education Services in the School of Education. The ASL minor program is in Language, Literatures, and Cultures within the College of Arts and Sciences.
For one week – March 31- April 6, 2019 – the UNCG community joined to tell our story in images, and show what it's like to be Spartan. View a daily photo journal of those seven days at weekattheg.uncg.edu.
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