UNC Greensboro creates remarkable real-world impact, every day.

You see it every day. In the hard work, inventive ideas, and powerful collaborations that define our communities. 

You see it in our students – those who have excelled their entire lives and those who are full of potential.

You see it in faculty who – in the classroom, the lab, and the community – discover and share the knowledge that makes our region and our world healthier, more vibrant, and more prosperous. 

You see it in the engagement of our faculty, staff, and students with our hometown – in the center of our state – where we are an engine of prosperity, innovation, creativity, and service.

It is as true today as it has been for more than 125 years: UNC Greensboro is relentlessly focused on helping each student unleash their potential and make a meaningful impact on their life, in our community, and around the world, every day.

An Aerial view of UNCG’s iconic statue of Minerva, goddess of wisdom


UNCG is a minority-serving institution with nearly 18,000 students.

Smiling students participate in a class discussion.

Classes and Faculty

Explore more than 175 undergraduate study and more than 250 areas of graduate study.

A view of UNCG’s clocktower

Academic Calendar

UNCG follows a traditional academic calendar, with fall and spring semesters. Students may also take classes during two summer sessions.

Students dance and take photos at Homecoming

Campus Life

UNCG boasts more than 250 student organizations, 17 Division I athletic teams, intramurals, club sports, student newspaper, performance groups, and more.

A view of the oldest building on UNCG’s campus, Faust


For full-time students living on campus, 2022-2023 basic costs (tuition, fees, room, and board) totaled approximately $17,428 for in-state students.

A view of one of UNCG’s newly renovated residential colleges


Have your pick at on-campus living. UNCG offers three residential colleges, seven living-learning communities, and an honors college residence hall.

Learn more about…

No. 1 in North Carolina
For Net Cost

U.S. News & World
Report’s Best Colleges

Princeton Review’s
2023 Best Colleges

Best for Vets College,
2022 Military Times

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