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Undergraduate Transfer Q&A

December 17, 2019 by Mandy Byrd |

Whether you’re a community college student or you hope to transfer credits earned at another university, we answer key questions below that will help you make the most of your credits.

When can I have my transcripts evaluated by UNC Greensboro?

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Questions about Going Back to College?

August 29, 2019 by Karen Grossman |

Going back to college as an adult student may be a little different from the first time you applied. This time, you may be looking to advance your career instead of touring campuses for the perfect college experience.

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Applying to Four-Year Colleges: What Community College Students Should  Know

June 14, 2017 by Karen Grossman |

Applying to a four-year college or university may involve a few more steps than applying to community college, but don’t let the enrollment process scare you. There may be more boxes to check, but you can stay on task with admission requirements, deadlines, and application fees with some

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Make The Most of Your Community College Credits

June 09, 2016 by Coventry Kessler |

Lots of people decide to start college at a community college. The location is convenient, tuition and fees are modest, and most may not yet know what they want to major in. If you're in this position, community college is a great choice AND it can be a successful springboard to a

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Turning an AA or AS into a BA in Liberal Studies at UNCG

June 09, 2015 by Trina Gabriel |

Are you enrolled in an Associate of Arts (A.A.) or Associate of Science (A.S.) degree at a North Carolina community college? If so and you’re thinking about continuing onto the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies (BLS) at UNCG, completion of your A.A. or A.S. through the North Carolina

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Will Your Prior Credits Transfer?

February 16, 2015 by Trina Gabriel |

As a transfer student you're likely curious if your prior coursework will transfer to the college or university you now want to attend.

Because of the many applications received by colleges and universities you likely can't get your transcript evaluated by them before you apply because their

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