UNCG Online: Division of Online Learning
915 Northridge St.
P.O. Box 26710, Greensboro NC 27402-6170
336/315-7044 or 1-866-334-2255
See https://online.uncg.edu/uncg-online-division-programs-and-services for the following:
- UNCG Online
- Master of Arts in Applied Arts and Sciences
- Summer Session
- Winter Session
- Visiting Students
- Visiting Auditors
- Continuing Education Units
Registration is by registration access window only. Students may register online through UNCGenie from any computer equipped with a Web browser. Courses are listed in the course schedule on UNCGenie.
Visiting Student Registration Period
Non-degree seeking undergraduate registration is available to students not enrolled in a degree program. Online registration for Spring 2018 will open for Visiting Students beginning Monday, November 20, 2017 and continue through the first day of class.
Registration for Courses at:
Duke University, North Carolina Central University, North Carolina State University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and UNCG.
The Inter-Institutional program is designed to expand the course options available to Degree-Seeking students who are currently enrolled in one of the six colleges and universities in the surrounding area. Its primary purpose is to assist a student in registering for a course(s) elsewhere that is unavailable in a given semester on the student’s home campus.
UNCG students who wish to enroll in courses at one or more of the Inter-Institutional schools may obtain the necessary forms from the University Registrar’s Office or The Graduate School Office. See form for instructions.
Course Schedule information for most of the participating schools is available online.
The dropping of a course should be initiated on the host campus. Regulations of the host campus relative to withdrawal and grades apply. Students must also notify the registrar on their home campus of any courses dropped.
Students from other Inter-Institutional schools who wish to take courses at UNCG will present the approved forms at their home institution, afterwhich, the home institution will submit to UNCG for processing during the period designated on the Registration Calendar. Instructions for completing registration will be available at that time. Inter-Institutional students wishing to enroll in courses in the Bryan School of Business and Economics must meet the entrance requirements required of UNCG students. Transcripts from the home institution will be required by the Bryan School before enrollment will be approved. Inter-Institutional Approval Form
ROTC Registration (see Consortium Registration)
The United States Air Force and Army Reserve Officer’s Training Corps (ROTC) programs are available to UNCG students through the Greater Greensboro Consortium on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University. As a member of the Consortium, UNCG offers students these opportunities for leadership training and a commission in the Army or Air Force through cross-registration at N.C. A&T State University.
See Consortium Registration for more information.