Students taking courses through an inter-institutional agreement must meet the standards for participation in the program as set by their home institution and must follow the rules and policies of both campuses.
Greater Greensboro Consortium/North Carolina Inter-institutional Agreement
A student attending a college or university through the Greater Greensboro Consortium (Bennett College, Elon University, Greensboro College, Guilford College, High Point University, Guilford Technical Community College, and North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University) or through the North Carolina Inter-institutional Agreement (with Duke University, North Carolina Central University, North Carolina State University, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and The University of North Carolina at Charlotte) is not classified as a visiting student at UNCG and does not go through the admissions process for the fall or spring semesters. Students wishing to register for regular—or main campus—courses at UNCG through the Greater Greensboro Consortium or the North Carolina Inter-institutional Agreement should contact the registrar of their home institutions. For Summer Sessions, the Greater Greensboro Consortium is in effect only with North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.
UNCG students wishing to take courses at one of the Consortium institutions should request a Consortium form from the University Registrar’s Office, 180 Mossman Building, 336/315-7044.
Students attending other schools participating in the Greater Greensboro Consortium or the North Carolina Inter-institutional Agreement who are interested in taking courses in the UNCG Summer Sessions should request a Summer Session Bulletin from the Division of Continual Learning (336/334-5414) and submit the application form found in that publication.
Students who wish to register for courses at UNCG and who are not enrolled at another UNC system school must answer campus safety questions, per UNC Policy 700.5.1[R]. Students may be required to submit to a criminal background check, based on their answers to the campus safety questions.
UNC Online Inter-institutional Agreement
A student interested in taking an online course through one of the UNC system schools may consult The University of North Carolina Online Website, http://online.northcarolina.edu/subjectlistc.php, for a list of available courses. Registration requests also may be made through this Web site.