In your search for the right college, consider carefully the factors that matter most in your decision. If intellectual, personal and spiritual development are important to you, then your search ends here. Explore our website and take time to interact with our students, faculty, and staff. Our goal is to provide you with every piece of information you need to make an informed decision, so do not hesitate to contact your admissions counselor, a professor or student to introduce yourself.
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The student who gains admission to Greensboro College has demonstrated by his or her performance during high school and/or college a commitment to learning, leadership, and promise of success. Admissions decisions are based on many factors. The most important factor is the student’s academic curriculum. Interviews are not required but are encouraged. Letters of recommendation are optional but always welcome.
Greensboro College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, or against qualified handicapped persons, disabled veterans or veterans of the Vietnam era as identified and defined by law in the recruitment and admission of students and the operations of its programs.
How to Apply
Greensboro College offers many different academic programs for people in all different life stages. The application process varies depending on which degree/program you’re looking for. Find the link that matches the degree/program you’re looking for in the list below. The link will take you to more detailed information, including your specific application requirements.
Greensboro College operates on a rolling basis; therefore, we do not have an application deadline for most programs. We encourage students to apply as early as possible to maximize opportunities for financial assistance. The priority date for incoming freshmen to be considered for the Honors Program is Feb. 1, 2020.
Readmission & Reactivation
Former Greensboro College students (not enrolled during the previous semester) who wish to re-enroll must gain approval from the Readmission Committee (Admissions, Student Accounts, Student Development, and Registrar offices). Students who were academically suspended from Greensboro College also must receive approval from the Scholastic Standing Committee.
If you applied previously to Greensboro College but did not enroll for that semester, you will need to reactivate your application.
Find Your Admissions Counselor
Your admissions counselor is your personal guide through the enrollment process, and our team is eager to get to know you. Please use the following information to help you identify your Admissions Counselor and then scroll down to find his/her contact information below.
- If you are transferring from another college/university, your counselor is Matt Bailey.
- If you are an adult student (over 23 years old), your counselor is Becky Quigley.
- If you are an international student, your counselor is Julie Schatz.
- If you have previously attended Greensboro College and would like to apply for readmission, your counselor is Andrea Humble.
- If you are a traditional student, your counselor is based on where you live. Use the tables below to find your counselor.
If you are a traditional student and live in North Carolina, determine your counselor using the first three digits of your zip code:
- Zach Frohne ’12 – Alamance, Caswell, and Rockingham counties, plus zip codes beginning with 275-279, 283-285
- Justin Kimball – 270-274 including Forsyth County, 280-282, 286-289
- Julia Mallard – Guilford County
If you are a traditional student and live outside North Carolina, determine your counselor based on your state:
- Matt Bailey – Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
- Zach Frohne ’12 – Maryland, Virginia, and Florida
- Justin Kimball – South Carolina and Georgia
The Admissions Staff
Current high school students may determine who their admissions counselor is by the state in which they attend high school. If you attend a North Carolina high school, then your counselor is determined by your high school’s zip code.