HIGH SCHOOL, TRANSFER AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Are you a current or recently graduated high school student who has not enrolled at any other college before? If so, you’re in the right place! Greensboro College offers a student-centered education experience.

We offer a close-knit community, strong academic programs, and one-on-one faculty attention to develop our students into well-rounded, uniquely prepared professionals and engaged human beings who go on to accomplish great things in the world.

Of course there’s more to your college experience than just studying. Here, you also can discover new passions, explore your unique interests, and meet lifelong friends along the way. Be sure to explore our athletics and activities pages to find your home at Greensboro College.

Are you a resident of Guilford County? Say Yes Guilford Scholarship registration is now open for Guilford County Schools’ seniors.

Students can go to sayyesguilford.org to begin their scholarship application. The portal is open until June 1, 2022. As part of the application, students must also complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Our Greensboro College Admissions Counselors are happy to answer any questions as well.

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  • APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

    No application fee required

    High School Student (first-time freshmen including early college)

    • Completed online application
    • Submit a copy of your high school transcript (an official final one is required upon high school graduation)
    • Submit a copy of your Standardized test scores (SAT code = 5260, ACT code = 3104)
    • If applying test-optional, you do not need to submit a test score

    At Greensboro College, we believe in a holistic review of our applicants. A full review of all materials submitted with the application, and especially the high school record, is key to understanding a student’s preparedness and academic ability.  We are test optional; however, if you have test scores and you think your test scores are an accurate representation of your ability, you are welcome to submit them. A personal statement and letters of recommendation are optional.

    All undergraduate traditional students who are accepted to the College are automatically considered for merit scholarships.

    Transfer Student

    • Completed online application
    • Submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended
    • Dean form from the last institution attended (must come directly from the school)
    • If you have earned fewer than 24 credit hours, you will need to submit your official high-school transcript and SAT/ACT or apply as test optional

    International Student directly from a secondary school

    • Completed online application
    • Official high school transcript should include courses taken, grades received, and confirmation of degree earned with date. The transcript needs to be translated into English by an accredited verifying company, an impartial, third-party company.
    • Official test scores (student may choose from one of the following options):

    To fulfill admission test requirements, international students must prove English proficiency in one of the following ways:

    • TOFEL – an internet-based score of 76 with minimum section scores of 18 for Reading, 18 for Listening, 20 for Speaking, and 20 for Writing
    • SAT – Satisfactory scores on the Scholastic Assessment Test. Minimum score of 470 in Evidence based Reading and Writing) and overall score of 900 on the SAT. (Based on new SAT starting March, 2016)
    • MLAB – a minimum score of 76; with this option the College will also assess oral proficiency post-admission for the purpose of placement
    • Complete and pass the required American Language Academy (in Greensboro, NC) Academic English Level 5 assessment.

    Test scores must be sent directly from testing center.

    • Submit completed Affidavit of Support/Certification of Finances
    • Copy of your passport

    *The Admissions Committee reserves the right to request interviews, recommendations, grade reports or other supporting information for an applicant’s file.

     

    International Student transferring from a University with more than 24 credit hours earned: (less than 24 credit hours earned student must also submit secondary school requirements)

    • Completed online application
    • Official transcripts from all college and university course work with an official English translation and course evaluation from a NACES-approved evaluation service (naces.org) and the official transcript evaluations sent from directly from a NACES-approved agency.
    • The SpanTran transcript evaluation tool can be found by clicking here.
    • If the student has earned fewer than 24 credit hours, an official high school transcript is required. The high school transcript should include courses taken, grades received, and confirmation of degree earned with date. The transcript needs to be translated into English by an accredited verifying company. This is an impartial, third-party company.
    • Official test scores (student may choose from the following options):

    To fulfill admissions test requirements, international students must prove English proficiency in one of the following ways:

    • TOFEL – an internet-based score of 76 with minimum section scores of 18 for Reading, 18 for Listening, 20 for Speaking, and 20 for Writing
    • SAT – Satisfactory scores on the Scholastic Assessment Test. Minimum score of 470 in Evidence based Reading and Writing) and overall score of 900 on the SAT. (Based on new SAT starting March, 2016)
    • MLAB – a minimum score of 76; with this option the College will also assess oral proficiency post-admission for the purpose of placement
    • Complete and pass the required American Language Academy (in Greensboro, NC) Academic English Level 5 assessment.

    *Test scores must be send directly from testing center.

    • Submit completed Affidavit of Support/Certification of Finances forms
    • Copy of your passport

    The Admissions Committee reserves the right to request interviews, recommendations, grade reports or other supporting information for an applicant’s file.

    For questions contact Ms. Julie Schatz, Dean of Admissions, at julies@greensboro.edu.

Contact Us

PHONE NUMBER

336-217-7211

FAX NUMBER

336-378-0154

EMAIL

admissions@greensboro.edu

PHONE NUMBER

336-217-7211

FAX NUMBER

336-378-0154

EMAIL

admissions@greensboro.edu


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