Preparing for college can be confusing, but we’ve got you covered. Follow these steps and you’ll be on your way to being a Greensboro College student. Remember, as soon as you know you’re ready to enroll at Greensboro College, you should submit your $200 deposit to save your spot.
Checklist for Accepted Full-Time Undergraduate Students
As an accepted student, you must take several important steps to enroll at Greensboro College. Follow this checklist to ensure you’re ready for move-in day! Remember, your Pride Page will be your “home base” as you submit your deposit and fill out the required forms to officially enroll, so be sure to hang on to the username and password you create.
1. Set up your Pride Page
Follow the directions in your acceptance packet to set up your Pride Page. You will need your student ID number, which can be found on the bottom left of your acceptance letter.
2. File your FAFSA and explore financial aid
Have you filed your FAFSA? If not, please go to FAFSA.ed.gov. FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid and is your opportunity to receive help with college expenses. File your FAFSA by March 1 for priority consideration. Be sure to add our school code to the form: 002930. For more information about financial aid, visit Financial Aid page or email the financial aid office at email@example.com.
3. Register for Accepted Student Day
All accepted students are encouraged to attend Accepted Student Day on Saturday, March 17, 2018. This is your chance to connect with future classmates, meet professors and learn about classes in your intended major, hear from financial aid, housing, and student services, and explore campus on a whole new level! Register online now.
4. Send in your deposit
To guarantee your spot in the upcoming class, we require a deposit of $200. The deposit is due on May 1, but as soon as you know you want to attend Greensboro College please let us know by submitting your deposit. You may also pay your deposit online through the Pride Page Portal.
5. Register for PAWS orientation
Offered over the summer, PAWS is a one-day orientation program for incoming students and their families. This required program is an excellent opportunity for you to meet faculty, staff, and new friends. You’ll also benefit from early advising and finalizing your course schedule for the upcoming fall semester. You will meet other incoming first-year students and Pride Leaders (Orientation Leaders), and you will gain an overall feeling of comfort and confidence before arriving for the fall semester. Dates for Summer 2018 are Fridays, June 15, June 29, July 13, and July 20. A transfer-student-only PAWS session will be held on Monday, July 23.
6. Complete a Housing/Commuter Application
Whether you intend to live on or off campus, please complete the Housing/Commuter Application and let us know your plans. This is how you make your living, eating and parking arrangements. Learn more about Residence Life at Greensboro College.
7. Access your new Greensboro.edu student email account
After May 1, you will be emailed directions to access your new Greensboro.edu student email account. Be sure to log in as soon as you can, change your password, and begin checking that email frequently for updates!
8. Take care of your health
Greensboro College is privileged to be partnered with Magnus Health to provide you greater access to your health records and enhanced service in the student health center. Once you have paid your deposit, you will be added to the Magnus health system and will receive a welcome message from Magnus to your Greensboro College email account. DO NOT DISCARD your welcome email. This email will give you log-in instructions. All students will be required to log in to Magnus, and you will be instructed to set up your password immediately. Feel free to look over all the features available in Magnus, especially the required forms.
New students are required to submit a complete immunization record and copy of your insurance card. If you have already mailed/faxed your immunization records, we will transfer them to Magnus.
All students must pay a one-time $25 health-services fee the first time you log into Magnus. This fee covers your access to the health center, including lifetime access to your medical records online through Magnus. All of your medical records, including your health history, examination notes, health chart, immunization records, test results, athletic training documentation, etc., will be available to you through your personal account with Magnus. You may access this account at any time, even after you graduate.
9. Complete Title IX training
Beginning June 1, you can complete the Title IX Sexual Misconduct and Prevention Training. Sexual Misconduct and Prevention Training is an online training program called Not Anymore that all Greensboro College students must complete, even if you are only taking classes online. It is required under Title IX of the U.S. Educational Amendments, which protect students in the U.S. from discrimination. You can complete the training from any laptop or desktop with internet access and audio capabilities. It takes about an hour and a half. Your responses are confidential. For full directions on how to complete this training, log on to your Pride Page and select the “Sexual Misconduct and Prevention” tab.
10. Complete a disability voluntary disclosure form (optional)
If you would like to obtain services for a disability, please fill out the Disability Voluntary Disclosure form on your Pride Page. This ensures that our Office of Academic Accessibility can provide needed services to help make your time here successful.
11. Submit final transcripts
Enrolling students must submit their final transcripts by Aug. 18, 2018. If you attended a community college or earned college credits during high school, please have that transcript sent to us as well.
Transcripts can be sent to:
815 W. Market St.
Greensboro, NC 27401
We also accept electronic transcripts from official transcript services including the College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC).
To contact these departments directly, please call our main Greensboro College number (336-272-7102), then use the following extensions:
First Year Experience/PAWS Orientation: 5412 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Accounts: 5205 or email email@example.com
Financial Aid: 5217 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Admissions: 5211 or email email@example.com
Registrar: 5207 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Campus Security: 5245 or email email@example.com
Residence Life: 5625 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Health Services: 5277 or email email@example.com
Title IX Services: 5496 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of Disability Support Services: 5591 or email email@example.com