Flexible, Innovative Options to Earn College Credit
Students who want to earn academic credit but are not admitted to UNC Greensboro or are not in a degree-seeking program can enroll as visiting students. There are several categories of visiting students detailed below.
Undergraduate Visiting Students
Students who want to earn academic credit (up to 21 credit hours) but are not admitted to UNC Greensboro, or who are not in a degree-seeking program, can enroll as visiting students.
Please visit Undergraduate Admissions to learn more.
Graduate Visiting Students
Whether you are wishing to explore a graduate program on a part-time basis, renew a teaching licensure, strengthen your graduate application, or simply grow as a student, UNC Greensboro Graduate School welcomes you to take graduate level classes as a non-degree seeking student.
Up to nine hours can be applied to a future degree if you choose to enroll in a degree-seeking program down the road or three hours may be applied to our certificate programs.
Please visit The Graduate School to learn more.