If you opt for a major outside the 2Plus agreement, you lose 2 Plus and you must be admitted as a regular transfer student, which involves filing an official transcript of the high school. You do not have to reapply. All significant changes must be approved by the accreditation body`s 2Plus coordinator. If you are interested in our 2Plus program to upgrade to UNCG, you must first meet all your AAS education requirements. (UNCG Admissions requires an official transcript indicating the diploma. With effect as of March 17, 2020, applicants can send electronic transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org.) AAS Diploma: Your credits are transferred from one course to another, unless your diploma is covered by a specific 2Plus program. These 2Plus programs are specially negotiated agreements between UNC Greensboro and some NC-Community colleges. Study options include training, economics, biology, interior architecture and modification of care at UNCG. The best choice for a fluid articulation with the university is a partner in the arts or associate in Science Degree. Applied Sciences or General Education Diplomas have different blends of general education courses, choices and main courses, which are less easy to articulate with higher education institutions. Students who graduate from applied science and general culture, but that is not the intent of these programs. Again, the joint is not as smooth as with AA and AS degrees. Questions about these policies? Please send us an email email@example.com You can send us official transcripts at any time during the registration process.
With effect as of March 17, 2020, applicants can send electronic transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that priority will be given to admitted students based on the date of application. We advise you to close your application as soon as possible in order to receive your transcript evaluation in time for advice and registration. Once your evaluation is complete, it is available on UNCGenie. The Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) is a national agreement for the transfer of credits between N.C. Community Colleges and North Carolina public universities, and aims to provide students with specific guarantees, identifying community college courses as optional subjects and defining courses tailored to the needs of primary and general education.