The Division of Enrollment Management, led by Vice Chancellor Tina McEntire, is responsible for facilitating the recruitment, retention, and graduation of a talented and diverse student population at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Our primary focus is to design, implement, and provide the services necessary to promote student success throughout the entire student lifecycle. Enrollment Management embraces data-driven decision-making and process improvement to strategically support and enhance services and resources for students. The five departments in the Division of Enrollment Management lead with an overall mission to support the university in meeting enrollment and graduation targets and providing students with high-touch enrollment and academic support services.
Enrollment Management is committed to recruiting and graduating a student body that reflects the diversity of our community and increases access to students historically underserved in higher education. Enrollment Management and the five supporting departments believe that diversity in the student body strengthens the educational experience and that diversity among the staff is essential to our success in supporting students from all cultural, educational and economic backgrounds.
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Enrollment Fast Facts
In Fall 2022, UNCG enrolls 17,978 students in 76 baccalaureate programs, 58 master’s programs and 28 doctoral programs. The students came from all 50 states and 88 foreign countries/regions. Office of Institutional Research & Analytics (UNCG_IRA). Sept. 2022