Integrative Community Studies (ICS), also known as Beyond Academics, is a program for students with intellectual disabilities who are interested in furthering their education. Integrative Community Studies is a four-year certificate program – awarded by UNCG’s Office of the Provost – that emphasizes self-determination, life planning, and career development. Enrolled students develop a personalized college support plan to optimize their curricular and co-curricular experiences while enrolled in the program of study.
SOAR is UNC Greensboro’s new student orientation program required for all incoming undergraduates. SOAR is an interactive program designed to support students and their families as they transition into a new academic environment.
Join us fellow ICS graduates for a reception to congratulated and celebrate you time here apart of the ICS family. There will be food and drinks!
UNCG Commencement ceremony is a formal, traditional, academic exercise. The ceremony will begin with a processional of all participants, followed by greetings and speeches from academic dignitaries, the conferring of degrees, recognition of graduates as names are called, tassel turning ceremony, singing of the Alma Mater, the ringing of the University Bell, and the recessional.