Greensboro, NC - Campus Details
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Greensboro, now the third largest city in North Carolina, was incorporated in 1808 as a small town of only 42 acres. Often described as a big city in a quiet, small-town environment, Greensboro is thriving with academic, cultural, sports, and recreational activities. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, N.C. A&T State University, Guilford College, Bennett College and Greensboro College all continue to foster the learning atmosphere of the city today.
The city hosts several major companies, including VF Corporation's world headquarters, plus companies such as RF Micro Devices, Syngenta and Unifi. Much of Greensboro's past is maintained in the Downtown Historic District, which includes antique shops, restaurants and city landmarks. Modern Greensboro offers an array of entertainment and cultural events and boasts several theaters, as well as its own opera and ballet companies.
The rolling green lawns of the city's numerous parks or the waters of its three lakes provide residents with many recreational and fitness activities. The Bicentennial Gardens are a longtime Greensboro favorite, with flowers and trees that bring color to the garden all year. The Greensboro Arboretum, a newer feature of the city, offers nine different plant collections within a 17-acre portion of Lindley Park. Residents and visitors who like sports can see the Greensboro Grasshoppers, a Class A Affiliate for the Florida Marlins, play ball at NewBridge Bank Park in April through September. The Wyndham Championship, one of the oldest national PGA Tour golf events, is held in Greensboro every fall at the historic Sedgefield Country Club.
The Greensboro Campus is located on a 19-acre wooded lot, just minutes from fine dining and your hotel.
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CCL's Greensboro facility is equipped with classrooms, observation rooms, a gourmet dining room, a library, meeting rooms, and our corporate offices. Please note: some facilities require advanced scheduling.
Our onsite Information Center is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All participants are welcome to peruse through available books and magazines while on campus. A copier is available in the Information Center as needed.
Upon entering the campus, stay straight towards the Visitors parking sign. Participants may park anywhere in our Visitors parking section.
Greensboro experiences all seasons. Summers are generally 80-90 degrees during the day; winters range from 30-50 degrees; spring ranges from 50-70 degrees; fall ranges from 30-70 degrees. Please check www.weatherchannel.com for a more accurate forecast. For possible cancellations due to inclement weather, please call +1 877 848 5323.