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Greek & Latin Course Exchange

The Greek and Latin Exchange was started in 2013 so that students across the University of North Carolina system would have access to a broader array of Ancient Greek and Latin language courses.



Classes listed as Face-to-Face in ANY of the Exchanges are actually held via video conferencing.  You can attend from your HOME campus.

Students will benefit from the variety of course offerings and from exposure to faculty from UNC institutions across the state, including Appalachian State University, East Carolina University, NC State University, UNC Asheville, UNC Charlotte, UNC Greensboro, and UNC Wilmington.

The Greek and Latin Exchange will offer lower and upper-level courses both in Ancient Greek (Attic) and Latin.

Most courses will be offered through our interconnection of distance-learning classrooms which are linked by audio and video technology. Students may also link into these classrooms via their home computer and fully participate in the courses. Students can access the courses offered each semester through this site by clicking on the Courses tab in the Greek and Latin Course Exchange bar.

Students interested in taking classes in the exchange should check with their advisor and the home campus department chair and review the information on the Guidelines page.