Review of UNCG’s Second Live Broadcast

Captured is an image of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s Mary Foust Hall. The Mary Foust residence hall is where the live broadcasting took place and where they showcased the living space. (Photo courtesy of Cierra Short)

Previously, I composed a review of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s social media live broadcasting that occured on January 23. . The live broadcasting also hosted another Q&A to answer any questions students had concerning their university.

This time around, UNCG provided a live broadcast about their housing and dorm life. Oftentimes, students apply to colleges but aren’t able to visit them all. Sure, some colleges provide virtual tours on their website, but in my opinion, a live broadcasting loaded with information from direct sources is an excellent way to reach students.

As a rising college student, residence halls and dorm rooms in general are a huge factor to me when it comes time to choose. In my opinion living spaces are important and can dictate my perception about the college.

During the live broadcast, UNCG showcased the “Mary” residence hall. After the live tour of the residence hall, their “housing experts” gave valuable information concerning about housing applications. They conversed on how to apply and later gave tips on choosing your roommate. After the discussion about dorming and roommate selection, they opened the live broadcasting for any questions.

In my opinion, the live broadcasting was a huge success. A lot of questions I found myself concerned with came up, and I feel even more comfortable in my decision in choosing UNCG. I also appreciate that the housing and admission counselors take the time out of their day to answer questions in a way to reach students as well as the parents.

If you have interest in watching the live broadcasting or the University of North Carolina at Greensboro college, I recommend clicking the link below that will take you directly to the Facebook live after signing on.


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