The Department of Nutrition

School of Health and Human Sciences

 Policies and Information

Financial Aid Information

Financial aid, scholarships and other monetary support may be available to UNCG DI students.  The UNCG DI program is included in the Title IV (student aid) eligibility of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.  For information on availability of financial aid and loan deferments, scholarships, stipends and other monetary support please contact the UNCG Financial Aid Office.

Pre-Select Application Process Forms (for UNCG Nutrition Graduate Students only)

Dietetic Internship Centralized Application System (DICAS) Forms (for all other applicants)


  • Following application review, highly qualified candidates will be invited for an interview to take place on Saturday, March 24, 2018.
  • Applicants selected for interview will be notified no later than March 2, 2018.  Candidates will be contacted via email or phone.
  • Interviews may be conducted in-person (strongly preferred) or via Google Hangout (requires gmail account).
  • During the interview, applicants will have the opportunity to meet and network with current UNCG interns and interview with the DI Director and at least two preceptors.
  • Only those candidates invited for an interview will have the opportunity to be ranked.


DI Handbook 2017-18  (pdf file)

UNCG 2017-2018 DI Rotation Schedule (pdf file)

Licensure Summary of Statutes for all States (pdf file)

Our placement facilities require proof of a negative Criminal Background Check (CBC) prior to beginning your placement rotations.  If you have a positive CBC for an incident of any sort that appears on your CBC, they reserve the right to refuse you placement at their facility, due to their own legal concerns regarding patient safety.  Also, an increasing number of facilities are requiring that all interns have a negative urinary drug screening test.  We have contracted with a local facility for this testing for our DI interns.  The cost to each intern is currently $43.  Again, you will need to have this done shortly before your placement is scheduled to begin and the DI Director will have to confirm to the facility site director that you have a negative drug test result in order for you to be placed at one of those facilities.  If you are not able to meet these conditions and, consequently not be placed for one or more of your required rotations, you will not be able to complete the DI program.

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