Internships and job shadowing are great ways to enhance your college education. Please visit the University Career Centerfor more information on how to take advantage of these opportunities. The Career Center also provides career testing, off campus job postings, and information on career paths available for your major.
Your assigned advisor(s) should be listed on your student record in My UNC Charlotte. You can also view your advisor through Connect. If your record does not list an advisor, you can contact your academic department of your major. If you are having difficulty reaching or communication with your advisor, please contact us.
You can schedule an appointment with your advisor through Connect, where you can see your advisor’s availability. If you do not see an advisor listed, please contact your academic department of your major.
Class registration is done through My UNC Charlotte. To register for classes log in to 49er express using your NinerNET username and password. From this location, you can view available class sections, add classes to your schedule, drop classes from your schedule, and view your schedule. Once readmitted, an advising hold is placed on a student’s account, requiring a student to meet with an advisor in their academic department before registering for courses.
All readmitted students will have an advising hold placed on their account, requiring a student to meet with an advisor from the academic department of a student’s major to discuss registration. Once a student meets with an advisor, the hold will be lifted. If it is not lifted, please contact your advisor.
Registration for the summer I, summer II, and fall semester starts in mid-March and registration for the spring semester starts the beginning of November. Students are assigned a registration appointment time based on credit hours earned, which can be accessed through My UNC Charlotte. Please view the Academic Calendar for registration deadlines
No. You must fulfill your financial obligation to the university and have your financial hold lifted by the posted application deadline in order for your application to be fully processed. If you apply for readmission, but cannot get your financial hold lifted by the application deadline of the term you applied for; your application will be withdrawn from the university and you must reapply for any future term you wish to attend. This includes submission of another readmit application and fee. Please click here to sign in to Banner Self Service and view your record for possible financial holds.
Yes. If you are in good academic standing (2.0 CGPA or higher) you can change your major. Students must meet the prerequisite requirements for declaring a major, which are listed on the Academic Plan of Study.
Your readmit application, and acceptance, is only good for the semester in which you apply. If you do not enroll, you must go through the application process again, submitting another application.
UNC Charlotte offers 80+ bachelor's degree program. Check out the Undergraduate Majors webpage for a list of the majors available.
All readmit students are former degree seeking undergraduate students of UNC Charlotte. Students that have not been enrolled for 12 consecutive months after the semester last attended at UNC Charlotte need to apply for readmission. For example, if a student attended the spring 2008 semester and did not enroll by the spring 2009 semester. For additional classifications and information, please visit Undergraduate Student Readmission Information. If you have never been an undergraduate student at UNC Charlotte, review the requirements for applying to the university as a freshman or transfer student.
Although UNC Charlotte does not offer course credit for work experience directly, a student currently enrolled at UNC Charlotte may pass a specially prepared challenge examination and receive credit for a University course without having to do the normal course work. The student contacts the program in which credit is sought to request administration of an examination. Students may also receive up to 23 semester hours of course credit through the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) developed by the College Board, which helps you receive college credit for what you already know.
In most situations your earned credits from UNC Charlotte or your transfer credit from another institution will still count towards meeting graduation requirements. If the academic program you are pursuing is an accredited program or if the course content has changed drastically from when you first took the course, you may need to retake a course to meet graduation requirements. It is ultimately up to the discretion of the academic department to determine the courses you will still need to complete to fulfill your major requirements.
Yes. You have a couple of options to do so.
The Greater Charlotte Consortium (GCC) is a cross-town course registration consortium that allows students to take classes at other consortium member institutions when the class is not offered at the student's home institution. Students must be enrolled full-time at their home institution to participate in the GCC. For additional information and a list of the participating institutions, please visit the consortium website: https://greatercharlotteconsortium.org/
UNC Online is a consortium of UNC system schools who offer online and hybrid degree options in one place. If you cannot find an online course that you need at UNC Charlotte, you may find an online course in the UNC System. Consult with an academic advisor before enrolling in a course offered by another institution.
Any student taking courses at other institutions must complete a Transient Study Form with the Office of the Registrar prior to enrolling. Students may be unable to take courses elsewhere due to university policy and must consult their Advisor and department for eligibility before doing so.
Possibly. UNC Charlotte offers online courses but not all courses are offered online. You can view course offerings at UNC Charlotte through Banner Self Service. Active UNC Charlotte students can also take courses through another institution in the UNC System. View online.northcarolina.edu for course offerings.
Possibly. UNC Charlotte offers classes in the evenings (after 5:00 PM) and on the weekends but not all courses are offered during these times. You can view course offerings for UNC Charlotte through Banner Self Service. For additional assistance, please contact the 49er Finish Program Coordinator at 704-687-5104 or email@example.com.