UNC Charlotte offers hundreds of academic choices to help you prepare for your future. Join more than 25,000 students on our beautiful campus, located in the heart of North Carolina’s largest metropolitan region, and experience a large urban research university with a small college feel.
With 86 bachelor’s degree programs, undergraduate students thrive at UNC Charlotte. Take the first step toward your UNC Charlotte education by completing an online application. Applicants who are current seniors in high school or who have earned a high school diploma (or equivalent) but have not attended college after graduation should click on the link to the right.
If you would like to make UNC Charlotte your new academic home, you’ve reached the right place. Click on the link if you are an applicant who has earned a high school diploma or GED and who has attended college for any length of time after high school.
What is the UNC Charlotte campus like? How many students are part of our Niner Nation community? Learn answers to these questions, along with other information, during your visit to our growing campus.
Are you interested in earning a second degree at UNC Charlotte? Students who earned their first degree at UNC Charlotte apply as a second degree through the Office of the Registrar and the readmission process. If your first degree was earned at another college or university, please click on the link to the right to be taken to the second degree information page.
Students from more than 80 countries enjoy personalized international student services, as well as social, cultural and professional development programs at UNC Charlotte. Click on the link if you are a non-U.S. citizen who does not hold or has not applied for U.S. permanent resident status and who wishes to pursue a bachelor's degree.
Coming back to UNC Charlotte after taking time off? Former undergraduate degree-seeking students who have not been enrolled for 12 consecutive months, or who were placed on suspension, should apply through the Office of the Registrar.
At UNC Charlotte, opportunities abound for life-long learners and individuals interested in professional development. Click on the link if you have a bachelor's degree and wish to take courses for professional or personal enrichment.
UNC Charlotte offers 80 graduate programs in a wide variety of fields and specialties. Click on the link if you have a bachelor's degree and seek a graduate certificate, a master's degree, or a doctoral degree.
UNC Charlotte offers many financial aid options to help you pay for college. Find more information about applying for financial assistance, types of aid, estimated costs, and more.
UNC Charlotte has been recognized as a leader in addressing the needs of students who are service members or military veterans. The population of service members and veterans on campus continues to grow, and the University has instituted programs and services to aid them in their transition to University life.
If you would like to learn more about UNC Charlotte or are interested in applying for admission, visit these sites to find out about housing options, how to register for classes, and UNC Charlotte’s student orientation program, SOAR.
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