We are glad you have chosen UNC Charlotte!
OASES is committed to providing assistance and support to our adult and nontraditional students. We have a variety of programs through our office designed to enhance their academic success.
- Advising- Let us help you develop your academic plan, identify interests and career goals, choose a program of study, and select academic resources that support student success! Schedule an appointment today!
- Adult Mentoring Program for Students (AMPS) - Are you in your first semester and wish you had someone to help with your questions? Do you have questions about returning to college as an adult pursuing your first undergraduate degree? Or maybe you would like to help others? Check out our peer mentoring program!
- Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society - Alpha Sigma Lambda is the oldest and largers chapter-based honor society for full and part-time adult students (membership by invitation only).
- Pinnacle Honor Society - The students who have been inducted into membership in Pinnacle represent every slice of American non-traditional higher education and community involvement (membership by invitation only).
- Scholarships - The scholarship program is one of the many programs OASES offers to nontraditional students to encourage and support their academic success.
- Workshops and Events - Meet other adult students, get information about transitioning back into the classroom and learn about the resources needed to be a successful student!
- UCOL 1010 course - College Transition Transfers (W) -3 credit hours- A writing intensive course, for adult, nontraditional and veteran students in their first semester. The class provides information on transition issues, undergraduate programs of study, academic planning, career assessments, study skills, writing improvement strategies, and academic resources on campus (offered annually spring and fall semesters).
- Greater Charlotte Consortium - The Greater Charlotte Consortium (GCC) is a cross-town course registration consortium that allows students to take classes at another consortium member institution when the class is not offered at the student's home institution. Students must be enrolled full-time at their home institutions to participate in the GCC. For additional information and a list of the participating institutions, please visit the consortium website.