Campus Resources

 

Auxiliary Resources

  • Bookstore- Purchase textbooks, school supplies, and 49er gear at the on campus Barnes & Noble Bookstore located in the Student Union.
  • Copy and Print Services- Repros offers black & white color copies, regular & oversized printing, binding, and more. Located on the lower level of Prospector.
  • Mail & Package Services- Fully-operational Postal Contract Station, capable of services equivalent to that of a U.S. Post Office.
  • 49er Card- Your 49er card provides access to buildings on campus, campus activities & programs, athletic events & recreational facilities, the student health center, vending machines, the library, dining services, and computer labs.
  • Dining Services- A variety of retail dining locations are available across campus. Flexible meal plans are available.
  • Vending- Vending machines are placed liberally throughout campus and accept dollar bills, change, 49er Account, & a limited number of machines accept credit cards.
  • Parking Services- Purchase permits, check out the campus shuttle schedule, & view the campus parking map.

Offices with Extended Hours

 
 

FinancES

 

Frequently Used Forms 

  • Office of the Registrar - Forms- See the Registrar's Office website for information on submitting a transient study form, requesting a grade replacement, & more.
 

Health Services

  • Student Health Center- Provides primary medical care, psychiatric services, disease prevention, health education, wellness promotion & various specialty services to all registered students.
  • Immunization Requirements- View immunization forms & requirements.
  • Counseling Center- Offers individual & groups counseling services free of charge to current students.
  • Health Insurance- Waive or enroll in health insurance online. Students enrolled in six or more credit hours are required to have health insurance.
  • Collegiate Recovery Community- Supports students recovering from addictions through programming, resources, and activities that provide a pathway to both recovery and academic achievement.

 

 

Housing Resources

Off Campus Housing

The Off Campus Housing website makes searching for an apartment, townhouse, condo, or single family home easy. The Niner's Choice program gives you additional information about safety and security of complexes. 

On Campus Housing

Housing for adult students is available on campus in Witherspoon Hall. Meal plans are required for some students living on campus but not all. UNC Charlotte does not have family housing. If you are thinking about living on campus, consider applying to a housing communityGlobal Gatewayslearning communities, and the Transfer Student Community provide enhanced academic experiences for students.

  • The housing application is available year round and opens as soon as students are admitted to the university. Students interested in living on campus for fall semester should submit their application by July 1st to guarantee placement. During the application process, you will need to identify your top six choices for housing types and if you'd like to be considered for nontraditional student housing or another community. Single rooms and apartment style housing are available in BelkElmMapleMartinMiltimorePineWallis, and Witherspoon. A few additional single rooms are available in Greek Village. You will need to pay a $200 deposit to complete the housing application. 
  • Housing contracts are issued annually. Rates are listed by semester. Students graduating in December can cancel spring contracts without penalty. No fall only contracts are issued. Spring and Summer only housing is available. Students must be enrolled in at least one credit hour to be eligible for housing. If a student was enrolled for spring and are pre-registered for fall semester, they are eligible to live on campus during the summer even if not enrolled in summer classes.
 

Career Resources

Career exploration is a process, often continual, of learning about yourself and the world of work. Whether you are searching for your first career or you are an experienced job seeker considering a career change, below you will find resources to identify and explore potentially satisfying occupations and develop an effective strategy to realize your goals.
  • University Career Center offers assessments, career panels, informational interviews, job shadowing, and WCIDWAMI (What can I do with a major in...) Days  to help you explore majors and associated career options.
  • Career Assessments - OASES offers two career assessments, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and the Strong Interest Inventory (SII), which assess your personality and interests, to help you gather information about yourself to make educated career decisions. Contact us at 704-687-5104 or  AdultStudents@uncc.edu to get instructions to take the assessment(s) or for more information!
  • Internships For Adults: Don't Get Your Degree Without It - Learn about the importance of gaining real life experience from an adult student. 
  • Internships - Find career-related internships in Hire-A-Niner. Some academic departments offer academic credit for internships.
  • University Professional Internship Program (UPIP) - Explore paid on-campus internships.
  • Networking - Almost 80% of job vacancies today are never advertised. Networking is a powerful way to get your foot in the door!
  • Hire-A-Niner - Use this online job posting board with listings specifically for UNC Charlotte students, including entry-level and experienced positions.
  • Make Linkedin Work for You - Learn from these 25 tips to create your profile, build your network, and use LinkedIn as a networking tool.
  • Visit Hire-A-Niner to find out when the next career fairs and employer events are. Get directly connected with employers through career fairs and employer events offered by the University Career Center.