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ajorsmtteIENCE om, UNC Charlore looking for.EXPERuase frUR jors to chootudy yoSE YOaeld of sfiethCHOO With so many mshaCollege of Artsand ArchitectureArchitectureArtArt EducationArt HistoryDanceDance EducationMusicPerformanceMusic EducationJazzTheatreTheatre EducationCollege of Liberal Artsand SciencesAfricana StudiesAnthropologyApplied AnthropologyBiologyCell Biology/PhysiologyEcology/Environmental BiologyMedical TechnologyMicrobiologyChemistryBiochemistryMedical TechnologyCommunication StudiesMass MediaOrganizationalCommunicationPublic AdvocacyPublic RelationsHealth CommunicationCriminal JusticeEarth SciencesEnglishFrenchGeographyCommunity and RegionalPlanningEconomic GeographyGeographic l StudiesAfrican StudiesAsian StudiesComparative StudiesEuropean StudiesJapanese StudiesLatin American StudiesMathematicsActuarial ScienceStatisticsMathematics for BusinessMeteorologyPhilosophyApplied PhilosophyTraditional PhilosophyPhysicsAstrophysicsBiomedicalOptical SciencePolitical SciencePsychologyReligious StudiesSociologySpanishBelk College of BusinessAccountingEconomicsBusiness AdministrationLiberal ArtsFinanceRisk Management andInsuranceInternational BusinessManagementEntrepreneurshipHuman ResourceManagementManagerial LeadershipManagement InformationSystemsMarketingOperations and Supply ChainManagementCollege of EducationChild and FamilyDevelopmentElementary EducationEnglish andCommunicationsMathematicsScienceSocial StudiesGlobal Studies and ForeignLanguageVisual and Performing ArtsK-12 ddle Grades EducationEnglish Language ArtsMathematicsScienceSocial StudiesSecondary EducationBiologyChemistryComprehensive ScienceComprehensive Social StudiesEarth SciencesEnglishHistoryMathematicsPhysicsSpecial EducationGeneral CurriculumAdapted CurriculumThe William States LeeCollege of EngineeringCivil sportationComputer EngineeringCommunications and SignalProcessingComputer Architecture,Software and SystemsHardware SystemsConstruction ManagementElectrical lectronic Circuit DesignMicroelectronicsOptical EngineeringPower Systems and PowerElectronicsSignal ProcessingEngineering TechnologyCivil EngineeringElectrical EngineeringFire Safety EngineeringMechanical EngineeringMotor SportsEnergySystems EngineeringCollege of Computing andInformaticsComputer ScienceSoftware and InformationSystemsInformation TechnologySpecial ProgramsInformation ScienceComputer ProgrammingComputer ArchitectureGame Design andDevelopmentCollege of Healthand Human ServicesAthletic TrainingExercise ScienceNeurodiagnostics &Sleep ScienceNursingPublic HealthRespiratory TherapySocial Work2013NOTTE ILRAHCREFSNAERDTIGUNCD TO UERREFTRANSSTNETUD S3,600Special ProgramsAfrican-American LiteratureActuarial MathematicsAmerican StudiesBiotechnologyBusiness LanguagesChildren’s Literature andChildhood StudiesCognitive ScienceFilm StudiesGerontologyHolocaust, Genocideand Human Rights StudiesHumanities, Technologyand ScienceInternational PublicRelationsIslamic StudiesJournalismJudaic StudiesLeadership StudiesMuseum ePre-OptometryPre-PharmacyPre-Physical TherapyPre-Veterinary MedicineTechnical/Professional WritingTranslatingUrban StudiesWestern Antiquityand Classical LanguagesWomen’s and Gender rtugueseRussianAir Force ROTCAerospace StudiesArmy ROTCMilitary ScienceUNC CHARLOTTEUndergraduate Admissions - Cato Hall9201 University City Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28223p: 704.687.5507 f: 704.687.1664e: admissions@uncc.edu w: admissions.uncc.edu8,000 copies of this document were produced in October 2013, at a cost of 2,265, or .28 each.22013-014FOR UNDERATEGRADUSIONADMISTHE #1 SCHOOL IN NORTH CAROLINA FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS

Quick Reference Guide:Undergraduate Admissions704-687-5507admissions.uncc.eduFinancial Aid704-687-5504finaid.uncc.eduHousing & Residence Life704-687-7501housing.uncc.eduStudent Health Center704-687-7400studenthealth.uncc.eduParent and Family Programs704-687-0341parents.uncc.eduOffice of the Registrar704-687-5505registrar.uncc.eduStudent Computing704-687-5500labs.uncc.eduOffice of Disability Services704-687-4355ds.uncc.eduOrientation (SOAR)704-687-2375soar.uncc.eduOfc. of Adult Stud. & Eve. Svcs. (OASES) 704-687-2596oases.uncc.eduAux. Services (meal plans/parking)704-687-7333aux.uncc.eduStudent e of Liberal Arts & Sciences704-687-0088clas.uncc.eduCollege of Arts & Architecture704-687-4841coaa.uncc.eduCollege of Business704-687-7577belkcollege.uncc.eduCollege of Education704-687-8722education.uncc.eduCollege of Engineering704-687-8244coe.uncc.eduCollege of Computing & Informatics704-687-8450cci.uncc.eduCollege of Health & Human Services 704-687-8374health.uncc.eduUniversity College704-687-5630ucol.uncc.eduUniversity Career Center704-687-0795career.uncc.eduUniversity Advising Center704-687-7717advising.uncc.eduUniversity ng made simple.Dear Future 49er:UNC Charlotte is proud of the fact that we enroll more transfer students than anyother North Carolina public institution.As a transfer student at UNC Charlotte, you’ll find a supportive community that’scommitted to helping you succeed. More than 3,600 transfer students enter theUniversity each year, so we understand the challenges you face.This transfer guide will outline the application process and give you instructionson how to access our Online Transfer Credit Advisor. With this, you will be able toview how your courses will transfer, before you even apply.We look forward to assisting you in your pursuit of a better future!Sincerely,Undergraduate AdmissionsDid youknow?You can take an interactive virtual tour of campusat virtualtour.uncc.edu.

Visiting Campus:Plan your visit now and discover all that UNC Charlotte has to offer. We look forwardto showcasing our quality academic programs, modern campus facilities, and activestudent life. Your exciting future as a 49er begins with your first visit!TRANSFER INFORMATION SESSIONS & CAMPUS TOURS:Thursday Afternoons*The Transfer Thursday information session and optional campus tour willinclude an overview of the transfer process in a group presentation by a TransferAdmissions counselor, and an optional campus tour led by a current UNCCharlotte student. The information session will last approximately 30 minutes,and the campus tour will last about 60 minutes. General information sessionsare offered Mondays through Fridays and select Saturdays. Visit admissions.uncc.edu/visit for available dates and times.Step 1:Visit our website for the most up-to-date information ontransferring to UNC Charlotte.admissions.uncc.edu*Reservations are required. To register for an available tour date and time, log in to your Future 49er Webportal at admissions.uncc.edu.Here you will find:»» Admission requirements and deadlinesEXPLORE UNC CHARLOTTE OPEN HOUSE:»» Application for admissionExplore UNC Charlotte during one of our SaturdayOpen House programs, held four times per year.»» Transfer guides for specific programsView admissions.uncc.edu/visit/open-housesfor upcoming Open House dates.»» Tuition and feesReservations are required. Register online by logging in to your Future 49er Web portal at admissions.uncc.edu.»» Housing informationDid youknow?UNC Charlotte has a total enrollment of 26,584 students.»» Transfer credit advisor»» Financial aid information and deadlinesUSE THIS STEP BY STEP GUIDE FOR YOURSUCCESSFUL TRANSFER TO UNC CHARLOTTE

Step 2:TheTransfer Credit Advisor is an online database of courses thathave transferred from other colleges and universities across the country.admissions.uncc.edu/transfersStep 3:Check to make sure you meet theseTransfer Admission Requirements:For students under the age of 24 at the time of enrollment at UNC Charlotte:»» Must have met these Minimum Course Requirements and have passed thefollowing high school classes:»» 4 units of English»» 4 units of math, which include Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and anadvanced math»» 3 units of science (biological science, physical science and a science witha lab)»» 2 units of social studies including one unit of US History»» 2 units of the same foreign language»» 24 transferable semester hours from a regionally accredited institution. If youhave less than 24 transferable hours you must meet freshman high school GPAand SAT/ACT requirements for admission.»» 2.0 cumulative college GPA for all courses as calculated by the UNC CharlotteUndergraduate Admissions Office.For students who do not meet the Minimum Course Requirements, please contact theUNC Charlotte Admissions Office for more information.»» Familiarize yourself with the capabilities of our innovative Transfer CreditAdvisor. This online system allows you to view all of the course creditsthat have been transferred to UNC Charlotte from other institutions.»» Once you apply, we will officially evaluate your transfer course credit andyou will receive an official transfer credit report with your admissionsdecision.one more way we are here for you!Did youknow?UNC Charlotte has been named one of the “Top 10 NationalUp-and-Coming Universities” by U.S. News & World Report.For students 24 years or older at the time of enrollment at UNC Charlotte:»» 24 transferable semester hours from a regionally accredited institution.»» 2.0 cumulative college GPA for all courses as calculated by the UNC CharlotteUndergraduate Admissions Office.ADDITIONAL INFORMATION»» Some majors at UNC Charlotte are competitive and have additional requirements.Please view admissions.uncc.edu/transfers/transfer-guides to gather requirementsspecific to your major.»» Transfer admissions requirements are subject to change without notice. Checkour website for the most up-to-date information.Did youknow?UNC Charlotte Nursing graduates passed theNursing Boards with a 96% pass rate.

Step 4:Apply online.admissions.uncc.edu/transfersGet started by creating a Future 49er Web Account. In this portal, you can:»» Apply for Admission»» Pay your application feeTo complete your application, you must:»» Submit your official high school transcript»» Submit your official transcripts from all colleges attended(even if you only attended for a summer term)Suggested application dates for transfer students:ADDITIONAL INFORMATION»» Students applying to the nursing, art, or architecture programs will have separateapplication deadlines. We encourage you to gather department specific informationon their websites at nursing.uncc.edu and coaa.uncc.edu.»» Students who have attended high school or college outside of the U.S. must haveforeign transcripts translated and evaluated by an accredited credential service.Please view our website for a listing of preferred accredited agencies.»» Check our website for the most up-to-date information about application deadlinesand policies.Did youknow?The City of Charlotte is ranked 9th nationally in the numberof Fortune 500 companies headquartered within the city.TermSuggested*** Application*Application Date DeadlineCompletion**DeadineTermBeginsFallMarch 15 June 1July 1AugustSpringSeptember 6 Nov 15Dec 15January1st SummerJanuary 1 May 1May2nd SummerJanuary 1 June 1July* Application and payment of application fee must be received by the date shown for each term.** All required transcripts and documents must be submitted by this date.*** Students applying for our architecture, art, or nursing programs should apply early as these programs haveseparate application deadlines. You are encouraged to visit their websites to gather more information regardingthese deadlines.Did youknow?Five UNC Charlotte alumni were recognized by the “Top 40Under 40” list published by the Charlotte Business Journal.

Step 5:Consider your education tuition and fees:Arrange for Financial Aid.Information on direct costs, as well as thoughtful planning by families, can be helpfulin dealing with this essential part of your college experience.Financial Aid is primarily in the form of student and parent loans plus Pell GrantsTuition and fees are billed by the semester for fall and spring terms and by credithour for summer terms. Twelve or more credit hours are considered full-time forundergraduate students.for lower-income families. We encourage you to complete the Free Application forFederal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine any assistance which may be available.You can complete the online application by visiting www.fafsa.ed.gov as early asJanuary 1st. Please be sure to include our school code on the FAFSA so that we willreceive your application. Our school code is 002975. The priority date for applyingfor Fall is March 1st.2012-2013 Undergraduate Tuition and Fees per Semester*:0 - 5 Credits6 - 8 Credits9 - 11 Credits12 CreditsThe Office of Student Financial Aid is available to assist you. They can provideNC Resident 849.15 1,634.50 2,613.25 3,053.50information and advice concerning federal and state loans, grants, and part-timeNon-NC Resident 2,415.40 4,766.75 7,311.75 9,318.00employment. We encourage you to visit their website at finaid.uncc.edu or call(704) 687-5504.Average estimated costs for housing & meals, living on campus: 7,900- 9,800(price varies depending on residence hall)ScholarshipsEstimated costs for books: 1,200 per yearThe Office of Student Financial Aid maintainsVehicle parking pass: 450 per yearStudents have the option to enroll in a UNC Charlotte Payment Plan each fall andspring term to spread out your tuition and fees, on-campus housing and dining,and other charges billed to your student account into several smaller paymentsthat best meets your needs. More information is available at: finance.uncc.edu/studentsparents.a scholarship search database to help studentslocate and apply for scholarships on campus.Please review the database carefully, asapplication guidelines, deadlines and awardofferings will vary between scholarships. Thescholarship search database is located onlineat finaid.uncc.edu/scholarship-search.*For more specific or updated tuition information, please accounts/tuition-and-fees.Did youknow?UNC Charlotte is located on about 1,000 acres of land,and has more than 80 buildings.Did youknow?There are more than 100,000 living UNC Charlotte Alumni.

Next steps:Next steps after being admittedFrequently asked questionsto UNC Charlotte.After being admitted to UNC Charlotte, you will receive an acceptance packetproviding you with valuable information that will guide you through the registrationprocess. This packet will contain your UNC Charlotte student ID number whichyou will need to complete the next steps:»» View your Transfer Credit Report online in your Future 49er Web Portal. YourTransfer Credit Report will be available when you are admitted to show exactlywhich courses transferred to UNC Charlotte and the credits that you receivedfor those courses. After you log in, click on Check Status, My Application,then Transfer Credit Report.»» Please be sure to send updated transcripts if you complete courses afterbeing admitted. This will ensure that you have the most up-to-date transfercredit evaluation possible when classes start.»» Attend Transfer Student, Orientation, Advising, and Registration (SOAR). Theone-day Transfer SOAR program is designed to assist you with your transitionto UNC Charlotte. At Transfer SOAR, you will meet with an academic advisorfrom your major to plan your class schedule. You will also take any necessaryplacement exams, buy books, obtain your student ID card, purchase yourparking permit, etc. Most importantly, you will register for your classes atSOAR. After you have been admitted, visit soar.uncc.edu to sign up for atransfer SOAR date that is convenient for you.»» 49er Express (express.uncc.edu) provides students easy access to a numberof services - accessing student email, registering for classes, checking statusof financial aid, checking grades, receiving announcements, and viewing yourtuition bill.»» Immunization records: NC state law requires that students submit a certificateof immunization prior to enrollment. Get your form at studenthealth.uncc.edu.»» Housing: If you are planning to live on campus please visit housing.uncc.edufor a list of housing options and the housing application.Did youknow?In 2013, we awarded financial aid to more than24,000 students.How do I send my transcripts?You are responsible for contacting each of the schools you previously attendedto request that an official transcript be sent to the UNC Charlotte AdmissionsOffice. You should monitor the status of your application and receipt of supportingdocuments via the Future 49er Web Portal.When can I register for classes?New students will register for classes during SOAR. You will be unable to register forclasses until you have attended one of the transfer SOAR sessions.How do I know who my advisor is?You will initially be advised at SOAR by an academic advisor in your department.After SOAR, the college to which you are admitted may assign a different academicadvisor to you.Can I park on campus?Yes, all students are able to park on campus. You will purchase a parking stickerfrom Parking Services or online at pats.uncc.edu. UNC Charlotte offers residentpermits for students who live on campus and commuter permits for students whodo not live on campus.Is on campus housing available to transfer students?Transfer students are allowed and encouraged to live on campus. We offer severalhousing options to choose from: high-rise residence halls, suites, and apartments.We encourage you to apply for housing as soon as you have been accepted to theuniversity at housing.uncc.edu. If you would rather live off campus, you may findthis website helpful for your search: offcampushousing.uncc.eduAm I required to have a computer?Only Engineering and School of Architecture students are required to have a computer,although all students would benefit from owning their own computers for projectsranging from typing papers to recording videos and watching lectures. The NinerTechComputer Store, located in the Student Union, offers discounts to newly admittedstudents on computers, software, and accessories: ninertech.comDid youknow?More than 3,600 students transferred toUNC Charlotte in 2013.

UNC Charlotte campus 56053631Susie 17NorthDeck5455624451685843634aVan LandinghamGlen484115East Deck 1East Deck 2East Deck 3To I-485ACADEMIC BUILDINGS4a161768384252328577245359Atkins LibraryBarnardBelk GymBioinformaticsBursonCameron HallCollege of EducationColvardDennyDuke Centennial 2411056Grigg HallHealth & Human ServicesKulwicki LaboratoryMacyMcEniryMemorial HallMotorsports ResearchPORTALRobinson HallRoweSmithStorrsWinninghamWoodward HallSERVICES/PLACES OF INTERESTGeneral39 Auxiliary Services Building46 Barnhardt- Student Activity Center- Halton Arena5 Cone University Center4b Counseling Center55a Facilities Management23 Facilities OperationsParking Services67 Hayes Stadium37 McMillan Greenhouse49 Miltimore-Wallis Center55b Police65 Student Health CenterDining Services31 Cafeteria Activities Bldg34 Prospector29 Residence Dining Hall82 South Village Dining69 Student UnionCAMPUS HOUSINGAdministration48 Cato Hall- Admissions1 Kennedy11 King- Registrar36 Reese- Financial Aid- Student AccountsPlaces of InterestSusie Harwood GardenVan Landingham Glen13 Belk Tower77 Halton Wagner Complex64 Harris Alumni Center44 Irwin Belk Track & Field15 Niner House14 Receiving/Stores79 Richardson Stadium78 Rose Football Center43 Wells Fargo Field House562535543560538536504563546542Belk HallCedar HallElm HallGreek VillageHawthorn HallHickory HallHolshouser HallHunt HallLynch HallMaple Hall564561501540541502503537545544Martin HallMiltimore HallMoore HallOak HallPine HallSanford HallScott HallSycamore HallWallis HallWitherspoon HallTake a Virtual Tour Online!virtualtour.uncc.eduSearch for campus buildingsand departments, and viewphotos and descriptions!

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Housing & Residence Life 704-687-7501 housing.uncc.edu Student Health Center 704-687-7400 studenthealth.uncc.edu Parent and Family Programs 704-687-0341 parents.uncc.edu Office of the Registrar 704-687-5505 registrar.uncc.edu Student Computing 704-687-5500 labs.uncc.edu Office of Disability Services 704-687-4355 ds.uncc.edu

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