Immediately following World War II, the United States experienced an urgent need for a workforce with the education necessary to meet the demands generated by the war and its technology. UNC Charlotte is one of the universities founded at that time in metropolitan areas throughout the United States to meet that need.
Major variety. That's the hallmark of UNC Charlotte's undergraduate programs, whether you're looking for your BA, BS or TBD.
Even with more than 140 graduate programs, none will feel more important than yours. Your renowned UNC Charlotte faculty is here to help you make your dream a reality.
UNC Charlotte students find opportunities to address real-world problems through engaged research.
You won't find a more enthusiastic team to roll up its sleeves and get to work on helping you make your project a success. Whether you're a Faculty Member, Industry Partner or Research Administrator who needs assistance seeking funding, conducting research, or simply developing your business, click away. We're here to help!
The University Career Center is committed to providing comprehensive, innovative services and resources for diverse populations of students, alumni, and employers that prepare UNC Charlotte graduates for the competitive global market. Through a focus on early, continuous career and professional preparation, we bridge academic knowledge and professional development. We seek campus and employer partnerships to connect students with meaningful, real-world experiences, leading to success for both UNC Charlotte alumni and the greater Charlotte community.
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
The mission of the International Student and Scholar Office is to provide information, services and programs that help international students and visiting scholars achieve their individual educational and personal goals and that foster an appreciation for a culturally diverse learning environment in the larger University community.
The ISSO staff is dedicated to helping international students and scholars meet these goals.
Our impressive residential facilities will provide you with the on campus living environment you need to support all of your collegiate endeavors. Trained residence hall and facilities staff are available around-the-clock to respond to any situations that may arise. Live-in staff members provide a web of support for students living on campus, and our maintenance and facilities staff work tirelessly to ensure that you are provided with a well-maintained and comfortable on campus home.
J. Murrey Atkins Library offers over 3.8 million volumes, including 1.2 million e-books, over 650 databases, and approximately 222,000 journals, the vast majority available electronically. The building has 285,000 square feet with 1,928 seats and 324 computers available for student use. We have approximately 1.5 million visits per year. We look forward to welcoming you soon.
The UNC Charlotte Student Health Center (SHC) provides primary medical care, disease prevention, health education, wellness promotion, and various specialty services to all registered UNC Charlotte students, regardless of the type of health insurance they carry.
While it began offering just evening classes taught in the facilities of Charlotte Central High School, the storied institution has grown into the region's preeminent research university on a beautiful, vibrant 1,000-acre campus designed to meet the needs of a new era.
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte has more than 400 student organizations to choose from, offering something for everyone.
Amazing campus with good off campus living options. Departments encourage interdisciplinary studies. Good on campus jobs but due to number of students high competition. Some courses are not as relevant as their names but it depends on personal choices. Different departments have different rules and regulations which makes things a bit difficult sometimes.
Not a really guided or interactive class. Not many professors would take efforts to get through to students.
I enjoyed the people that I met and living in the city