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Admissions Office

Coronavirus update:  As a precaution against the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19, we are available online to prospective students.  Please visit us at one of the sessions below, through a Virtual Open House or by posting a message in your applicant portal. Counselors are available virtually to answer your questions Monday-Friday.

While currently closed, our office is located on the east side of main campus, Cato Hall, second floor Download our campus map.  Visitors should park in the East Deck, Visitor Parking lot just in front of our building. 

Learn more about our campus with the Undergraduate Admissions Virtual Tour or navigate your way around with its interactive map.  The CATS LYNX Blue Line extension provides light rail service to the University’s main campus at two convenient locations: the J.W. Clay/UNC Charlotte Station and the UNC Charlotte Main Station. Join communications student Maria Rotunda as she takes us on a Charlotte neighborhood tour via light rail. 

Information Sessions

These sessions provide a general overview about admission requirements, application process, and include valuable information about standardized test requirements, funding opportunities, and financial aid.  Here's an overview of upcoming dates:

Special Online Events:  Fact Finding Q&A for Summer/Fall 2020 Prospective/Admitted Students

July 16, 2020 - 1:00 pm EST Register to Attend

Online question and answer sessions for summer and fall 2020 admitted students or applicants to get your questions answered and find out how UNC Charlotte is responding to the uncertain times that COVID-19 brings.

Application Information Sessions

1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
12:00 PM to 12:30 PM

Now That You Are Admitted Sessions

12:00 PM to 12:30 PM
1:00 PM to 1:30 PM

To register, click below or if you already have an account in our application portal, simply log in to RSVP.  Additionally, the portal  has a message board where you can post questions, an email inbox where you can view emails sent to you by Graduate Admissions, as well the ability to continue on with your application. 


Program-Specific Information Sessions

These Information Sessions are hosted by a Graduate Program Director (GPD) and are related to a specific program of study. The Graduate Program Director provides details about the academic program and general information on admission requirements, funding opportunities, and career possibilities.

Online Programs Various Various Virtual Contact for Schedule
Business Programs Various Various Virtual View Schedule
Data Science & Business Analytics/
Health Informatics & Analytics
Various Various Virtual View Schedule
Master of Social Work Various Various Virtual View Schedule