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Undergraduate Catalog | 2023-2024 
Undergraduate Catalog | 2023-2024



Application for the Degree

Each student must make an application for their degree no later than the filing date specified in the academic calendar. The application may be submitted online through My UNC Charlotte.  The diploma and transcript will reflect the term in which all requirements were completed, and the diploma will be mailed to the student’s address of record.

Commencement Ceremonies

Students must have completed or be on track to complete their degree requirements for the term they plan to participate in the commencement ceremony. Undergraduate students who wish to attend commencement must attend the ceremony within their college.  Graduate students (including certificates) who wish to attend commencement must attend the Graduate School ceremony. All students must have a valid UNC Charlotte ID or a government issued photo ID and their UNC Charlotte ID number to participate in commencement.

Students completing their degree requirements in May participate in the May ceremony.  Students completing degrees in a summer term, as well as those completing in December, participate in the December ceremony. 

Teacher Licensure

Students who have completed degree requirements and obtained passing scores on appropriate exit tests (e.g., Principles of Teaching and Learning, Praxis II Subject Assessments) must apply for licensure through the Teacher Education Advising and Licensure (TEAL) Office in the College of Education. TEAL will process and submit application packets including Praxis scores, final transcripts, and required fees to the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI). Licenses are mailed directly to applicants by NCDPI. 

Commencement Marshals

At each Commencement ceremony, the University honors the juniors with the highest grade point averages by inviting them to serve as the marshals who lead the processions of graduates, faculty members, and the platform party. To select students for this honor, the University considers juniors who have completed 75 credit hours of degree work, enrolled full-time (12 or more credit hours per semester) during the two most recent semesters, and are able to attend the ceremony.