Applications for admission are reviewed when all required credentials are received. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Official transcripts must be received for the application to be reviewed. The review focuses on the academic history of the applicant and considers all relevant factors. The intent of the University is to offer admission to applicants whose credentials indicate a strong likelihood for success in their selected curricula. It is not possible to accommodate all the applicants who meet the minimum criteria, and some programs select the best qualified from those meeting the minimum requirements.
By delegation from the Chancellor, the Admissions Advisory Committee has the authority to grant limited exceptions to the standard entrance requirements set forth in this Catalog and prescribed by the University of North Carolina Board of Governors policies. Exceptions for student-athletes are made by the Chancellor after review and recommendation by the Director of Athletics, the Faculty Athletics Representative, and the Athletic Academic Center under the direction of the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. Notification of the admissions decision is available as soon as the decision is made. Some programs have special admissions processes and may follow alternate timelines.
Students planning to live on campus should complete the online housing form at housing.charlotte.edu after they receive confirmation of their acceptance in the mail.
Information about undergraduate programs is available from:
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Gage Undergraduate Admissions and Visitors Center
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
9201 University City Boulevard
Charlotte, North Carolina 28223-0001
International students should contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions by telephone at 704-687- 5507, by fax at 704-687-1664, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The primary focus is the admission of students on non-immigrant visas. Undergraduate Admissions processes applications, evaluates credentials, makes admissions decisions, and serves as consultant to prospective students, academic advisors, sponsors, and agencies representing international students and departments. When students are admitted, Undergraduate Admissions provides documentation to the International Student/Scholar Office for Immigration purposes. Application forms and additional information are available online at admissions.charlotte.edu/international.