Resources for Students
The Office of Adult Students and Evening Services (OASES) assists in recruiting and retaining a diverse, adult student population. We advise students and offer services for prospective and enrolled adult, evening and weekend students.
Office of Multicultural Academic Services
Multicultural Academic Services consists of a variety of distinct programs to provide academic support services that foster the recruitment, retention, and graduation of students, especially underrepresented students at UNC Charlotte. Services include academic advising, academic issues workshops, peer counseling and tutoring. MAS is committed to assisting undergraduate and graduate students, with emphasis on students from traditionally underrepresented populations in the awareness and availability of academic support services that aid in retention and graduation from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Multicultural Resource Center
The Multicultural Resource Center offers a host of multicultural programs providing expanded learning opportunities for students while honoring the unique diversity present at UNC Charlotte and the greater Charlotte community. A listing of all events can be found on the MRC Web Calendar. The MRC offers programs in the areas of: History & Heritage, Religion & Spirituality, and Sex & Gender.
Multicultural Student Organizations
The Multicultural Resource Center maintains a list of registered student organizations which are based on various cultural, racial/ethnic, gender, sexual, and religious/spiritual groups and identities.
Noble Niner Institute
Religious and Spiritual Life
Religious & Spiritual Life (RSL), a sub unit of the Multicultural Resource Center, serves as a liaison for faith related matters within the University community. Additionally, RSL assists in the holistic development of UNC Charlotte students by providing avenues to explore religious and spiritual identity and expression. Through dialogues, workshops, programming, and student organizational support, RSL promotes personal growth, mutual understanding, and a healthy, engaged community.
Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students Office is a department within the Division of Student Affairs and serves as a key link between students and other areas of campus life. Various programs are sponsored by the Dean of Students Office to promote opportunities for learning and growth during a student's college experience. The staff is responsible for advising and promoting the following programs and services: Fraternity and Sorority Life, Minority Student Support Services, New Student Orientation, Off-Campus and Volunteer Outreach, Women's Programs, Latino Student Services, Student Conduct, Veteran Student Services, and Parent and Family Services.
Latino Student Services
The Latino Student Services Office seeks to provide a safe inclusive space where Latina/o students can build community, strive for academic and social success through peer to peer connections, as well as through staff support and advocacy. We provide family members of Latina/o students with bi-lingual resources and support. The Latino Student Services Office (LSSO) engages with the Charlotte Latina/o community by collaborating with various community organizations to promote college access and awareness.
Assists and advocate for the needs of UNC Charlotte’s under-represented populations. Through collaboration with a variety of offices on campus, the program focuses specifically on academic support, mentoring, social networking, ethnic and cultural development, leadership development, and personal growth.
Veteran Student Services
The mission of Veteran Student Services is the successful transition and retention of veteran students through outreach and advocacy. Veteran Student Services strives to be a one-stop-shop for students utilizing VA benefits as well as any student with prior US military service.
The Office of Women's Programs within the Dean of Students Office strives to promote understanding, raise awareness, and address the needs of women on UNC Charlotte's campus by offering a variety of programs to students, faculty and staff. Vagina Monologues, Take Back the Night, and the Domestic Violence Exhibit.
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is committed to diversity, nondiscrimination and inclusiveness, and to supporting its students, regardless of religious affiliation or non-affiliation, in accordance with state and federal laws and regulations. As part of this commitment, the University makes good faith efforts to accommodate a student’s religious practice or belief, unless such accommodation would create undue hardship.
Graduate Student Ombudsman
An Ombudsperson is available in the Center for Graduate Life. The Ombudsman will listen to a student's concerns and provide confidential advice, when appropriate, which may include referring students to existing resources.