Student and Family Information


Niner Nation Cares Website

The University launched NinerNationCares.uncc.edu, a care portal to make navigating these uncertain times a little easier. Alumni Affairs has also created a site with centralized resources for alumni.

Student Employees

Additional information on the changes to Administrative Leave can be found in these HR Messages.

The UNC System Office issued additional guidance that affects leave provisions and Administrative Leave COVID-19 effective June 1, 2020, and continuing until revised or rescinded. Under these revisions, temporary and student workers will no longer be eligible for administrative leave and will only be paid for hours worked, either onsite or teleworking. If any of the FFCRA qualifying events apply, temporary and student workers may be eligible for leave under that provision. Refer to the FFCRA website for more details.

Families First Coronavirus Response Act 

The federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) was enacted to address the impact of COVID-19 in the United States. This regulation expired on December 31, 2020.

Campus Services

Campus services are operating in either an in-person or virtual capacity. To find more information on specific areas, offices and services of the University, visit the respective area's webpages for hours of operation and other changes.

Other Important Information

Spring COVID-19 entry testing

The University is requiring COVID-19 re-entry and mitigation testing for students, faculty and staff living, learning and working on campus for the spring 2021 semester. More information can be found on the Niner Nation Cares website.

CARES Act

Information and allocation specifications can be found on the Niner Nation Cares website.

Building Access

Many campus buildings are now on swipe access, meaning a 49er ID card will be necessary to enter during business hours.

​Emergency Fund for Students

The UNC Charlotte Emergency Fund helps current students by providing financial support when they need assistance with unexpected, unforeseen, and unavoidable emergency expenses, including pandemics. Please consider donating online.
The Demond ‘97 and Kia ‘98 Martin Foundation matched dollar-for-dollar gifts made to the Emergency Fund up to $100,000. 

Stay Informed

The University is committed to keeping the campus community updated during this rapidly evolving situation.
 
  • NinerNotices: We will send notices as more information becomes available.

  • Website: We will continue to keep the Emergency Management website and FAQs updated with the latest information. Check these resources often. 

  • Social Media: We will communicate with you on social media via the NinerAlerts Twitter and Facebook accounts and the University’s main Twitter and Facebook accounts.