Niner Nation Cares Website
The University recently 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.
Information on course delivery, tuition and fees, study abroad, academic support options, and academic schedules, among other information, can be found on the Niner Nation Cares website.
Information about textbooks can be found on the Auxiliary Services website.
Return-to-campus packets and face coverings
When classes resume in the fall, everyone will be expected to wear a face covering that covers your nose and mouth whenever you are indoors on the University’s campus, including The Dubois Center at UNC Charlotte Center City, unless you are alone in a personal space. Masks should meet CDC guidelines. Before the start of classes, the University will provide return-to-campus packets to all faculty, staff and students that contain reusable and disposable face coverings, hand sanitizer and other items. Disposable face coverings will also be available in campus vending machines. Stay tuned for more information.
Fall FAQs now available
We know you have many questions as you prepare to return to campus in the fall. We have started a fall semester FAQ on the Niner Nation Cares website, and we will continue to add more answers as we have them. As we get closer to the start of classes, the Niner Nation Cares website will become a centralized source for the latest information. We are committed to keeping you updated, and we will provide more complete return-to-campus guidance to you no later than mid-July.
Additional information on the changes to Administrative Leave can be found in the May 28 HR Message.
The UNC System Office recently 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that affects leave provisions and Administrative Leave COVID-19 effective June 1, 2020, and continuing until revised or rescinded.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 includes two types of leave that apply to the University and provide paid leave benefits to eligible University employees. This regulation is effective April 1, 2020, and expires December 31, 2020. More information and resources are available on HR’s FFCRA webpage.
Most campus services are operating in a 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.
Camps -- All in-person camps at UNC Charlotte scheduled for July and August have been canceled. Any camps that can transition to an online or remote delivery may continue.
Events and Conferences -- All other events and conferences at UNC Charlotte and those sponsored by the University at off-campus locations are canceled through July 31.
Check Out New Virtual Resources -- Including Virtual Events
Navigating a new virtual approach to life and education is a big change. To help students successfully manage this changing landscape, Student Affairs recently launched go.uncc.edu/virtual to provide virtual resources from different areas of the University and the community related to wellness, counseling, learning and fun, including a list of virtual events from the Campus Events web calendar.
Visit the commencement website for more information and up-to-date information.
Parking permits for the 2020-21 academic year will be available for purchase through UNCC MyPark beginning Aug. 1. Permits are valid beginning Aug. 15. Be sure to purchase a permit before returning to campus.
Starting July 6, parking will operate in a Level 3 status. Parking will only be enforced in restricted areas, such as reserved spaces and ADA. View all of PaTS modified services.
Information and allocation specifications can be found on the Niner Nation Cares website.
Most buildings will remain on swipe access from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, which means a 49er ID card will be required to enter buildings. This excludes the Student Health Center, Student Union, Facilities Operations and Parking Services (FOPS), Cato, Prospector, Auxiliary Services and the Facilities Management and Police and Public Safety building (FM-PPS). All buildings are in normal (locked) conditions from 6 p.m. until 6 a.m., Monday through Friday, and all day Saturday and Sunday. Faculty and staff who have already secured swipe access to a building will remain able to access that building during the normal locked conditions.
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.
NinerNotices: We will send notices as more information becomes available.
This page was last updated on Thursday, July 2, 2020.