Students and Families
Exams will be rescheduled as necessary if adverse winter weather conditions warrant it. More information will be provided directly to you via your UNC Charlotte email address and through text message if there is a change in operating condition.
- Saturday evening exams: Saturday evening exams are rescheduled. Exams scheduled to begin at 6 or 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8, will move to the same time on Wednesday, Dec. 12. The University will provide additional information to those affected in a message to UNC Charlotte email accounts.
- Monday Exams: Exams before 2 p.m. Monday, Dec. 10 are scheduled to the same time and locations on Friday, Dec. 14. Exams at 2 p.m. or later Monday, Dec. 10 will continue as planned.
- Tuesday Exams: Exams scheduled for 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 11, have been moved to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 11. All other exams will continue as scheduled. Note: All exams scheduled for Center City will continue as scheduled.
Additional information will be shared with affected students and faculty by the University. Please monitor your UNC Charlotte email account. Additionally, the new exam schedule is available online.
It is the policy of UNC Charlotte that students having three examinations on the same day should be allowed to reschedule the middle examination. Students with two examinations scheduled at the same time on the same day should be allowed to reschedule one of the examinations by first contacting their instructors and then documenting the change on the Final Examination Conflict Form. When a conflict occurs that involves a common exam, priority should be given to the common exam to remain at its scheduled time.
If you have a conflict with a scheduled exam, please contact your course instructor to discuss possible accommodations.
Faculty and Staff
No. Consult with your department chair and ensure compliance to University Policy 202 regarding final examinations. Students having three examinations on the same day or two examinations scheduled at the same time should be allowed to reschedule by contacting instructors directly. Adjustments to such conflicts should be documented on the Final Examination Conflict Form. In the event that a conflict involves a common exam, every effort should be made to allow the student to take the common exam at the scheduled time.