UNC Charlotte is committed to ensuring that all students can fulfill their academic requirements as planned and to supporting faculty and students in this process. Please read below for initial information and be vigilant about checking your email for more details. 

The University has made the following decisions regarding classes at main campus, Center City and all face-to-face distance education: 

  • All classes will be delivered online until Thursday, October 1.

  • UNC Charlotte will begin classes as scheduled on Monday, September 7, but will delay the start of undergraduate and graduate in-person instruction for three weeks until Thursday, October 1.  

  • All instruction will begin as planned on the first day of classes, Monday, September 7, but will now be delivered online/remotely. Faculty with in-person or hybrid classes should communicate directly with their students about how instruction will take place.

  • All undergraduate classes will be suspended on September 28 and 29 to allow for new campus move-in dates and the transition to on-campus instruction.

  • Internships, clinical placements, and field experiences may continue at the discretion of the supervising entity.Program directors should communicate directly with participating students.

Student expectations during covid-19

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there are new behavioral expectations for UNC Charlotte students and student organizations. Failure to follow these expectations may constitute a violation of thCode of Student Responsibility. All students should review these behavioral expectations, along with the procedure for reporting and addressing noncompliance with those expectations.

Returning to campus

Make sure students have a cell phone on file in Banner Self Service, and their family members sign up to receive NinerAlerts and NinerNotices for any campus updates.

If students/families/employees still have questions that cannot be answered here, please submit this form with your question.

Niner Nation Needs you

Keeping Niner Nation safe and healthy takes every single one of us doing our part, together. Please be mindful to protect yourself, your fellow students and the rest of Niner Nation by following six simple steps — the 6 W’s. 

  • Wash — Your hands for 20 seconds with soap and water. 

  • Wear — A face covering any time you are around other people. 

  • Wait — Six feet away from other people at all times.

  • Wipe — Your workstation, equipment and other high-touch surfaces frequently with a sanitizing wipe. Don’t forget your cell phone!

  • Watch — Your health. Stay home if you are sick. Cover your sneezes and cough with your elbow or a tissue.

  • Wave — To greet colleagues and students or consider a pick axe sign.  Avoid handshakes.

Know your Ws