The Office of Undergraduate Education at UNC Charlotte enriches the academic community by offering a broad range of initiatives promoting student success, ensuring access, and enhancing the educational experience of all students.  Through transition programs, learning communities, support for student-athletes, academic advising, career services, experiential learning, honors education, disability services, tutorial programs, and initiatives for underrepresented students, the Office of Undergraduate Education cultivates life skills critical to successful graduation and global citizenship.  Advocating for the needs of a diverse student population, the Office of Undergraduate Education utilizes an integrated student-centered approach which reinforces rigorous academic expectations and encourages student engagement from the time of enrollment through graduation. 

Please use this site to find resources to help meet your needs.  Be sure to peruse the the Office of Undergraduate Education departmental links to the left, as well as related links.

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    Prospect for Success

    Niner GPS is a comprehensive "one-stop" hub for you to explore, discover, and leverage the many academic tools, resources, and opportunities to make you successful at UNC Charlotte. Want to know more? Check out the Niner GPS brochure and phone case! Then, download the Niner GPS app as your Guide for Prospector Success. Stay connected all semester for contests and giveaways! Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @NinerGPS

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    The Learning Commons is the hub for the Learning Strategies and Instruction program of UCAE. It offers academic skill development workshops, personal academic consultations (PAC) and study space. The study space is equipped with a computer lab, a 49er card printer station, and study guides. It is a great place to hold team meetings or to catch up on your reading between classes.

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    Career Center

    Find open positions in Hire-A-Niner by searching "UPIP" in the keyword field. Each internship application requires a resume and cover letter to be submitted through Hire-A-Niner. You are encouraged to speak with your career advisor or have your application materials critiqued during University Career Center drop-in hours. You may also contact the University Career Center directly with questions.

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