Passport News

March 2012

  • Financing your future:
    At UNC Charlotte, Financial Aid consists of grants, scholarships, loans, and student employment. If you haven't done so already, we encourage you to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine any assistance which may be available.  Include our school code on the FAFSA, so that we will receive your application. Our school code is 002975.
  • If you have questions about financial aid, visit the financial aid website for videos of frequently asked questions, or contact them with questions at (704) 687-2461 or at finaid@uncc.edu.

  • Campus Tour at UNC Charlotte!
    What is the UNC Charlotte campus like? How can transfer students get involved? Learn answers to these questions, along with other information by visiting our campus! On Thursday, March 29th, we will host Your Next Steps at UNC Charlotte information session along with a campus tour for Passport students. The program will begin at 2:30pm and last until 4:30pm. To RSVP for this event, please email Andrea Tripple at atripple@uncc.edu.
  • Wrap-Up Advising Session at CPCC
    As you near the end of your first year at CPCC and prepare to transfer to UNCC, we would like to ensure a smooth transition by requiring a Wrap-Up advising session.  You must come in for an advising session during one of the dates listed below to review your final Passport checklist. Your date will be dictated by the first letter of your last name.
  • Location:  Central High Building, Room 100 (Transfer Resource Center)

    Hours:       8 A.M. to 4:45 P.M.

    Dates: April 2nd (Mon.):  A-M                          April 3rd (Tues.):  N-Z

    If you cannot make your assigned advising date, you will need to stop by the TRC after April 3rd.  If you have any questions, feel free to email me at adam.hypes@cpcc.edu or Kelly at kelly.demarte@cpcc.edu .

  • Academic Support at UNC Charlotte:
    The University Center for Academic Excellence (UCAE) at UNC Charlotte works to promote student success through services such as one-on-one tutoring, supplemental instruction, and study skills workshops.  Some students may learn best by working one-on-one with an individual tutor, while others learn best in a group setting.  Some students may prefer to utilize tutorial software yet others will achieve success by attending supplemental instruction sessions to review complex information.  Through workshops or individual assessments, UCAE staff members help students find the learning support that works best for their individual success.  In addition, students can learn the strategies necessary for college survival, such as; test taking skills, time management, study skills, and stress and anxiety management.  Students are encouraged to begin utilizing the UCAE early in the semester.  For more information on the services offered at the University Center for Academic Excellence, please visit their website at www.ucae.uncc.edu.
  • February 2012

  • Housing Options at UNC Charlotte:
    Living on campus is an once-in-a-lifetime experience, and we encourage students to consider this option. We offer many on-campus housing options to choose from, including high-rise residence halls, suites, and apartments. If you prefer to live off-campus, this handy site offers a database of student housing options near and around the UNC Charlotte campus.
  • Need a roommate? We are putting together a mailing list for students in need of a roommate at UNC Charlotte. This list is only open to Passport students. If you would like to join, please forward your full name, email address, and intended major to Andrea Tripple at atripple@uncc.edu by Friday, February 17th. On Monday, February 20th, the contact list will only be emailed to students who signed up.

  • Friendly Reminder!
    We cannot process your UNC Charlotte fall 2012 application without your final high school and fall CPCC transcripts. Please mail all official transcripts to UNC Charlotte at the address below.
    UNC Charlotte
    Undergraduate Admissions - Cato Hall
    9201 University City Blvd
    Charlotte, NC 28223
  • Upcoming Advising at CPCC Central
    All students are required to meet with Adam or Kelly regarding summer course registration and transitioning to UNC Charlotte. Individual appointments will take place in early April at the Transfer Resource Center on the CPCC Central campus. All students will receive an email from Adam with their appointment date and time.
  • Inside UNC Charlotte to debut on WTVI-TV
  • A lively look at the University's impact on Greater Charlotte is coming to the airwaves on Sunday, Feb. 5 at 5:30 PM. Inside UNC Charlotte is the new monthly magazine show that showcases the breadth of 49er community engagement. Produced by University Communications, the program includes segments on the ways the University addresses critical national issues here at home, UNC Charlotte on the cultural scene, faculty research, and the many ways our students, faculty, staff, and alumni give back to our community. Share in the 49er pride by making this your SuperBowl pre-game show!

    January 2012

    Happy New Year! Please see our January highlights below:

  • Your UNC Charlotte fall 2012 application:
    We successfully updated your fall 2012 application and waived the application fee. If you are unable to log into your Future 49er account, please contact Andrea Tripple at atripple@uncc.edu.  Any changes to your application, like a major change, can also be directed to Andrea.
  • Transcript Reminder!
    We cannot process your UNC Charlotte fall 2012 application without your final high school and fall CPCC transcripts. Please mail all official transcripts to UNC Charlotte at the address below.
    UNC Charlotte
    Undergraduate Admissions - Cato Hall
    9201 University City Blvd
    Charlotte, NC 28223
  • 2012 MLK Celebration: Activating the Dream with New Courage
    On Tuesday, January 17th, UNC Charlotte will celebrate the life, work, and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Our community program will feature Joseph A. De Laine, Jr. His father was instrumental in the South Carolina Civil Rights Movement that led to the Briggs v. Elliot case. The event is free and will begin at 3:30 pm in McKnight Hall. A community reception immediately follows the program. For more information regarding this event and our Multicultural Resource Center, please visit http://mrc.uncc.edu