Campus Resources

  • Office of Identity, Equity, and Engagement (IEE) - The mission of the office is to provide students with an affirming and equitable environment committed to fostering a campus community that celebrates and supports the expansion of identities through holistic development, education, and intentional engagement.

  • Office of Diversity and Inclusion - Devoted to guiding our campus toward inclusive excellence by developing and supporting programs and initiatives that enhance the capability, build community and leverage diversity and inclusion to guide innovation in education, training, research, practice, and service to help everyone thrive in their academic and professional careers. ODI is led by Associate Vice Chancellor, Dr. Brandon L. Wolfe, who sits on the Chancellor’s Cabinet.

  • Office of Disability Services - The Office of Disability Services works to ensure that students with disabilities have access to education and campus life at UNC Charlotte. Through collaboration with the institution’s diverse community, Disability Services facilitates accommodations, discourse, and engagement to promote a universally accessible learning environment for all.

  • Dean of Students Office - Through dedicated, passionate, and knowledgeable staff the Dean of Students Office provides guidance and advocacy for students. The Dean of Students Office empowers independent thinking and problem-solving skills; exposes students to diverse perspectives; encourages personal accountability; and cultivates civility and citizenship.

  • Veteran Services Office - The mission of the Veteran Services Office is to continue the institution’s founding purpose of serving North Carolina’s military-affiliated students.  The Veteran Services Office accomplishes this by facilitating educational opportunities while consistently providing outstanding customer service.  By continually striving for the success of our students, the Veteran Services Office helps enrich their lives while building a strong sense of community among UNC Charlotte students.

  • International Student and Scholar Office - The mission of the International Student and Scholar Office is to provide information, services, and programs that help international students and visiting scholars achieve their individual educational and personal goals and that foster an appreciation for a culturally diverse learning environment in the larger University community.

  • Center for Wellness Promotion - The mission of the Center for Wellness Promotion is to educate and empower students in establishing and maintaining healthier behaviors.  This is done through workshops and events, campus-wide wellness promotion initiatives, and individual consultations on issues that affect students’ health, well-being, and safety, including alcohol and other drug use and recovery, sexual health, sexual assault, and relationship violence, and a variety of other wellness topics.

  • Office of Disability Services Student Services - UNC Charlotte students who plan to request accommodations must complete a registration appointment with the Office of Disability Services. Find instructions to register for disability services at the Office of Disability Service's website. 

  • Trans at UNC Charlotte - The purpose of this website is to provide basic information, policies, and support resources for trans students on UNC Charlotte's campus. This initiative is a campus-wide partnership operated out of the Office of Identity, Equity, and Engagement.

  • Assistive Technology on Campus - There are several locations on campus, other than the Office of Disability Services, where assistive technology can be accessed. Find a list of locations where assistive technology can be accessed on the Office of Disability Service's website. 

  • Bias Advisory Resource Team (BART) - The Bias Advisory Resource Team (BART) at UNC Charlotte provides an avenue for students and faculty/staff to report instances where bias(es) may inhibit them from experiencing such a community.  Students and faculty/staff who have experienced a bias-related incident, or who have witnessed a bias-related incident, may REPORT the incident to BART. BART provides support to students and faculty/staff adversely impacted by those experiences and connects them to resources on campus.

  • Friendly Peer Training -  The Friendly Peer Training Program provides introductory information about the queer and trans community. The goal is for students to walk away with a better understanding of the queer and trans population, find resources on campus for queer and trans students, and ultimately learn ways to be better, more friendly peers. All undergraduate and graduate students are welcome. 

  • All Gender Restrooms - If you see an “All Gender Restroom” sign, it means the restroom is a single-stall restroom that is for use by anyone on campus, across gender identity, and can be locked to prevent anyone else from entering. Some of these restrooms also have a changing station for individuals caring for infants and children. The presence of a changing station is denoted by an additional sign. 

  • Religious Accommodations - As part of our commitment to diversity, the University makes good faith efforts to accommodate a student’s religious practice or belief, unless such accommodation would create undue hardship. Students seeking accommodations for class attendance or academic assignments, due to a religious observance should submit the Request for Religious Accommodation Form and contact instructors in advance with such requests

  • Graduate School Ombudsman - The Ombudsman for the Graduate School is a faculty member who helps graduate students and members of the Graduate School community navigate and manage conflict constructively. The Ombuds is an advocate for fairness who listens to graduate students’ concerns and helps students achieve a greater understanding of the problem and possible solutions and looks for information and resources applicable to the situation.

  • Multicultural Postdoctoral Fellowship Program - A program for the appointment of multicultural postdoctoral researchers for two years. The purpose of the Program is to develop scholars from underrepresented groups for possible tenure track appointments at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and other research universities. Postdoctoral scholars will be engaged full-time in research, are required to be in residence each semester, and may teach only one course per fiscal year. 

  •  University Ombuds - The University Ombuds helps graduate students and members of the Graduate School community navigate and manage conflict in a constructive way. The ombuds is an advocate for fairness who listens to graduate students’ concerns and helps students achieve a greater understanding of the problem and possible solutions, and looks for information and resources applicable to the situation. The ombuds program is an independent, informal, impartial, and confidential resource for new and continuing graduate students to raise questions or concerns about any aspect of their graduate experiences. CONTACT: Scott DeyoUniversity Ombuds | 704‑687‑5518 | Ombuds info for grad students | Click here to schedule

Off-Campus Resources

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