In observance of Labor Day, no classes will be held and most offices will be closes. For other important fall dates, visit http://registrar.unc.edu/academic-calendar/Find out more »
September 5: Last day to drop a class and have you tuition adjusted (going from full-time to part-time would result in a tuition adjustment) Note: Withdrawing from the university (ie: dropping all of your classes) follows a different schedule and tuition is refunded on a prorated basis depending on the date of withdrawal: http://cashier.unc.edu/tuition-fees/important-dates/ October 17: Last day to drop a class using the web registration system (Connect Carolina) November 22: Last day to drop a class using a drop…Find out more »
University Day is an occasion to remember the University’s past and celebrate its future. The date, October 12, marks the laying of the cornerstone of Old East, the institution’s first building and the oldest state university building in the nation. Classes cancelled from 9:30 am – 12:30 pm. A celebration will commence at 11:00 am in Memorial Hall. NC Governor Roy Cooper will deliver the University Day address. For additional details, visit http://www.unc.edu/universityday/Find out more »
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