Recent Alumnus 2012-10-06T00:13:19Z
Belk College of Business is a great resource for learning and growth. As a Finance major, I am exposed to professors who work in the industry I aspire to contribute on a daily basis. I love the diverse course requirements that will prepare me for a variety of finance-based careers.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-06T00:08:51Z
UNCC has the BEST Career Center! The advisors come to junior level classes and present powerpoints on how to improve your resume and plan for a career...the point of college altogether! Then you attend a brief program and once registered, a world of internship, career, and job fair opportunities open up for you throughout your course of study! Awesome. I am a senior planning to attend my second internship through the career center.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-04T16:37:35Z
The athletics department is diverse in it's sports. There are many to choose from. I myself am apart of an intramural sports team that helps me relieve stress. The school spirit is at an all time high right now because the football team will be here in just under a year!
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-04T16:34:19Z
This school is not well known in America as of yet, but it's academics will bring this school out of the dark. There are many popular study areas being developed as the school hires more professors. The professors all know their material down to the wire. Outside programs help benefit the students' learning and help with any problems. Registration process is always hard because of the amount of students, but talking to the professor can get you admittance into a class without stress.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-04T16:31:36Z
I graduated with my B.S in biology. This was one of the hardest but best times of my life. The workload was overwhelming at times, but once i succeeded I felt extremely proud of myself. Staying on top of school work and involved with students and the professor help overcome the hardships. There are S.I. sessions for those that need extra help, the professors are always in their offices willing to help, and there are possibilities to join labs in research.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-04T16:19:26Z
There are many international students at UNCC. Also the campus is extremely diverse. There are people from different backgrounds, race, culture, and parts of America. Everyone is free to express their religious and political beliefs through organized groups.
College Junior 2012-10-02T21:24:17Z
There are people from literally all over the world. I hear a lot of different languages just walking from class to class.
College Junior 2012-10-02T21:23:33Z
You have to be 21 or older to do anything in Charlotte pretty much.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-02T04:02:04Z
The dining halls aren't the best but they do have a salad bar, cereal, pizza or burgers daily in case it isn't good theres something to eat. On-campus places to eat are great like bojangles, wendys and starbucks. Very conveniently located near classes and no need to go off campus. Maybe cheaper stores like burger king or tace bell would be even better. Also healthy options like a real subway would be good too.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-02T03:58:04Z
Very good advertising on campus. House parties are hard to know about because it's word of mouth. Clubs downtown are openly advertised welll. University has a shuttle system to the parties, very convenient and safe. Many different ones to choose from.
Recent Alumnus 2012-10-02T03:55:12Z
So many apartments some are expensive in my opinion but there are tons to choose from conveniently located less than 5 miles all around. On- Campus bussing can reach most of them. Overall very convenient and safe, then again it is in Charlotte they can't control everything. Overall Very good minus the price.
College Senior 2012-09-30T23:45:39Z
The Student Union is less than 3 years old and has several amenities for both on campus students and commuters. There are several place to eat to fulfill all of your cravings. These include Crown Common Dining Hall, 49er Bistro, Wendy's, Einstein Bros Bagels, Outtakes (which includes a sub shop), and Freshens Smoothies. Most Charlotte student hang out here in between classes, and it's a great place to socialize. There are also tons of spaces to study, as well as a game room with a pool table and large screen T.V. where they hold video game tournaments every semester. This place is definitely worth checking out.
College Junior 2012-09-28T03:52:58Z
There is so much to do on or near campus. The walking / biking trails, guest speakers, movies, restaurants, bars but downtown Charlotte and the neighboring areas offer a lot. Foremost is the Nascar speedway, a NFL and NBA teams, plus UNCC is starting a college football team in 2013. Great restaurants, shopping and historical sites are very abundant.
College Junior 2012-09-28T03:45:52Z
Generally NC has mild weather. It does not get too cold, and we do not get nearly enough rain. If it does rain, I take the shuttle to class, which passes by every 15 minutes.
College Junior 2012-09-28T03:40:53Z
It is only my first semester as a transfer student , but I love it. The price is good and the campus is huge but easy to navigate. There is a lot to do at UNCC even for a "older" student like myself they have a adult club.
College Junior 2012-09-28T03:25:34Z
School shuttles run frequently, and have schedules posted but it would be good if there were more covered shuttle stops. I do not use the public buses but I know the college has two lines that go downtown.
College Sophomore 2012-09-27T19:34:31Z
There are several shuttles always running on campus, and they have a safe ride system which you can call in order to pick you up. a couple shuttles also go out into Charlotte itself.
College Junior 2012-09-23T04:35:13Z
My experience with financial aid has been nothing short of phenomenal. It was easy to apply as well as receive financial aid. I am always contacted at least a month before school has started on how much money I have received. This gives me time to plan on how I will live on campus from year to year. How much money an individual will obtain depends on how much you or your family earns per year.
College Junior 2012-09-23T04:01:10Z
Obtaining a parking pass is very expensive as it costs over $400 to receive one. Although getting a parking pass is only half the battle. Each year parking gets worse since more people are starting to attend UNCC. A need for a car on campus depends on where you live. If you live fairly close to campus you wont need a car. The campus has their own buses and shuttles that take you to, around campus, and back home again.
College Senior 2012-09-22T14:39:13Z
I am currently enrolled at UNC Charlotte in the prekinesology program. In your junior year you get to apply to the exercise science program or athletic training program. There are also many programs within the program such as respiratory therapy. I am applying for the Athletic Training program this year. One thing I like about applying to the Athletic Training program is that you are required to do observation hours on campus with different athletic teams which gives you an incite on the profession. Our program also require internships during your senior year where they place you. Our professors are helpful, understanding and caring so that they can give you the optimal experience and help you find a job after graduation.
College Senior 2012-09-22T14:26:23Z
Most students receive financial aid pretty quickly, usually the second or third day after class started. However it has been a problem lately with students receiving enough financial aid with the rising cost of fees and tuition that has caused many students to get loans or defer their education.
College Senior 2012-09-22T14:23:14Z
The campus is strict on alcohol and drug policies but as far as the smoking ban people do not follow it. Attendance policies is based on your professor its your decision whether you go to class or not. As far as parking and issuing tickets it happens quite frequently but there are ways to get around the policies. A lot of students violate the academic integrity policy but if you are caught cheating there are very severe consequences the severest being kicked out the university.
College Senior 2012-09-12T17:41:11Z
Lee College Mechanical Engineering Curriculum – To gain entry into the Lee College of Engineering, a student has to pass the general education classes of the university, in addition to specially designated sections of chemistry, math, and physics classes to determine competency. I initially tested into pre-Calculus but was able to pass the pre-requisite courses Chem I, Physics I and II and pass Calc level I and II which are required.
College Senior 2012-09-12T17:24:26Z
Lee College Mechanical Engineering Curriculum – I have attended Charlotte for two years now, and have had no issues with the competency of the professors in the Lee College or their teaching methods and passion towards educating. My only faults in the first two years would be the lack of availability of certain classes in the program due to a shortage of teachers, and that an increase in supplemental instruction sessions for later level courses would be invaluable. I would like to envision a career for myself in the engineering field where I am able to see my work make an impact in the real world. I have given some thought to working in Aerospace, possibly commercializing travel around orbit, working for a company interested in pioneering new frontiers. I believe that my natural aptitudes for design and creative idea generating would be useful in such a career, as well as other options including power generation and sustainable energy. My only concerns regarding finding a job in the field post graduation are firstly, graduating and having the diploma as credentials, and then landing an interview with the company that is the best fit for me. As an engineer, I would be prepared to solve most of the other problems as they present themselves.
Recent Alumnus 2012-09-11T21:10:39Z
Remember the Golden Rule – The campus is a secure campus and as long as you are respectful of campus policies you should be fine. The only thing I would suggest is that you use the computer labs responsibly and not do anything that would be a distraction to your peers.
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