• Building Abbreviations – Learn the names of the building abbreviations as they appear on your course schedule.
  • Banner Data Standards – provides University guidelines for the Banner General Person Module of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
  • Banner Self-Service Manual – offers detailed instructions for Faculty and Advisors.
  • UNC Charlotte Catalog – catalogs are published online annually in the spring.
    • Catalogs are primarily intended for use by currently enrolled and prospective students, faculty, advisors, and staff.
    • The catalogs provide an overview of the University’s curriculum, academic programs, facilities, and educational resources.
    • They also include University academic policies, regulations, and procedures; information about degree and certificate programs, including degree requirements; a listing and description of courses; and a faculty directory.
  • Class Rosters
  • COVID-19 Classroom Capacities
  • Policy Changes Related to COVID-19
  • DegreeWorks – DegreeWorks is a degree audit tool that allows students and their advisors to view progress toward a degree based on the catalog year of a degree, major, concentration, or minor.
  • Degree Verification – The National Student Clearinghouse is the authorized agent for providing degree and enrollment verifications. The National Student Clearinghouse can be contacted at:
    • National Student Clearinghouse
      2300 Dulles Station Boulevard, Suite 300
      Herndon, VA 20171
  • FERPA & Guest Access Portal – Students have the legal right to protect their information. More information about FERPA and the Guest Access Portal is available on the Niner Central website.
  • Graduation Timeline and Information
  • Know Me Project
  • Non-Petitionable Policies & Academic Requirements
  • Parts of Term – outline and bring awareness to parts of term.
  • Prerequisites Enforced – Students should review course requirements prior to registering for a course. 
  • Quick Reference Guide – provides important dates and general information for the current term.
  • Registration Process & Overrides – provides step-by-step instructions for Faculty & Advisors to make registration overrides.
  • Visiting Students – Visiting students are those who are currently enrolled as degree-seeking students at another institution but who wish to take courses for a term at UNC Charlotte to transfer back to their home institution. View additional information regarding eligibility, requirements, and course registration on the Niner Central website.
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  • Undergraduate Academic Petitions