The University of North Carolina at Charlotte Board of Trustees is responsible for approving the names of individuals on whom it is proposed that an honorary degree or other honorary or memorial distinction be conferred by the institution. The authority of the Board of Trustees is subject to such policies as may be established by the University of North Carolina Board of Governors. The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees is assigned the responsibility for consideration of names and recommending to the Board for its approval any special honors and awards
Students at UNC Charlotte have the right to appeal a final course grade under certain conditions. A final course grade will be deemed to have been assigned impermissibly or arbitrarily if a student can establish, with a preponderance of evidence, that:
The primary objectives of this Student Grievance Procedure are to ensure that students have the opportunity to present grievances to the University regarding a certain action or inaction by a member of the University community and that the University has a consistent way of resolving those grievances in a fair and just manner.
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte will maintain compliance with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools - Commission on Colleges (SACS-COC) Substantive Change for Accredited Institutions of the Commission on Colleges Policy Statement through appropriate and timely reporting on areas of Substantive Change, as that term is defined below.
This Policy sets forth the bases for selection of students and the procedure for applicants to appeal denials of admission.
I. All qualified persons are welcome to seek admission to The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Specific admission requirements may be found in the University Undergraduate or Graduate Catalogs.
II. The University of North Carolina at Charlotte does not discriminate in offering access to its educational programs and activities on the basis of age, gender, race, color, national origin, religion, creed, disability, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.
This Policy was developed in response to a recently-enacted North Carolina law, codified at NC General Statute 116-11(3a), which requires UNC Charlotte to (1) authorize a minimum of two excused absences each academic year for religious observances required by the faith of a student; and (2) provide students the opportunity to make up any tests or other work missed due to an excused absence for a religious observance. In order to facilitate compliance with this new law while mitigating the burden on faculty, the Policy establishes a procedure for students to request accommodations for religious observances through the submission of a request form prior to the census date of each semester.
For the purposes of this Policy:
This University Policy authorizes the Director of the Office of Continuing Education, Extension, and Summer Programs to provide a discount, not to exceed 50%, on the registration fee for courses offered by that office to be charged to any "qualified employee," as that term is defined in the policy.
For any specific non-credit program offered by the UNC Charlotte Office of Continuing Education, Extension, and Summer Programs (CEESP), the Director of CEESP is authorized, without further approvals, to provide a discount, not to exceed 50%, on the course program registration fee to be charged to any "qualified employee."