Office of Academic Affairs

Academic Affairs is one of four administrative divisions at UNC Charlotte.  The Office of Academic Affairs/Office of the Provost oversees all operations of the Division of Academic Affairs, providing administrative oversight and academic leadership.

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Latest News

Banner Upgrades
February 13, 2017
Beginning this March, the entire Banner system interface will be upgraded, in phases, over the next two years “Banner is the most heavily-used system on campus by staff, faculty and students for a wide array of administrative functions,” said Patrick Versace, assistant vice chancellor of enterprise applications for information technology. “Fourteen of the 17 campuses in the UNC system use its platform.”

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Catalog Deadline
February 10, 2017
The 2017-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs are tentatively scheduled to be published online in June 2017. Changes to academic programs and courses must go through the course and curriculum approval process, which is now fully in Curriculog.  Curriculog may be accessed at https://uncc.curriculog.com. What types of changes should be submitted through Curriculog?

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UNC Charlotte Immigration Matters
February 10, 2017
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte celebrates our rich diversity.  As noted by Chancellor Dubois, the institution is committed to the advancement of "a robust intellectual environment that values social and cultural diversity, free expression, collegiality, integrity, and mutual respect." Our international community is a critical component in helping the Niner Nation achieve our goals to strengthen global perspectives and cultural awareness.  With the recent developments regarding immigration matters, the UNC Charlotte administration continues to monitor developments and work...

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Important Bookstore News
February 9, 2017
As our faculty's strategic partner, the Campus Bookstore is committed to listening to and learning about the needs of the faculty — and then acting on those insights to drive successful outcomes for students and the campus.  The Barnes & Noble team will be reaching out via email to all department chairs and deans to speak with them about new resource, services, and how the bookstore can better serve each department.   They will also be visiting faculty members over the next few months to discuss how they can position everyone for success.  To schedule a time to meet with the booksto

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Elizabeth Moll joins Academic Budget and Personnel
February 9, 2017
Elizabeth Moll joins the staff of Academic Budget and Personnel as a business officer.  Elizabeth’s first day with AABP will be Monday, February 20, just in time to have an opportunity for on-boarding with Ellen Keidel who is retiring March 1. Elizabeth has created meaningful and sustainable impact in a relatively short period of time as the business officer within Atkins Library. She is excited to be able to continue to serve the division and campus in the unique job she is about to assume.

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