For starters, welcome back!
How do you get started?
If you left the University of North Carolina Wilmington for ONE semester, AND your grade point average was above retention level when you left, then you do not need to submit a re-enrollment application. Students are considered to be on Leave of Absence if they do not attend the university for one semester and return the following semester, excluding summer sessions.
A re-enrollment application is required when you have been away for two consecutive semesters. Apply by May 1 for summer semesters, July 1 for fall semester, and December 15 for spring semester! Access the online Re-enrolling Application and Instructions.
You're accepted, what next?
- Make an appointment for advising, prior to registering for classes. See registration for re-enrolling students for more details. Your department has already received an email alerting them to your interest in returning. Although you haven't been assigned an actual advisor, you can still contact your major department for an appointment.
- At the same time you're coordinating your advising appointment, you should start a conversation with the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid staff. They will assist you in starting the financial aid process and answering any questions you may have.
- Tuition & Fees.
- Orientation? No, you're one of us. While we don't have an orientation for re-enrolling students, here are a few helpful links to get you back into the swing.
- If you have any questions, please contact Susan Thornhill at 910.962.2145.
Registration - Leave of Absence Students
Students are considered to be on Leave of Absence if they do not attend the university for one semester and return the following semester, excluding summer sessions. For example, if a student attends in the fall, leaves for the spring, and attends the next fall semester. Please check for your registration times and status as well as class schedule information in SeaNet. To access SeaNet, you will need your student ID number and your 6-digit Personal Access Code (PIN). You can get your student ID and your PIN through a link on the SeaNet login page. In order to register for classes you must first meet with your academic advisor. Your advisor will give you your "alternate PIN," which you will need to register for classes. To make an appointment for advising, please contact your major department.