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Career Center

The Career Center offers a variety of resources designed to assist students explore, experience, engage, and embark. These resources and services include those in the areas of: major exploration, resume and cover letter writing, interviewing,  job/internship searches and networking, graduate and professional school, and the transition from college life into the workplace.

The Career Center has specialized staff dedicated to assisting students within these areas, as well as student veterans and students with military experience.

contact:  
Fisher University Union, 2035 
Careercenter@uncw.edu  
910.962.3174

Military Affairs

UNCW has been nationally recognized as one of the most veteran friendly campuses.  The Office of Military Affairs is responsible for developing and coordinating support services to help military-affiliated students achieve their academic and career goals and for advocating for student veterans, active duty personnel and dependents.

The Military Resource Lounge, located in the Warwick Center, is a space specially designed to assist military-affiliated students learn about campus, UNC system services, study, and network with other military-affiliated students.

contact:  
Bill Kawczynski, Director of Military Affairs  
kawczynskib@uncw.edu  
910.962.2760
Siobhan Norris, Military Student Support Specialist  
norrisr@uncw.edu   
910.962.2933

Off-Campus Housing Website

The Off-Campus Housing website is a great resource for helping UNCW students find off-campus housing options and roommates. PERCH hosts the Off-Campus Housing Fair and No-Frills Housing Fair during the spring semester.

PERCH

PERCH services, provided by the Office of the Dean of Students, contributes to the successful transition and university engagement of off-campus, non-traditional, and graduate students by:

  • Providing Personal support
  • Delivering Educational opportunities
  • Connecting students to UNCW and Wilmington Resources
  • Arranging opportunities for Community development
  • Assisting with your off-campus Housing search
Contact:
Stephanie Ganser, Assistant Dean
Fisher University Union, 2013
gansers@uncw.edu
910.962.3119

Randall Library

Randall Library is one of the most active areas of campus for students. Open 24 hours most days, with a variety of resources and spaces, students often choose to meet and study in Randall Library. Committed to serving transfer students, Randall Library has a dedicated librarian to helping serve UNCW's transfer students.

Contact:
Tammy Ivins, Transfer Student Services Librarian
Randall Library, 2053
ivinst@uncw.edu
910.962.2557

Registrar

The Office of the Registrar is responsible for maintaining the academic record of each student who enrolls at the University; provides information about registration, academic records, residence status and degrees.

The Registrar has a variety of staff dedicated to helping transfer students at UNCW. You can view a full listing of their staff by clicking here.

Contact:
Located in James Hall
Registrar@uncw.edu
910.962.3125

Scholarships and Financial Aid

The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid is committed to helping UNCW students and families, secure the resources necessary to funding their education. The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid has put together a variety of resources to assist transfer students - including their dedicated transfer student webpage and their Transfer Student Financial Aid Success Guide.

Contact:
Warwick Center
finaid@uncw.edu
910.962.3177
Financial Aid School Code: 002984

Student Accounts and Cashier Services

Student Account services provides all financial, accounting and management reporting for the university students, including administering federal loans and managing campus payments and billing.

Contact:
Warwick Center, 114
Studentaccounts@uncw.edu
910.962.4281

University College

University College contributes to UNCW's commitment to excellence in undergraduate education by building relationships and creating experience to support student transitions, persistence and success through academic advising, courses, programs and resources.

University College coordinates the UNI 201 Transfer Seminar. UNI 201: Transfer Seminar is a 3-credit course designed to support transfer students in transitioning to campus and optimizing their UNCW experience. Critical thinking, informational literacy skills, discussion, and group collaboration are emphasized as students focus on topics that are important to transfer student success and college success in general.

Contact:
DePaolo Hall, 1092
UC@uncw.edu
910.962.3245

University Learning Center

The University Learning Center is committed to being a vital part of UNCW students' education. Our academic support services are based on the principle that quality learning takes place when peers work collaboratively to develop knowledge and build skills. The University Learning Center provides students a learning environment and experience that differs from the classroom; we focus on high-quality individual, small-group and large-group student-centered and student-led learning.

Contact:  
DePaolo Hall, 1056  
ulc@uncw.edu
910.962.7857 

Transition Programs

The Office of Transition Programs provides a comprehensive array of programs designed to meet the unique needs of undergraduate students and families from orientation through graduation. These programs include Freshman and Transfer Orientation, Commencement, Family & Alumni Weekend, and Teal Bridge Transfer Student Programming.

Contact:
Fisher University Union, 2017
transitions@uncw.edu
910.962.3089 

For Information on additional UNCW resources, you may view a full listing of university resources.