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The specific requirements for establishing residency for tuition purposes and eligibility for state financial aid are prescribed by state law. Learn More

Have questions about calculating and changing your UNCW GPA? We have the answers. Learn more

An entering freshman may receive semester hour credits based on the Advanced Placement Examination of ETS. Learn more

Curriculum changes are suspended during key advising points in the semester. This applies to changes/additions of catalog year, major, minor and/or concentrations. Learn more

Student-athletes must maintain all relevant UNCW, CAA and NCAA standards to represent UNCW at practice and competition. The Registrar’s Office is involved with the certification process.  Learn more

If you did not return to UNCW after attending the previous semester (excluding summer), you'll need to seek readmission to return. These instructions will help you get there. Learn more

Get information to understand the two types of withdrawals, how to start the process and how your academic advisor can help. Learn more

We can help you handle changes to your permanent record, including your legal name, gender, address or Social Security Number.  Learn more

Your emergency contact number is automatically added when you register for classes. If you need to update the number or opt out of emergency notifications, please visit  Environmental Health & Safety's UNCW Alert Notifications page for instructions. 

If you’re an active UNCW student taking courses at any other institution, we can help you to streamline the process. Learn more

Visit our Waitlist registration information page to learn more.

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