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Make An Appointment

Use our online appointment system to schedule an appointment for yourself.


Appointments can be made up to 10 days prior to today's date. No appointments can be made less than 24 hours in advance.

Follow the steps below to schedule an individual appointment with the ULC:

  1. Login to our online appointment system using your UNCW username and password - to access the mobile version of the site, scroll down to the bottom left after logging in and choose Switch to mobile version.
  2. Click "Schedule an Appointment."
  3. Choose the subject you would like an appointment for from the drop down menu.
  4. Choose a Center (e.g. Course Tutoring, Study Skills, Writing Center) from the drop down menu.
  5. Choose "Search".
  6. Choose on the appointment Date and Time you want to schedule.
  7. If you would like to hold your appointment online via Zoom, check the "Is Online" box. Otherwise, your appointment will be in person in DePaolo 1056.
  8. Enter any notes you want your tutor to know before the appointment.
  9. Choose "Confirm".
  10. You will receive an automatic e-mail confirming your appointment. On the main menu page, opt in to activate text message reminders (depending on your plan, charges may apply). Activate code and follow instructions to begin getting text reminders about your appointments!

Make An Appointment


Come prepared. We ask for students to be fully engaged in the learning process. Our services are a supplement to regular class attendance, not a substitute.

The peer educator will speak with a ULC Coordinator over the course of the next two sessions if a student is clearly unprepared. Students could be removed from tutoring if they are repeatedly unprepared for their session.


  • Be prepared.
  • Attend all classes.
  • Read assigned materials and complete or attempt assignments.
  • Bring important materials such as:
    • Textbooks
    • Class notes
    • Pencils
    • Calculator
    • Syllabus
    • Copy of assignment
    • Rough draft
    • Ideas
  • Bring a flashdrive if you want to use a computer.
  • Have a clear goal in mind for your appointment.
  • Participate actively in the session.
  • Be willing to try new ideas suggested by your peer educator. 
  • Schedule appointments ahead of time. Don't wait until the last minute to get help!
  • Work out problems before asking for help. Peer educators will be better able to help you if they can see your work.


  • Ask you lots of questions.
  • Encourage you to work in groups when appropriate.
  • Help you with test preparation and study skills.
  • Make suggestions, not lecture or grade you.
  • Take the time to explore your concerns about the assignment.
  • Work with you to help you grasp the concepts.


  • Complete an assignment for you.
  • Correct your assignment.
  • Email you materials in lieu of your appointment.
  • Help with take-home exams or quizzes.

Make an appointment

Appointments must be canceled at least 24 hours before they are scheduled to occur. Please be sure to familiarize yourself with our Attendance Policy. Do NOT contact your tutor directly! Doing so will not cancel your appointment.

To cancel your appointment, follow these steps: 

  1. Login to our online appointment system using your UNCW username and password
  2. Choose Main Menu
  3. Find the appointment you want to cancel and choose the "X" at the end
  4. Choose Confirm Cancellation

You may also call or email the ULC to cancel your appointment. 

***Please note that declining or responding to the Outlook calendar invitation emailed to you when you scheduled your appointment will not actually cancel your appointment - you must follow the steps above***


Attendance Policy

Don’t skip your appointment! No-shows make it harder for other students to get help. See what we expect with regard to attendance and preparation.

Contact Us

First floor of DePaolo Hall
Room 1056

Office Hours - Summer 2023:

Monday - Wednesday, 7:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Thursday, 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Services are not available when main campus classes or exams are not in session; limited hours during exams