Transition Programs

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Convocation for the Class of 2024

Congratulations to the Class of 2024! We are so excited that you have joined the Seahawk family this fall! Convocation is an important tradition and signifies the start of your academic journey at UNCW. All first-year students received an email on Monday, August 17 with the Convocation video, Class of 2024 photo, and academic expectation information. Click here to view your Convocation email.

Below you will hear remarks from Chancellor Sartarelli, Provost Winebrake, Dr. Stephanie Kamel, and Matthew Talone. Each of these individuals will provide words of encouragement, direction, and inspiration to start off your academic year. Additionally, check out the Class of 2024 photo below you can all the faces of the Class of 2024!

Convocation Video

Remarks brought by Dr. Jose Sartarelli, Chancellor; Dr. Jamie Winebrake, Provost; Dr. Stephanie Kamel, Keynote Speaker and Associate Professor in the Dept of Biology and Marine Biology; and Matthew Talone, Student Government Association President

 

Class of 2024 Class Photo

Class of 2024 MosaicWe are so excited to share the Class of 2024 photo mosaic! Thank you to the hundreds of new Seahawks that submitted their photo to be a part of the Class of 2024 photo. Use the link below to open our large scale image of your class photo and use the magnifying glass to find your photo and your friends! Welcome Class of 2024!

FIND YOUR PHOTO

For the best experience viewing individual photos, we recommend using a computer rather than a mobile device.

 

Academic Expectations

At UNCW, academic integrity is a core value. When students join our community, they pledge to uphold and be subject to the Honor Code. It is designed to help every member of the UNCW community appreciate the high value placed on academic integrity and the means that will be employed to ensure its preservation. In addition, when new students join the academic community at UNCW, they commit to uphold the Honor Pledge. When you visit the Fisher Student Center, find your signature on the Honor Pledge Banner near the stairs. We are glad you are a part of this tradition at UNCW. 

UNCW Honor Pledge

"As a student at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, I am committed to honesty and truthfulness in academic inquiry and in the pursuit of knowledge. I pledge to uphold and promote the UNCW Student Academic Honor Code."

Each of UNCW's schools and colleges are committed to academic integrity and excellence. Select your school or college below to hear a message from your academic dean regarding academic expectations. 

College of Arts & Sciences                                   Cameron School of Business

College of Health & Human Services                 Watson College of Education