University Operations

Simple steps to save energy on campus during Winter Break

Faculty and staff can help the University save energy on campus throughout winter break by following three simple suggestions from the Office of Sustainability.

UNC Charlotte begins comprehensive classroom study

UNC Charlotte is engaging in a comprehensive classroom study to understand the current inventory of classroom and lab spaces on campus and identify future space needs. The SmithGroup, a national consulting firm, is guiding the University through the study process, which includes input from a wide array of stakeholders.

Family Weekend postponed, football game to continue

The remnants of Hurricane Ian are projected to bring heavy rainfall and gusty winds to Charlotte throughout the weekend. As a result, Family Weekend has been postponed to Nov. 4-5 to ensure families and students are able to enjoy the many outdoor activities planned for the celebration. Please note: While the Athletics Department continues to monitor the situation, the football game scheduled for Saturday at 6 p.m. will continue as planned. 

UNC Charlotte receives award for air compliance excellence

 UNC Charlotte recently received an ACE Award for ongoing air compliance excellence by the Mecklenburg County Air Quality. Charlotte met all terms of its air quality permit for an entire year including on-time submission of reports, notifications and fee payments; completion of required emissions testing; a compliant annual inspection; and no notices of violation or nuisance dust/odor complaints to earn the recognition.

CRES announces updated on-campus meeting and event guidelines

Due to physical distancing and cleaning measures required for the UNC Charlotte community to return safely to campus, meetings and events will be significantly impacted throughout the fall and spring semesters.The following guidelines have been set by Conferences, Reservations and Event Services (CRES) and approved by the University to ensure the safety of students, faculty, staff and guests.

University moving to Condition 1 at 1 p.m., Feb. 20

As a result of expected adverse winter weather, the University will move to Condition 1 (reduced operations) effective 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20, until 11 a.m., Friday, Feb. 21.

2019 financial statement demonstrates strong financial position and internal controls

UNC Charlotte recently received its fiscal year 2019 audited financial report from the Office of the State Auditor. The report showed no findings and no material changes to the University’s exhibits. These results display the strength of UNC Charlotte’s financial position and its internal controls.  

New security measures at UNC Charlotte Center City starting Dec. 2

Beginning Monday, Dec. 2, new security measures will be in place at UNC Charlotte Center City.Faculty, staff and studentsAll faculty, staff and students must wear their 49er ID cards at all times when inside the building. This includes those working and attending classes at UNC Charlotte Center City as well as all employee and student visitors to the building. Lanyards will be provided at the lobby desk.

Grand opening for Veterans Park scheduled

Monday, Nov. 11, is Veterans Day, and it is the appropriate date for the grand opening ceremony for UNC Charlotte’s new Veterans Park.The park was conceived by Christopher Orr ’18 as a place on campus to recognize UNC Charlotte’s historical connections to veteran students and to honor all past, present and future veterans who will attend or work at the University.

CATS light rail to close temporarily Oct. 19-20

Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) will temporarily close the light rail for essential annual system maintenance Saturday, Oct. 19, through Sunday, Oct. 20.For the UNC Charlotte Main Station, service will cease after the last drop off at 1:02 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, and is expected to resume at 5:26 a.m. Monday, Oct. 21.Bus bridge