Return to UNC
RETURN TO UNC
We are thrilled that you feel ready to resume your studies at UNC. The Office of Undergraduate Retention is happy to provide support as you navigate your return. At minimum, you will need to apply for readmission, but it is not unusual to need to navigate additional processes. We recognize that this process can be stressful, and sincerely hope to ease this transition as much as possible to facilitate a successful return to UNC. We highly recommend that you to schedule a Returning Student Consultation to discuss a plan for your return with a counselor in Undergraduate Retention. Our counselors are available in person, by phone, or Skype to address your concerns.
If you are a graduate student seeking readmission, please click here for more information.
We encourage you to schedule a “Returning Student Consultation” to address any questions that you may have with a counselor in Undergraduate Retention. We are available to meet with you in person, online via Skype or Zoom web conference, or by phone.
Students who wish to return to the university and who were not enrolled during the most recent semester (fall, spring) need to apply for readmission through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions in order to re-enroll at Carolina.
Please note: expect it to take 8-10 business days to receive the readmission decision and an additional 2-3 days after the decision is communicated to have full access to your student portal and registration shopping cart in ConnectCarolina.
For additional readmission related questions, contact email@example.com.
|Campus Units||Common Hold Types||What to do?|
|Academic Advising||Academic advising hold, Additional semester hold||Contact Academic Advising to take appropriate action.
214 E. Cameron Avenue
|Cashiers Office||Late payment, prepayment, or loan repayment services holds||Contact the University Cashier to settle your financial accounts.
The University Cashier’s Office
2215 SASB North
|Counseling Psychological Services||CAPS hold for psychological withdrawal||Students who have received a psychological withdrawal from Counseling and Psychological Services must receive clearance from CAPS prior to re-enrollment. This must be initiated 6-8 weeks prior to the term start.
To schedule a clearance appointment, call 919-966-3658
|Student Conduct||Honor court, conduct sanctions, etc.||Office of Student Conduct
1125 SASB North
|UNC Transportation & Parking||Parking fines||Return your parking permit and pay any outstanding parking citations.
Transportation & Parking
Public Safety Building
285 Manning Dr.
|Undergraduate Retention||Academic Eligibility Hold||Contact Undergraduate Retention at firstname.lastname@example.org or schedule a “Returning Student Consultation” to remove hold|
Degree-seeking students who are suspended must submit an Appeal for Probation in order to enroll in courses at UNC. This includes full-time coursework, part-time classroom students, and Carolina Courses online. We encourage you to schedule a “Returning Student Consultation” to address any questions that you may have regarding navigating both the appeal for probation and readmission processes with a counselor in Undergraduate Retention.
If you are unsure of your academic standing, contact the Office of Undergraduate Retention via email at email@example.com.
If you received a psychological withdrawal through CAPS, schedule an appointment for CAPS clearance 6-8 weeks prior to your planned return. You must be cleared by CAPS in order to access your registration. Please note: the deadline to receive CAPS clearance for Fall 2019 has passed. Students seeking CAPS clearance for Spring 2020, should call 919-966-3658 in late October to schedule a CAPS clearance appointment. CAPS clearance appointments will be available November 13th – 27th for Spring 2020 enrollment.
If you received a medical withdrawal through CHS you do not need to meet with a provider for clearance prior to your return.
Please direct all financial aid eligibility questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reconnect with Academic Advising to update your Academic Worksheet and determine appropriate coursework. Contact advising.unc.edu or 919-966-5116 to schedule an appointment.
Accessibility Resources and Services
If you have a disability or medical condition for which an appropriate accommodation is needed, you are encouraged to connect with Accessibility Resources and Services to learn more about the ARS self-identification process. For more information email email@example.com.
If you would like to live on campus upon your return, submit a housing application for the academic year you will need housing for. If the Housing application was cancelled when you student left, you can also contact Housing and request that the contract be reinstated.
One Card Office
Online One Card management is available at onecard.unc.edu. This feature will allow you to buy or change meal plan, add money to your flex account, check your One Card balance, and much more. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-962-8024 with questions.
Once you have been admitted and accepted enrollment, please retrieve your Onyen and create your password. You’ll then need your Onyen to access ConnectCarolina and to register for courses. Note: Once your account has been reactivated, be sure to log in to ConnectCarolina to address any checklist items or accounts holds.
For information related to student parking permits, parking availability, and commuter parking options see Transportation and Parking.
Do you receive Veterans Administration educational benefits? Please contact your VA School Certifying Official, http://registrar.unc.edu/academic-services/veteran-affairs/.
IMPORTANT CAMPUS RESOURCES
Academic Advising Program 919-966-5116
Accessibility Resources and Services 919-962-8300
Campus Health Services 919-966-2281
Counseling and Psychological Services 919-966-3658
Dean of Students 919-966-4042
Friday Center 919-962-1134
One Card Office 919-962-8024
Summer School 919-966-4364
Undergraduate Admissions 919-966-3621
Undergraduate Retention 919-962-8235