Adult Students

Information for Students Over the Age of 24

Adult Students

Applying for Admission 

If you attempted or earned college credit after high school graduation:

  • Apply using the transfer application.
  • Submit an official high school transcript.
  • Submit an official transcript from all colleges attended.

If you did NOT attempt or earn college credit after high school graduation:

  • Apply using the freshman application.
  • Submit an official high school transcript.
  • You are not required to submit a standardized test score (SAT or ACT).
  • You are also not required to meet the fourth unit of math requirement indicated above.

Office of Adult Students and Evening Services

Office of Adult Students and Evening Services (OASES) provides academic advice and support to prospective and enrolled adult and nontraditional students.

To contact the Office of Adult Students and Evening Services, please call 704-687-5104 or email adultstudents@uncc.edu.

Adult Student Orientation is offered to new and readmitted adult students each semester. Gain valuable information on the academic services and programs for adult students and tips for academic success (does not exempt you from attending a SOAR session).

The Advising mission of the Office of Adult Students and Evening Services (OASES) is to assist adult and nontraditional students in developing and implementing individual plans for achieving their academic and career goals. To schedule an advising appointment, call our office at 704-687-5104 or email oases@uncc.edu.

The Adult Mentoring Program for Students (AMPS) matches experienced adult student volunteers with new adult students. AMPS is designed to assist students in meeting their educational goals and in helping ease their adjustment and transition into university life.

The Scholarship program is one of the many services OASES offers to nontraditional students to encourage and support their success. Students interested in applying should refer to the webpage for application guidelines.

49er Finish Program is designed to systematically identify and recruit former UNC Charlotte seniors back to the university to finish their degree. The personalized advising services offered through OASES and the student's major department helps students determine how to most effectively and efficiently complete their requirements for graduation.

Other important links:

Veteran Student Services Office

University Advising Center