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Date Published: August 23, 2016

The Department of Housing and Residence Life would to thank all of the organizations that volunteered during Move-In this year! We couldn't have done it without you!

If your organization would like to volunteer at Move-In in 2017 please contact Aysen Ulupinar at 704-687-7501 or aulupina@uncc.edu.

 

 



Date Published: July 22, 2016

Move-In arrival times have now been assigned. ​To find out your assigned Move-In date and time follow the folllowing steps:

  1. Log into your Housing Account to see your Housing Assignment
  2. Once you have that information, visit the Move-In Arrival Times page on our Move-In website. Every resident has been assigned a Move-In arrival date and time based on their room assignment.
  3. Click on your assigned Residence Hall on the list, then scroll through until you find your specific room assignment.

Assigned arrival times are required for students in all buildings. All students will have an assigned arrival time on one of the two check in days, Friday, August 19 or Saturday, August 20. Assigned arrival times will be scheduled in one hour blocks of time by Housing and Residence Life in order to manage traffic flow on campus and in the buildings. It is very important that you do all you can to adhere to the arrival time given. Residents who cannot make their arrival time will be asked to come to late check-in on Sunday, August 21. If you find you must be an exception to the appointment time given by Housing and Residence Life, please call us at 704-687-7501 or email at hrlmailbox@uncc.edu.



Date Published: July 22, 2016

All on campus spaces are currently full except for reserved sorority and fraternity spaces.  Please call 704-687-7501 to check on any change in availability status.



Date Published: June 6, 2016

Move in is just around the corner, August 19-21, 2016. We invite you to explore the Move-in website to learn about the things you need to know to make your arrival process as easy as possible. Our Move in Guide contains information about what to bring to campus and useful tips for living on campus. Please access the Move In Guide here.

 



Date Published: March 15, 2016

Summer Housing will be available in Belk Hall and Greek Village for summer 2016. Students will check in at Belk Hall and Greek Village. There are two housing terms available:

Summer I

  • Check-in: May 22 (9:00 AM – 5:00 PM)
  • Check-out: June 30 (12:00 PM)


Summer II

  • Check-in: July 3 (1:00 PM – 5:00 PM)
  • Check-out: August 11 (12:00 PM)

Click here for more information.



Date Published: March 15, 2016

UNC Charlotte offers safe, affordable housing on a traditional university campus for college students with internships in the Charlotte area. Intern Housing is for students enrolled at a college or university and working full-time in an internship or job in the Charlotte area. 

Click here to learn more.



Date Published: February 22, 2016

(Effective February 22, 2016)

Hoverboards are motorized personal transport vehicles typically used for recreational purposes. They are marketed under a variety of different names including balance boards, gravity boards or self-balancing devices and are powered by lithium batteries. 

Due to the documented fire risks associated with hoverboards, UNC Charlotte has issued a ban on the possession, storage, operation and charging of these and similar self-balancing, battery-powered devices in residence halls.

Charging of hoverboards in residence halls is prohibited immediately.  Students in residence halls will be required to take their hoverboards back to their home of record, or otherwise remove them from their residence hall rooms by Spring Break.  After March 14, 2016, any hoverboard located in a student’s residence hall room will be removed and shipped to the student’s home record at his or her expense. Any infraction may be a violation of the Code of Student Responsibility.

The safety of all students is a campus priority.  It has been demonstrated that batteries in hoverboards and similar devices are prone to explosion or combustion both while charging and during operation; thus, creating a potential fire hazard. To minimize the risks associated with the overcharging and operation of hoverboards, the University is restricting these devices from residence halls. 

If you have any questions, please contact the Housing and Residence Life office at 704-687-7501.

 



Date Published: February 18, 2016

Returning Residents: Select space online TODAY in Levine Hall for the 2016-2017 academic year! Levine Hall Selection Day is part of the Return to Campus Living process. Login to your housing account- TODAY ONLY- to select your Levine Hall space. For more information about Return to Campus Living click here.