The following additional services are available to residents of UNC Charlotte. Some services require the payment of additional fees, while other services are provided to our residents at no additional cost. Learn more below:
We are pleased to offer the following appliance rental options for our residents.
Micro-Fridge - with Safe Plug®Technology
MicroFridge unit is a compact refrigerator/freezer with a microwave oven on top that is designed specifically for college students living on campus. Because of its unique electrical power conservation system and Energy Star rating, it has the endorsement of the UNC Charlotte Housing and Residence Life Department.
This is a special appliance that is available to UNC Charlotte students through Standards for Living. Please visit their website to learn more about how students may rent or purchase a MicroFridge unit.
Standards for Living will deliver your unit to your room just prior to your arrival on campus in the fall.
The compact refrigerator/freezer unit features a true zero-degree freezer compartment, and is a very popular as well as practical room accessory. Because it is an Energy Star rated appliance, it has the endorsement of the UNC Charlotte Housing & Residence Life Department.
This is a special appliance that is available to UNC Charlotte students through Standards for Living. Please visit their website to learn more about how students may rent a unit.
Standards for Living will deliver your unit to your room just prior to your arrival on campus in the fall.
UNC Charlotte Dining boasts 20+ dining locations on campus.
Most meal plans have two parts: meal swipes and Declining Balance (DB). Meal swipes are good at SoVi and Crown Commons dining halls. DB can be used at any campus dining venue, including theater and sports concessions and Outtakes convenience stores. Optional Dining Account (ODA) funds can be used at all dining locations.
Visit the UNC Charlotte Dining website for more information on Meal Plans and dining locations.
Ink Spot Printing is a "print from anywhere" solution that allows you to print to an Ink Spot-enabled printer for a small fee. This service is available at locations throughout the campus including Belk, Hunt and Martin Halls.
For more information about the Ink Spot service and instructions for its use, visit the Auxiliary Services webpage.
We understand the demands of daily college life and that having reliable, consistent Internet access is a high demand for your overall college experience. In addition to traditional wired Internet connections, every room in each of our residential buildings are completely wireless. Students provide their own computers.
If you're planning to use the wired Internet, you will need a RJ-45 Ethernet cable to connect to the wall jack. You will then need to create an account, details below.
If you're planning to use the wireless Internet, you will need to create an account in order to access the Internet, details below. The creation of accounts not only secures our network, but it allows you to manage which of your devices have access to the Internet. Wireless routers are not needed to connect to the wireless Internet. Using a personal wireless router will not help with Internet speed and will interfere with building wireless signals. Personal routers are not allowed.
How to Create an Internet Account
Once you’ve arrived on campus, connect your computer directly to the wall or wireless with the SSID “Housing-WiFi” and then open your web browser. You will be directed to the Welcome Page. You will then be routed to a Login Page. Click the “New Account” button to create your account. Enter the required information and hit “Save.” If you do not see an account creation page or your device doesn’t have a browser you can go to http://cp.korcett.com to create your account. Once you have created an account you will need to add any device you want to have access to the Internet via the devices MAC address.
Contact the Korcett Support Team at 800-379-3729 and not your building's front desk. Your Residence Life staff will not be able to help you troubleshoot.
If you have Korcett equipment in your unit that belongs to the University, please do not unplug it. Doing so will not only cause you more Internet issues, but will also create problems for the residents around you.
In order to best help you, call from the room/area in which you are experiencing the problem, and please have the following information ready for the Support Guru who answers your call:
- Your first and last name
- Name of the building where you live
- Your unit number
- Your phone number
- The problem you're having with the Internet
- Have ticket number ready if calling about an existing issue
In order to provide a stable and secure network environment for all of our customers, please note that we do not allow the operation of servers, web hosting or other services on our network nor do we allow commercial transactions (i.e. running a business) to be conducted over our networks.
Details on these policies can be found online:
Each residence hall has washers and dryers available for resident use at no additional cost.
The Energy Star® rated, high-efficiency machines installed on campus clean effectively, help save time, and are gentle on both your clothes and the environment! High-efficiency, front-loading machines hold more clothes and use less water than conventional laundry equipment saving you time and energy. For best results, use only 2 tbsp of concentrated HE detergent; it’s specially formulated for high-efficiency machines.
Do you have a stubborn stain? Need a refresher or a complete laundry education? Check out The Campus Clothes Line®, an interactive resource for all things laundry including laundry instructions and advice, stain tips, videos, prizes and more!www.campusclothesline.com
LaundryView shows you an online 3D view of your laundry room and lets you check the status of machines without setting foot outside of your room. With LaundryView® Text Alerts you can request that each machine send you a text message when your cycle is compete. LaundryView Mobile puts the laundry room in the palm of your hand! Use your smartphone to scan the dedicated QR code posted in your laundry room or visit m.laundryview.com/uncc from your phone’s web browser. With LaundryView, doing laundry is easier than ever!
If a machine in any community laundry room (excluding apartment units with private machines) isn’t working properly, you can report a service problem through this website. This, in conjunction with precise auto-dispatch technology, provides a direct link to your campus service technician so the problem can be addressed quickly. If a machine in apartment units with private machines isn't working properly, submit an online maintenance request through our Maintenance Request Portal.
Through participation in the Lighten the Load environmental initiative, the laundry rooms on campus are carbon neutral! The Lighten the Load initiative is designed to raise environmental awareness and offsets 100% of the carbon emissions from the laundry rooms on campus. Over 84 million pounds of CO2 emissions from participating campuses across the country have been offset through investments in methane-destruction projects provided by Carbonfund.org. (All offset projects meet ACUPCC standards.) So every time you use the campus laundry facilities you can feel good about being clean today and green tomorrow.
Linens and Bedding Program
The Linens and Bedding Program is a convenient and simple solution to all of your college bedding needs. Our goal every year is to ensure parents and students have everything they need for Move-In. We do that by providing easy one-stop shopping with an off-campus company that provides an assortment of residence hall room must-haves, including storage solutions, comforters, pillows, mattress pads and blankets.
For more information on our linen services visit the On Campus Market website.
Most of our mattresses are Twin XL (36" wide by 80" long). When you purchase your sheets, check the packaging to find the length of the fitted sheet. Greek Village has double mattresses (53" wide by 80" long).
Mattress covers are not provided for beds during the regular academic school year. You may consider purchasing your own mattress cover since they can be helpful in preventing stain damage to the mattresses. Staining can result in a damage charge being applied to your student account on check out.
Niner Network is the cable television service for the campus residents of UNC Charlotte. It offers more than 100 channels of digital TV. Niner Network has created a number of resources to make it easy to get your television connected and to start watching your favorite TV shows. From the easy set up guide to a complete channel listing, you have all the tools at your disposal to get started in just a few minutes.
UNC Charlotte TV
UNC Charlotte TV is the university’s channel featuring campus updates, athletics news and games, student media, world news, independent documentaries, disc golf and a diverse offering of educational programming. The HD channel is available to all on campus residents on Channel 49.1, with programming schedules available on Zap2It and the television page of the Digital Media Communications website.
Graphic content runs on the channel to provide students current weather conditions, highlights from social media, and headlines from around campus. In the event of a Niner Alert, the message will be relayed through the television channel to provide students with relevant emergency information.
Emergency Alert System
UNC Charlotte’s Niner Network Emergency Alert System is an urgent notification system, by which the University can notify residents of active, major campus/area emergencies. The system is also integrated with the National Emergency Alert in the event it is triggered by government officials or locally by UNC Charlotte Police & Public Safety.
When the University determines there is an active emergency in which the public safety of the campus may be at risk, it will initiate an urgent notification through the Emergency Alert System over the Niner Network TV system.
You will see tests performed at various times to ensure its integrity. In the event of an emergency, important information will display on the television, along with a text to speech conversion of the event.
All of our residential areas offer snack and drink vending machines. There are no change machines. Students can use money deposited on their 49er Card in the vending machines.
- Belk Hall - Third Floor (adjacent to main office)
- Elm Hall - (use Oak or Maple machines)
- Greek Village - (near mail box kiosk)
- Hawthorn Hall - Basement Level (near the Kitchen)
- Holshouser Hall - First Floor (behind elevators)
- Hunt Hall - First Floor (to the left of first floor suite doors)
- Laurel Hall- First Floor (near the Gaming Area)
- Levine Hall- First Floor (in lobby near community kitchen)
- Lynch Hall - First Floor (down hall past main office)
- Maple Hall - First Floor (adjacent to laundry facility)
- Martin Hall - First Floor (off main lobby)
- Miltimore Hall - First Floor (off main lobby)
- Oak Hall - First Floor (lobby area)
- Pine Hall - (use Oak or Maple machines)
- Sanford Hall - Basement Level (adjacent to the laundry facility)
- Scott Hall - Basement Level (near the Laundry Room)
- Wallis Hall - First, Second, and Third Floors
- Witherspoon Hall - First Floor (near Room 115)