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Date Published: October 3, 2018

Return to Campus Living takes place during the month of November 2018!

We hope that you will return to campus housing for the Fall 2019 - Spring 2020 academic year. Current residents have the unique opportunity to earn priority status for housing by participating in Return to Campus Living. If you apply for housing during the campaign, you will not have to submit a $200 deposit. 

All current residents interested in living on campus for the Fall 2019 - Spring 2020 academic year may apply starting November 1, 2018. Learn more about Return to Campus Living here. 

 



Date Published: October 2, 2018

Joining UNC Charlotte in the ​Spring? Officially make it your new home by living on campus​. The Spring 201​9 Housing Application is available now​! To apply, visit our homepage and click the Apply/Login button.

Living on a college campus is a once-in-a-lifetime experience and our buildings are among the finest you'll find anywhere. Enjoy a richer college experience by living on campus and connecting with over 6,000 other students on the same journey.

With 1​7 residence halls and a Greek Village on campus, the Niner Nation community offers a convenient location, friendships and accommodations that will make you feel right at home. It’s a proven fact that students who live on campus have higher GPAs and graduation rates. Explore our housing options here​.​

If you have any questions, ​please ​email​ us at hrlmailbox@uncc.edu.



Date Published: September 21, 2018

The 2019-20 Resident Advisor (RA) application is officially open through October 5 at 11:59 pm on Hire-A-Niner.

The Resident Advisor (RA) position is one of the most important leadership positions a student can hold at UNC Charlotte. As a RA you will be responsible for creating community and a home away from home for our students. Primary responsibilities include getting to know each person in your community so you can be an effective peer helper when needed. Additionally you will focus most of your time on creating a community where everyone feels valued, safe and able to excel as a student.

Visit the RA website for more information on the position & how to apply!
 



Date Published: August 28, 2018

Housing and Residence Life has partnered with Athletics to give one lucky resident a once in a lifetime game day experience this football season!

Each home game, one on-campus resident will be selected as the Resident of the Game. The Resident of the Game winner will receive:

  • VIP seats on the sideline (field level) for the first half of the game
  • Prime seats in the student section for the second half of the game
  • Free 49er gear
  • Free food and drinks (Chick-Fil-A/Bojangles)

Now we wouldn’t want the Resident of the Game to enjoy all these perks alone, so each winner will get to select one friend to tag along with them throughout the entire game day experience. 

More details/sign up here!



Date Published: January 31, 2018

This week, students planning to live on campus for fall 2018 will submit their residence preferences. As you consider your options, please be aware of a significant campus change that will soon be underway—and how that might affect your housing decision.

Moore Hall and Sanford Hall have been designated to be replaced. After careful evaluation, it has been determined that the cost to renovate these long standing structures is much higher than building a single new, modern one. Both halls will be open for fall—with Moore Hall earmarked for demolition in January 2019.

Students choosing Moore Hall for fall are able to secure a private single room at the double tower rate and will receive priority placement for spring 2019—to offset the inconvenience of moving out at the conclusion of the fall semester. In addition, these students will be given moving assistance to their spring 2019 on-campus locations. (Note: Sanford Hall will be open for the entire 2018-19 academic year and demolished soon after.)

The University is committed to offering a range of contemporary and affordable on-campus housing options to ensure greater access to the opportunity of a UNC Charlotte education, particularly with the continuing development of higher-priced rental units in and around University City. At the same time, the arrival of light rail on campus in March and reduced pricing for student riders makes on-campus living an attractive and viable option for more students. This new hall is part of a wave of coming campus improvements, including the new health and wellness center, new Admissions and visitors center, renovations to the Career Center, and new science building.

Please contact us at 704-687-7501 or hrlmailbox@uncc.edu with any questions.