Welcome to UNC Charlotte and Niner Nation! The staff within the Division of Student Affairs are committed to your personal, educational, mental and physical success as students.
College is a once-in-a-lifetime experience! There are no do-overs once you graduate so I encourage you to take advantage of everything UNC Charlotte has to offer. Live on campus. Join a fraternity or sorority or one of over 400 student organizations. Cheer for Niner Nation at an athletic event. If you want to talk to someone about depression, anxiety, gender or racial identity issues, or relationship issues, contact CAPS (Counseling and Psychological Services). If you don't have enough to eat, visit the Jamil Niner Food Pantry.
Opportunities abound. The more you put into your college experience the more you will get out of it. And should you stumble or falter, we are here to help you recover. If you can't find what you're looking for on the website, contact us at email@example.com or on Twitter at @unccvcsa.
Dr. Kevin W. Bailey
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
When gold miners first came to our area, they would literally stake their claim with wooden stakes and a small note proclaiming their right to this land for mining. “Stake Your Claim” engages all members of our community and alumni to take pride in that pioneering spirit and tenacity of claiming your territory. For students, staking your claim to UNC Charlotte helps build your affinity for and connection to the University. It is your obligation to explore the campus and the city and find out where you can make your mark and leave your legacy. Get involved!
Most students do not come to college knowing what student affairs is or that there is a rewarding career to be had in it. Whether you were an RA, peer mentor, fraternity or sorority member, intramurals sports competitor, building manager or tour guide you have already been exposed the field of student affairs. Annually, October is Careers in Student Affairs month where formal programs occur on college campuses to expose students to the field of student affairs. At UNC Charlotte, there is a master's and doctoral programs in Educational Leadership with an emphasis on Student Affairs. Many UNC Charlotte alumni have completed their undergraduate degrees then pursued a graduate degree in Student Affairs or Higher Education Administration as a result of the positive experience they’ve had at UNC Charlotte. Meet some of our alumni and read their student affairs stories below.