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New Graduate Students

Student Accounts: All UNC Pembroke processes require that you establish a student account. If you have received a letter of admission to a program and are not currently registered at UNC Pembroke, use the link to the right to complete this process. Your "secret code" will come from the School of Graduate Studies and Research in your letter of admission. If you have a letter of admission but no code, please contact the School of Graduate Studies and Research office quickly at grad@uncp.edu or 910.521.6271.

Email? We understand that most graduate students have professional or home email accounts, but it is essential that you have and use a UNC Pembroke email account. This is the university's primary official means of communication with students and you are responsible for information disseminated via email.

Current Mailing Address is very important for all graduate students to keep the School of Graduate Studies and Research informed when you have a change of address and/or telephone number.

Orientation will include both general sessions and workshop breakout sessions. The program will provide an update on graduate policies and procedures, an overview of library resources available to graduate students, and an introduction to a variety of campus offices and services. You will have an opportunity to meet with your program director.

The bookstore, Bursar's Office, campus safety office (for parking permits), financial aid office, and other facilities will be open for your convenience. Student ID pictures will be made for those who do not yet have a BravesOne card.

Specific Information for Students Admitted to a Licensure Program

Candidates admitted to graduate programs leading to licensure must complete the Graduate Candidate Dispositions Self-Assessment and Goal Setting survey. Data from this self-assessment are used by Program Directors as they consider ways in which their programs can assist candidates to develop and/or strengthen positive professional dispositions. Candidates take the survey twice--at time of admission (entry) to a graduate program and near the time of program completion (exit). The appropriate graduate Program Director receives a copy of the entry survey and keeps a copy on file for each candidate while he/she is enrolled in the program. Please complete the survey by clicking on the appropriate link to the right.