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Scheduling an individual campus visit is quick and easy with our online form. Just fill out the fields below with all the pertinent information.

Select the date you would like to come and visit us. Click submit, and you're all set. A representative of UNCP will email your confirmation soon. The email will have a parking pass attached and sometimes will be sent to your junk or spam folder. Please make sure to check there if you don't get a response. We're looking forward to showing you around campus!

If the date you would like to visit is not available, please contact the Office of Admissions at 910.521.6262 for additional availability.

for High School Group Tours click here.

Graduate Students- Prospective graduate students interested in visiting campus should contact the School of Graduate Studies at 910.521.6271 or grad@uncp.edu

Schedule an Undergraduate Admissions Visit

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Congratulations on taking the first steps toward furthering your education at UNC Pembroke!

Apply Now (Online Version)

As an applicant, you will also need to send some additional items:

Freshman:

  • Send in your $45 application fee.
  • Ask your high school to send transcripts to us.
  • Submit your SAT or ACT scores (UNCP’s codes are 5534 for the SAT and 3138 for the ACT).

Transfer:

  • Send in your $45 application fee.
  • Ask your high school to send official transcripts to us if applicable.
  • Request official transcripts from ALL previously attended colleges and/or universities. Note: Your application will not be reviewed until all college and/or university transcripts have been received.

Readmission:

  • If you have previously attended UNC Pembroke as a degree seeking student, please fill out the Readmission Application. 

Questions about the undergraduate application?

If you have questions about the undergraduate application, contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office at 910.521.6262 or admissions@uncp.edu.

Questions about the graduate application?

If you have questions about the graduate application, contact The Graduate School at 910.521.6271 or grad@uncp.edu.

Accepted Transfer Student Checklist

Congratulations on your acceptance to UNC Pembroke!

As a new transfer student, the links on this page will assist you in becoming part of the rich heritage and academic excellence that is UNCP. The Office of Admissions is always here to assist in making your transition to UNCP as seamless as possible. Please contact us with any questions you have during your transition and we look forward to having you as part of the UNCP family.

Transfer Admitted Student Checklist (PDF - requires Adobe Reader)

1. Set up your Braveweb Account: Your acceptance letter contains yourActivation Code (Secret Code).  Use this to setup your  Brave Web account. Your Braveweb account will be used to register for classes and access accounts such as Financial Aid and BraveMail (email system). 

2. Complete the FAFSAAt this point you can complete your Financial Aid for UNC Pembroke including our FAFSA Code (002954). Please check your BraveMail account as well as personal email account for information from our Financial Aid office including information on additional documentation needed to process your aid. Typically UNC Pembroke awards aid in late March or early April.

3. Register for Housing (if applicable): To complete the application online, a $150.00 deposit must be on file. To pay using a credit or debit card call the Housing Office at: 910.775.4253. After paying the deposit, you will enter the receipt number in the online housing application. 

4. Register for New Student Orientation: Registration Fee is $60.00. All on-campus transfer students are required to complete an Orientation session prior to starting their first semester at UNCP. 

5. Complete Student Health Form: This form can be found in your acceptance packet and also by clicking the link and must be on file prior to the start of classes. 

6. Waive or Accept the Student Insurance: This form should be completed at least eight days prior to the start of classes. Students who do not waive the insurance will be automatically enrolled in UNCP's insurance.

7. Have Final College Transcript sent (if applicable): Request your final high school transcript to be sent after graduation. This information will need to be on file in the Admissions Office by July 1, 2016.

8. Register for your Parking Permit: For students who plan to bring a car to campus, a parking pass is required

Related Links:

Early College High School Graduates

North Carolina Cooperative Innovative High Schools

Applicants from North Carolina Cooperative Innovative High Schools (CIHS) receive special consideration in the admission review for UNC system universities based on North Carolina law. According to House Bill 97 Section 11.16.(a) “any student who graduated from a cooperative innovative high school program with an associate degree and who applies for admission to the constituent institution has the option of being considered for admission as a freshman or as a transfer student.” Download the list of Cooperative Innovative High School Programs by following the link and clicking on the CIHS list to see if your early college high school qualifies. 

Applying as an Early College Graduate

At UNC Pembroke, Early College/North Carolina Cooperative Innovative High School graduates have the option to apply as a first-year freshman or as a transfer student.  If you chose to apply as a first-year freshman, admissions decisions are made on the basis of: completing your minimum high school course requirements; overall weighted grade point average and class rank; plus SAT and/or ACT scores. Please refer to our Freshman Admission Requirements for more information. If you choose to apply as a transfer student, admissions decisions are made on the basis of the total number of transferable college credits and overall transfer GPA. Please refer to our Transfer Admissions Requirements for more information.   

Regardless of which option you choose, we ask you to forward us your official high school transcript, official college transcript, and official ACT/SAT test scores. Note: ACT/SAT scores are not used to make an admission decision for a NC early college graduate with an Associate in Art or Associate in Science degree applying as a transfer student. To ensure your eligibility for housing, merit scholarships and first-year freshman programs, you will be listed as a first-year student with transfer college credit. However, your actual classification will be determined by the total amount of transferable semester hours of credit. Students at UNC Pembroke are classified according to the number of semester hours they’ve earned in keeping with the following table:

Less than 30 hours - Freshman 60 to 89 hours - Junior
30 to 59 hours - Sophomore 90 to graduation - Senior

For more information regarding transfer credits, please refer to Transferring Credits or contact Undergraduate Admissions at 800.949.UNCP (8627) or send an email to admissions@uncp.edu

Application Deadlines

  Fall  Spring Sum I Sum II
First-Year Freshmen June 30 Dec 1 ** **
Transfer Students June 30 ** ** **
Visiting Students* August 1 Dec 1 May 1 June 1
Readmits *** *** *** ***

*      Enrichment/Non-Degree, Certification/Renewal, Transient, Joint Enrollment 

**    Contact Undergraduate Admissions at (910) 521-6262 

***   Contact the Center for Student Success at (910) 521-6625

 

International Students:

Nomination deadline

Fall term: June 1
Spring term: November 1

Application deadline

Fall term: June 15 
Spring term: November 15

Madison Wilcox

Student

Student Degree

BS

Student Major

Exercise and Sport Science

Student Hometown

Lumberton, North Carolina

 

Biography:

I am a sophomore studying Exercise and Sport Science with a concentration in Health Promotions and a minor in Spanish. I plan on pursuing graduate school to become an Occupational Therapist. I have the privilege of being a member of the Honors College as well as the secretary of the Honors Student Council, a Student Ambassador, and a member of the Lambda Sigma Sophomore Society. I love being involved on campus and also participate in the Heath Careers Club, The Literacy Commons, CRU Bible Study and Berea Campus Outreach.

 

Why did you choose to attend UNCP?

When searching for a college, I honestly had dreams of a big school in a big city but decided to stay close to home. I knew UNCP was a great school, but at the time it was not what I had my sights set on, nor did I imagine just how much it has to offer. Soon after visiting campus and being accepted into the honors college program my dreams changed. Every day I fell more and more in love with this University. The small class size and accessibility of the professors has been the catalyst of my success and scholastic confidence. Still being close to home but staying on campus has given me the best of both worlds. I cannot imagine spending these four years anywhere else but here. Being Brave was the best decision for me!

 

What do you like best about UNCP?

There are too many things I like best about UNCP. I honestly do not believe I would be as involved or successful had it not been for the size. The phrase “where learning gets personal” could not be more perfect. The entire faculty is so personable. I would never want to be just another number and here, my professors know me by name. The opportunities that this alone creates are many. As a resident of Robeson County I also appreciate the strong tie the University has to its heritage. UNC Pembroke is the North Carolina’s best kept secret. It is the total college package!

Visiting Campus

Scheduling an individual campus visit is quick and easy with our online form. Just fill out the fields below with all the pertinent information.

Select the date you would like to come and visit us. Click submit, and you're all set. A representative of UNCP will email your confirmation soon. The email will have a parking pass attached and sometimes will be sent to your junk or spam folder. Please make sure to check there if you don't get a response. We're looking forward to showing you around campus!

If the date you would like to visit is not available, please contact the Office of Admissions at 910.521.6262 for additional availability.

for High School Group Tours click here.

Graduate Students- Prospective graduate students interested in visiting campus should contact the School of Graduate Studies at 910.521.6271 or grad@uncp.edu

Schedule an Undergraduate Admissions Visit

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