Tropical Storm Ian

Campus will resume standard operations on October 1 at 1 p.m. For more info, visit uncp.edu/ian.

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Resources for Current Students

Do you need tutoring for your Spring 2022 classes?

The Tutoring Center is offering peer tutoring for the fall semester Monday - Friday. Tutoring services are offered from 9:00am-9:00pm via Webex or face to face. Peer tutors are available to help better understand material as well as freshening up your skills to maintain good grades!  If you are interested in scheduling an appointment for your general education requirement classes, please contact Whitney Jackson at whitney.jackson@uncp.edu.

 

Scholarship Opportunities

AIHC staff will share scholarship opportunities as we learn about them. Please note this is not an exhaustive list of scholarships. Be sure to apply for scholarships through UNCP's BraveAssist portal, professional organizations, church groups, your tribe, and other national organizations. If you have a scholarship opportunity to share, please email Dr. Ashley McMillan at ashley.mcmillan@uncp.edu

2022 United Tribes Scholarship - due 1/31/2022

United Tribes of North Carolina believes in promoting educational opportunities for American Indian Students. Since the creation of the United Tribes Scholarship Award, over $100,000 has been awarded to deserving students pursuing higher education degrees. We are proud to continue this worthwhile tradition. Five scholarships for $500 are to be awarded. Access the application here

Additional Opportunities

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Health Disparities in Tribal Communities Internship Program - due 3/1/2022

Sponsored by National Institute of Neurological Disorder and Stroke (NINDS), National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD), and the Tribal Health Research Office (THRO), the HDTC-SIP is a full-time summer paid internship for a diverse cadre of undergraduate and graduate students with a strong interest in health disparities in tribal communities and neuroscience research. Attached please find the program brochure which includes general information about the program and detailed guidance for our current application process.  The 2021-2022 application cycle closes on March 1, 2022. For more information, visit here

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Health Career Connection - Summer 2022 HCC Internship Program

Health Career Connection (HCC) offers a comprehensive paid summer health internship and professional development program to undergraduate students and recent graduates pursuing health care, public health, health management, biopharma and health-related careers. Students can apply here for internships in HCC’s four California regions or our New England, New York, North Carolina, Tennessee, Chicago, Detriot, Minneapolis or Washington D.C. regions. Interns are provided an educational stipend and have the unique opportunity to:

  • Gain hands-on exposure and experience
  • Strengthen their network
  • Discover or affirm their health career direction
  • Find mentors
  • Develop professional skills
  • Secure jobs (70% are offered a full-time job or extended internship)
  • Increase competitiveness for graduate education (Public Health, Medicine, Mental Health, and Business)

To ensure safe experiences for students during the COVID-19 pandemic, HCC works with host organizations to provide in-person, hybrid, or virtual internships that comply with health regulations.

HCC is open to all undergraduate students and recent graduates. Students enrolled in graduate programs are not eligible to apply. HCC strongly encourages BIPOC students, first-generation students, and those from economically challenged and underserved backgrounds to apply.

To apply, students should submit their application and required materials by December 13th to be considered for early decision. Any applicants wanting to be specifically considered for internships in biotechnology, biopharmaceuticals, bioinformatics, health IT, or digital health must apply by December 13th.

Apply here

Campus Resources

There are several resources available to UNCP students, below are a few are just of those few services. We encourage you to take advantage of everything the university has to offer you!

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Tutoring Services

Need help better understanding your course material? Sign up for FREE tutoring services. Each sessions lasts approximately one hour and is led by either a professional staff/faculty or a peer tutor. Tutoring can be offered in-person or virtually. Fore more information click here

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TRIO Support Services

The TRIO Program at UNCP provides additional support to first-generation colleges students, low-income students, and students with disabilities who are seeking their bachelor's degree. The programs aims to help students overcome class, social, and cultural barriers to higher education. For more information, visit TRIO's website

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University Writing Center

Would you like to strengthen your writing skills and build the foundations for successful academic and professional writing? The University Writing Center is here to help! Students can work with a tutor to brainstorm topic ideas, draft, revise, and edit written assignments. Please note that all services for the 2020-2021 are virtual. Learn more about the University Writing Center here

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Accessibility Resource Center

The office of Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) provides, arranges, and coordinates accommodations for students in courses, programs, services, activities, and facilities. Accommodations include services such as note takers, textbooks on tape, schedule modification, and alternative testing. To learn more, read about ARC here

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CARE Resource Center

The UNCP CARE Resource Center includes an on-campus food pantry and professional clothing closet open to students, faculty, staff, and community members. Students are welcome to visit the pantry twice per month. The pantry is located in Wellons Halls, Suite C. For hours of operation and more details, click here

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Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)

CAPS offers clinical mental health services, prevention education programs, and advocacy services to support the well-being and academic success of UNCP students. Please note that there are no cost or limits on sessions. To learn more, visit here

Downloadable Resources