COVID-19 UPDATESAs we continue to adjust to the rapidly changing environment surrounding the Covid-19 virus concerns, beginning Monday, March 23, all courses for the spring 2020 term will be moved online. Students do not need to continue to meet in face to face courses, and in fact, we are discouraging this action for everyone’s safety. We are here to support you in these difficult times, and we know that you have questions and concerns. Please check your Bravemail and Canvas for updates regarding your courses. For those registered for field experience and/or production courses, contact your instructor for further information.
These unprecedented times are new to all of us, and we want you to know the university is here to support you throughout this transition. Additional resources, updates, and information can be found at uncp.edu/ncov to help us navigate. Questions can continue to be sent you may email askUNCP@uncp.edu
- Due to the current situation revolving around the Covid-19 virus, the withdrawal deadline for Spring 2020 regular session courses has been extended until July 31, 2020. Also, students can submit course withdrawals for any undergraduate course (face to face, online, hybrid), via the Online Course Withdrawal Form.
- For information regarding the Emergency Grading and Withdrawal Accommodation click here.
- The start date for 2nd 8 Week courses has been moved to March 23, 2020.
- The deadline to apply for Spring/Summer 2021 graduation has been extended until June 1.
- Information regarding the Spring 2020 Academic Appeals Process can be located here.
- The Pass/Fail Grade Change Form can be located here.
Welcome to the website for the Office of the Registrar at UNC Pembroke!
Our mission is to assist students in meeting their educational goals; maintaining accurate, permanent, confidential records and administering University policies and procedures.
Here, you will find links to many useful resources. There is help with registration, advising, transcripts, drop/add, withdrawing, readmitting, enrollment verification, graduation, grade appeals, transfer credits, overloads, probation/suspension, and Academic Policies and Procedures.
Another useful resource is BraveWeb. BraveWeb allows students to perform many functions online. These include registering for courses, paying tuition and fees, updating contact information and searching for courses.
For more information about services available through the Office of the Registrar, please call 910.521.6298, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us in Lumbee Hall, Room 133.
North Carolina Residency Information
www.ncresidency.org In compliance with state law, the University of North Carolina system now requires students to request a residency classification from the new Residency Determination Service (RDS). RDS is the entity responsible for all new classifications of residency in North Carolina.
The specific requirements for establishing residency for tuition purposes and for eligibility for State financial aid are prescribed by state law. A North Carolina resident for tuition purposes (and for State financial aid consideration) is a person, or a dependent person (dependent according to IRS tax code – not the FAFSA definition of dependency), whose parent or legal guardian has established and maintained legal residence in North Carolina for at least 12 months.
Residence in North Carolina must be legitimate and be a permanent situation rather than just for the purpose of maintaining a residence prior to enrollment at an institution of higher education.
Under North Carolina law, to qualify for in-state residency, you must show that you:
- have established your legal residence (domicile) in North Carolina;
- have maintained that domicile for at least twelve (12) consecutive months before the beginning of the term;
- have a residentiary presence in the state; and
- intend to make North Carolina your permanent home indefinitely (rather than being in North Carolina solely to attend college).
Persons not meeting the 12-month legal residence requirement may be classified as North Carolina residents for tuition purposes only if they fall within one of the limited “exception” categories authorized by the North Carolina Legislature. All others are ineligible for classification as a North Carolina “resident for tuition purposes” and will be charged out-of-state tuition and not be given consideration for State financial aid. To learn more about residency and complete a determination go to Residency Determination Service (RDS) at www.ncresidency.org.