Operations Update

Graduate School operations are continuing in an online/virtual capacity as a precaution against the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19.  All staff in the Graduate School are available virtually to answer student, faculty and staff questions Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.  Please use our subject matter email boxes, email our representatives directly, view resources on our websites Graduate School, Graduate Admissions and Center for Graduate Life, or reach us via phone at (704) 687-5503.  

Our top priority is the health of our students, faculty and staff, and we thank you for your understanding and patience as we all navigate through these challenging times.  Please visit the NinerNationCares website for current campus information and resources for the fall and spring semesters.

 

WELCOME TO GRADUATE EDUCATION AT UNC CHARLOTTE

150+

Graduate Programs

5,900

Graduate Students

7

Colleges

Our Mission

The Graduate School supports and advances the delivery of high-quality graduate education that reflects changing regional and state academic needs. The Graduate School advocates for graduate research and scholarship that contribute to economic, social and cultural advancement.

Our Programs

The Graduate School offers over 150 graduate degree programs, including more than 24 doctoral programs, in a wide variety of fields and specialties such as architecture, biomedical engineering, computing, engineering, and health administration. 

Our Students

More than 5,300 students are enrolled in our graduate programs, representing 39 states in the U.S., Europe, Asia, Africa, Central and South America.  The Graduate School has approximately 750 members of the Regular Graduate Faculty teaching and mentoring graduate students.

Our location

The Graduate School is located on the second floor of Cato Hall, at the east end of campus.  Our address for mobile maps is 9135 Mary Alexander Road, Charlotte, NC  28223.  Download our campus map.  Visitors should park in the East Deck, Visitor Parking lot just in front of our building.

 
The Dean of the Graduate School is Dr. Thomas Reynolds.

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