Connect with OASES 

The Office of Adult Students and Extended Services is fully committed to working with you to ensure your academic success! Let us help you develop your academic plan, identify interests and career goals, choose a program of study, and select resources that support student success. Please visit our OASES Advising services web page for more information on advising hours, and directions for scheduling an advising appointment.


I'm a current student. How do I meet with an advisor?
 

OASES advisors are here to help! If you have an assigned OASES advisor, please schedule an appointment in Connect. Other students can send an email to adultstudents@uncc.edu or call 704-687-5104 to schedule an advising meeting.


Click on image below to read April Ryley's article on being a nontraditional/adult student:  


Is OASES offering events for adult and non-traditional students?

Yes! We host a number of events to help you connect with students like you! Check out our student events page for upcoming events.


​​I'm a prospective student. How do I contact OASES?  

We're excited to connect with you as you make plans for the coming year! Call or email our office to connect with an OASES advisor to discuss an academic plan that works for you! If you need extended hours for scheduling an advising appointment, OASES advisors are available from 7:30 am until 6:00 pm, Tuesday and Wednesday during the semester (please check for changes in office hours during the holidays and spring/fall breaks). 


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OASES Office

Barnard 106
Directions to the Barnard Office

704‑687‑5104
Fax: 704‑687‑1690
adultstudents@uncc.edu

Office Hours

Office hours:
Monday through Friday| 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
 
 
Accessibility:
Please contact Niner Paratransit to register for the service or to arrange a convenient location for the meeting.

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How do I apply as an adult student?

 

Admissions/Adult Student information

 

Can I meet with an advisor first?

 

 

Who is an adult or non-traditional student?