OASES is committed to supporting and enhancing the educational experiences of the adult learner. Returning to college can be challenging and some policies and procedures may have changed since you were here before. Please take advantage of the services in OASES to support your academic success.
Steps for Success!
Step One: Fill out the readmit application
Follow the process for readmission for former students and submit application.
- Contact OASES (704-687-5104) to discuss general education requirements, understand new college policies, and to reconnecting with to your academic department.
Step Two: Once you are readmitted - Advising and Registration
- Reactivate your NinerNet Account. If you have declared your major, you will need to contact your major advisor or department for an advising appointment to discuss registration and to lift the advising hold.
Step Three: Preparing for the semester
If you have been out of the classroom for a number of years, you may want to attend one of our Adult Student Orientation Webinar events. Learn about scholarships and services for adult learners, tips for academic success, and getting prepared to start the semester!
Submit your immunization forms to the Student Health Center.
Waive or enroll in UNC Charlotte’s health insurance. All students are required to show proof of health insurance or pay the fee for coverage through the University.
File your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application online.
Check out the OASES website for Scholarship Opportunties and submit your application through the Niner Scholars portal.
Join our Adult Student Connections Canvas page. Accept the invitation to meet other adult learners, get answers to your questions about being an adult student at UNC Charlotte, and find helpful resource information. Don't see the course invitation? Click here to enroll in this free resource.
49er Finish Students
The 49er Finish Program assists former undergraduate UNC Charlotte students with 90+ credit hours, 2.0 CGPA or better, and in good academic, disciplinary, and financial standing to develop a plan for completing a degree. Using a personal advising approach, the program aims to make the transition as smooth as possible for 49er Finish students returning to UNC Charlotte.