Monthly September, 2014

Early college high school gets ribbon-cutting

UNC Charlotte recently hosted a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Charlotte Engineering Early College (CEEC); the event coincided with on-campus meetings by the N.C. State Board of Education. University, local and state leaders talked about how the CEEC was an example of innovative, educational concepts that have increased in popularity across North Carolina. Chancellor Philip

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39th International Festival live streamed to the world

New audiences became aware of UNC Charlotte’s International Festival through a collaborative effort between the Office of International Programs and the Office of University Communications. A live webcast, portions of which were viewed by roughly 825 people in the United States and more than 150 internationally, highlighted the festival activities, and a segment produced by

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CATS – Welcome Aboard!

On your way to work, school, shopping or just out for a little fun, the increasing traffic you encounter every day is evidence that Charlotte-Mecklenburg has become one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation. In fact, the region is now home to more than 1.5 million people. CATS has over 70 bus and rail routes

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UNCC Housing

All our Condos/ Apartments/ Single Rooms and Townhomes are located less than 0.5 mile from UNCC, very close to all basic and essential stores, access to the best amenities in the area, and free to live college the way you deserve. All-Inclusive Utilities Electricity & Water  High-Speed WiFi Internet Dedicated Ethernet Ports in each Bedroom

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