UNCC Delaying Start of Fall Semester Due to COVID-19

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The University of North Carolina Charlotte will be resuming in-person instruction this fall, but the semester won't begin as originally planned on August 24. Instead, life on campus will resume for the fall semester on September 7, two weeks later. 

"We know how critical in-person instruction, hands-on learning, and activities with friends and peers are to a well-rounded student experience," Chancellor Philip Duboissaid in a letter to the campus community. "As faculty and staff, we miss our interactions with students and each other, experiences that are important to maintaining the sense of community we feel deeply at UNC Charlotte."

Chancellor Dubois said when weighing the decision on when to return to in-person instruction, the university consulted both the UNC System and public health officials. 

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