UNCC Resources Links
Diversity - This office seeks to promote diversity in the university educational environment.
Diversity Challenge Fund - The purpose of this fund is to support faculty, staff and student initiatives promoting the daily value of diversity in the intellectual life of the campus.
Multicultural Academic Services - Assist Students from traditionally underrepresented populations in the awarness and availability of academic support services that aid in retention and graduation from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Some of the services offered, but not limited to are: academic advising, workshops, peer counseling, tutoring, information and referrals to other university resources and academic support.
Latino Student Services - Latino Student Services Offices provide a safe inclusive space for Latino Students to build a community, strive for academic and social success. Latino Student Services Offices support students and help organizations promote their events while promoting the Latino Culture.
More Information about The University of North Carolina at Charlotte has to offer, including admissions, academics, research, athletics, among others please visit the UNCC link (or the UNCC logo at the top of this page).
Other helpful Organizations
Best Colleges.com: Scholarships for Hispanic and Latino Students - To address the issue of affordability, the college planning team at BestColleges.com created a holistic financial aid guide specifically for Hispanic and Latino students. The page also provides a comprehensive listing of 40+ scholarships and grant opportunities.
SACNAS Summer Leadership Institute (SLI) - It is a premier 5 day course geared toward emerging URM scientist who wish to master leadership skills. For more information watch the following video or visit the website
Center for Online Education
- Financial Aid Guide For Hispanic Students
- Financial Aid Guide for Minority Students
- College help for Undocumented Students
I have DACA, What Now? - Power Point Presentation
Common Reactions to the Repeal of DACA
Strategies for a Being a Better Ally to Undocumented Communities