Fall Break is Monday, October 7 and Tuesday, October 8.
Because of the home football game Saturday October 5, Crown Commons will be open for brunch from 8:30 am until 1:30 pm and Starbucks will open early, at 7:00 am.
Barnes & Noble at UNC Charlotte Bookstore
To celebrate National Student Day (October 3, 2013) Barnes & Noble College Bookstores is running a social media promotion in partnership with Habitat for Humanity International. All you have to do is submit a photo via Instagram, Facebook or Twitter which captures "social responsibility" — meaning, images of your volunteer activities, student group efforts, etc. For every photo submitted with the hashtag #studentsdoinggood, Barnes and Noble College will donate $1 to Habitat, up to $25,000.
CATS will operate the two inbound trips from Kannapolis and Concord to UNC Charlotte for passengers traveling to the football game and two outbound trips back for passengers to return from the game.
Route 80X Concord Express will operate from the following park-and-ride lots on Saturday August 31, Saturday September 7, and Saturday September 14:
Just in time for the campus shuttle to resume service on Monday — a much-asked-for-and-long-awaited transport tracking system will be up and running. Now the answer to the question, "When will the next bus arrive?" is available via smartphone or website.
To better serve new and returning students and staff, several Business and Auxiliary Services areas will have extended and weekend hours in the days before classes begin:
Registration Week Hours for 49er ID Card, Meal Plans, deposits to 49er card accounts
Take advantage of the N.C. Sales Tax exemption established by the General Assembly for the State of North Carolina. Barnes & Noble at UNC Charlotte bookstore (on the main floor of the Student Union) will be open Friday August 2, 2009 from 8:00 am - 7:00 pm, Saturday, August 3, 10:00 am – 7:00 pm, and on Sunday, August 4 from 12:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
When parking permits prices for academic year 2013-2014 were announced in May, there were plenty of comments — seen on Twitter and heard elsewhere — from those annoyed about another annual price increase. That's understandable. No one likes paying more, especially when they don’t understand why a product or service costs what it does.
So, why does it cost so much to park on campus?
Additional changes/closures are required to complete the repair and maintenance of Cone Decks I and II.
Top level of Cone Deck 1 (closest to University Rd.) will reopen
Top and bottom levels of Cone Deck 2 (facing SAC) will both close
Culinary expertise on campus continues to impress as UNC Charlotte's dining services partner, Chartwells, adds two new chefs, Jason Shillinglaw and Marcello Molina. UNC Charlotte now has seven chefs with over 160 years of combined experience.