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 Updated Enrollment Appointments Process

For the Fall 2022 semester we have changed the way students receive enrollment appointments. Please click here to view the Undergraduate Enrollment Guide and FAQ.

   COVID-19 Student Records FAQ

Click the following link for a list of frequently asked questions on the official grading accommodation and graduation policy that has been updated due to the spread of COVID-19 in our community.  UNC Chapel Hill’s COVID-19 FAQ

  Registrar Office Hours and Services Availability

The Office of the University Registrar has staff available to assist you, Monday thru Friday from 8am until 5pm. Due to the spread of COVID-19, we are practicing social distancing, and many of our staff are working remotely. Please reach out to us with any needs or questions at or (919) 962-3954.

We are offering on-site appointments for limited services on Monday through Friday from 10am until 4pm. Appointments are required to visit our office.

You may make an appointment for the following:

  1. In-person review or pick up of student records, including printed transcripts and diplomas
  2. Pick up of enrollment certificates
  3. Notary and apostille services

Click here to make an appointment.

Reminder: Staff are available between 8am and 5pm at or (919) 962-3954.

Important Academic Dates

Don’t forget these upcoming deadlines and events.

Note: For a complete list of academic dates please visit the Academic Calendar page.

  • 08/14– Fall New Student Convocation
  • 08/15– Fall Classes and Late Registration Begin
  • 08/19– Fall Last day for students to add classes to their schedule in ConnectCarolina for Fall
  • 08/26– Undergraduate Class Drop (No Record) Period Ends 5 P.M.
    Last day for students or schools/dept. to drop a class in ConnectCarolina and reduce course load, with tuition adjusted and no record of the class. Full time students must maintain 12 credit hours.
  • 08/27– Undergraduate Class Drop (On Record) Period Begins
    Undergraduate students can drop classes in ConnectCarolina. The class remains on the student record with a withdrawal grade notation. Full-time students must maintain a minimum of 12 credit hours. (Dropping all classes requires a term withdrawal and follows the withdrawal and prorated refund policy.)
  • 09/05– Labor Day Holiday – No Classes Held
  • 09/06– Well-Being Day – No Classes Held

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