Set up your official UNC username and email so that you’ll be able to view your financial aid offer and stay in touch with us to receive important updates.
Once you receive an email notification of your financial aid offer, log into ConnectCarolina. Click the Student Center tile, navigate to “View Financial Aid Award,” and select Aid Year/Term “2022 Fall/Spring”.
Share Important Details
We need your accurate Social Security Number (SSN). If you didn’t provide it on your application, please share it with us in your ConnectCarolina Student Center.
Sometimes we need more information to complete your financial aid offer. If we do, we’ll note this in your ConnectCarolina To-Do List, so check there regularly.
Stay Tuned For Your Credit Evaluation (Transfer Students)
After you receive your admissions decision, if you’re an incoming transfer student, we’ll email you your credit evaluation as soon as possible.
If you’d like college credit by exam, send us your official scores via the respective testing service ASAP. See if your scores qualify for credit.
If your coursework was completed at a university outside of the United States, we’ll only be able to complete your transfer credit evaluation after we’ve received your required transcript evaluation by World Education Services, Inc.
Enroll by December 20 in MyCarolina. You’ll officially be a Tar Heel once you accept your offer of admission and pay your $250 non-refundable deposit.
Set up your PIN. To help protect your privacy, you’ll set up a unique number that helps you connect with offices across campus.
Honor code. If you’ve had any school-based disciplinary incidents or criminal charges, excluding any that have been expunged, since applying for admission, email us at email@example.com.
Official transcripts. By January 10, provide provide official copies of your final high school transcript (first-year students) and transcripts for college coursework. If you’ve earned an associate degree from a North Carolina community college, you’ll need to submit a final transcript that includes the date you were awarded your degree. View instructions in MyCarolina.
Academic Preparation (First-year students)
Math placement. If you’re an incoming first-year student, you’ll need to take testing before the end of high school to fulfill the math requirement and gain placement into math courses at Carolina.
Writing placement. All first-year students are required to take English 105. Find more information about writing placement and consider whether you would benefit from taking English 100 first.
Language placement. See what language tests you’ll need to take to receive credit and place into language classes at Carolina.
Test scores. If you’d like college credit by exam, send us your official scores via the respective testing service ASAP. See if your scores qualify for credit.
Sign up for Orientation. Orientation is scheduled for January 5 and will be a virtual experience. You’ll receive an email with instructions on how to register.