Catalogue Change: Jan. 22, 2021
M.Ed. Ed. D. — Director of Transition Programs
Catalogue Change: Sept., 2020
Updated list of Academic Affairs officers to include the following officers: Kati Chipps, Director, SPARC; Leanne Prete, Director, RIO; Jeremy Summers, Director, Artistic Operations; and Fidias Reyes, Director, Arts Engagement.
Calendar Change: May 6, 2021
Adjusted Commencement and Semester end dates for Spring 2022.
May 13-14 |
Semester Begins - Commencement
(last day of finals May 5 - semester ends)
May 14, May 16, Monday |
Spring semester and Academic Year ends
14, 16, Monday |
Spring semester and Academic Year ends
Calendar Change: 4/29/21:
Added the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 Faculty Meeting dates to the calendar (Sept. 9 and Apr. 6 respectively).
Calendar Change: 10/5/20:
|July 14, Wednesday July 7, Wednesday |Last day to withdraw with a W - undergraduate students
|July 21, Wednesday, July 14, Wednesday |Last day to withdraw with a W - graduate students
|July 28, Wednesday July 21, Wednesday |Reading Day
|y 29, Thursday July 22 Thursday |Final Examinations/Term Ends
Catalogue Change: 10/1/20:
Spring 2021 Calendar (Calendar updates due to continued impacts of Covid 19.)
|January 7 January 13-May 7, 8 |Semester Begins-Commencement
|January 11 January 20-April 28 |Classes Start-End
|January 1, Friday
||New Year’s Day holiday
|January 4, Monday
|January 7, Thursday
||Spring semester begins
|January 13, Wednesday
||Faculty return date
|January 18, Monday
||No classes (Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday)
|January 11, Monday January 20, Wednesday |First day of classes
|January 19, Tuesday January 27, Wednesday |Last day to drop or add a class
|February 2, Tuesday
|*Spring Break has
|arch 19, Friday March 25, Thursday |Last day to withdraw with a W - undergraduate students
|April 1, Thursday
|April 2, Friday
||No classes (Good Friday holiday)
|pril 8, Friday April 15, Thursday |Last day to withdraw with a W - graduate students
|April 28, Wednesday
||Last day of classes
|April 29, Thursday
|April 30-May 6, Friday-Thursday
||Final examinations (See exam schedule)
|May 7-8, Friday-Saturday
|May 10, Monday
||Spring semester and Academic Year ends
Summer 2021 Calendar:
Catalogue Change: 01/19/21:
|July 7, July 14, Wednesday |Last day to withdraw with a W - undergraduate students
|July 14, July 21, Thursday |Last day to withdraw with a W - graduate students
|July 20, July 27, Tuesday |Last day of classes
|July 21, July 28, Wednesday |Reading Day
|July 22, July 29, Thursday |Final examinations (See exam schedule)/Term Ends
Catalogue Change: 4/13/21:
Added the date for the Spring Faculty Meeting to the calendar.
Spring 2021 Calendar
|April 27, Tuesday
||Spring Faculty Meeting (virtual meeting)
Clincal Research B.S.
Catalogue Change: 10/8/20:
Clarified paragraph heading to say “Student Learning Outcomes” instead of “Program Objectives”.
Music Education, B.M.
Catalogue Change 3/2/21:
Edited credit hours in Core title: “Core Requirements Common to all Music Curricula (
21 22 credit hours):”
Physical Oceanography Minor
Catalogue Change: 4/13/21
Corrected an error in the calculation of total credit hours for the minor, changing the total from 21 hours to 17 hours.
Catalogue Change: May 7, 2021
CLR 499 - Honors Work in Clinical Research
This course may be repeated, but the repeatable hours were erroneously listed as 3. Corrected the maximum repeatable hours to 6 to align with other 499 courses.
GGY 333 Applied Climatology
Added the sentence “Three lecture and three laboratory hours each week.” to the course description. References to lecture and lab hours had been inadvertently omitted from the course description.
CRM 301 Sociological Data Analysis and Interpretation
Clarified prerequisite language:
CRM 105 or SOC 105 or CRM 300 or SOC 300 or STT 215 or MAT 111 or a score of 4 or higher on the UNCW math placement test.
Prerequisite courses or higher, excluding excluding MAT 141 and MAT 142 , or appropriate math placement score.
CRM 105 or SOC 105 , and CRM 300 or SOC 300 , STT 215 or MAT 111 or higher (excluding MAT 141. MAT 142), or a score of 4 or higher on the UNCW math placement test.
COM 424 - Applying Coordinated Management of Meaning to the World Around Us
Clarified prerequisite language.
COM 305, and COM 200 with a minimum grade of “B.” COM 200 with a minimum grade of ‘B’, and COM 305.”
PBH 499 - Honors Work in Public Health
Catalogue Change: 12/2/20:
Amended the repeatability of the course to show that the course is repeatable to a maximum of 6 credits.
Faculty - Faculty Emeriti
Catalogue Change: 1/14/21:
The following faculty were inadvertently omitted from the Faculty emeriti listing and have been added to the catalogue:
James Reeves, Ph.D., professor emeritus of chemistry
Lee Jackson, Ph.D., professor emeritus of psychology
Jack Hall, Ph.D, professor emeritus of envronmental sciences
Linda Mechling, Ph.D., professor emerita of early childhood, elementary, middle, literacy and special education
Christopher Fonvielle, Ph.D., associate professor emeritus of history
Earl Sheridan, Ph.D., professor emeritus of public and international affairs
Cecil Willis, Ph.D., professor emeritus of sociology
Student Support Offices and Services
Catalogue Change: 1/22/21
Brian Victor, Ph.D. Amber Resetar, Esq.
Interim ADA/504 Compliance Officer
University of North Carolina Wilmington
Office of Student Leadership and Engagement
The Office of Student Leadership and Engagement creates opportunities in which UNCW students and fraternities & sororities can engage in their communities and serve others, practice leadership and inspire positive change, act congruently with their values, and celebrate excellence. Opportunities to engage include but are not limited to leadership conferences and workshops, weekly service projects with nonprofits in Wilmington, large-scale service programs and Community Service Trips during semester breaks, and membership in a nationally recognized fraternity or sorority. We also celebrate students’ engagement through the Cornerstone Awards and the Dub Awards. By engaging in programs with the Office of Student Leadership and Engagement, students will:
Understand the relevance and importance of engagement in their community
Develop their capacities to practice leadership for positive change
Develop an awareness of their own values, while also learning to respect the diverse perspectives of others
Increase their awareness, understanding, and ownership of community needs and social responsibility
Make meaning of their experiences in order to utilize their skills and abilities in myriad contexts
Celebrate their own and others’ learning and development
For more information about Student Leadership and Engagement, visit us online at http://www.uncw.edu/osle/, call us at 910-962-3877, or stop by the Fisher Student Center Room 2029.