Campus Diversity Resources

General Resources

  • Office of Disability Services
    A part of academic services, DS is responsible for ensuring access to academic programs and campus facilities for individuals with disabilities.
  • The Office of International Programs
    OIP seeks to make international understanding and global awareness a fundamental part of the curriculum and an integral part of campus programming for both students and faculty.
  • UNC Charlotte Counseling Center
    A department of Counseling and Health Services whose primary goal is to provide wellness-related programs and services to UNC Charlotte.

Resources for Students

  • Academic Affairs
    The diversity division of the Academic Affairs Department at UNC Charlotte actively seeks to promote diversity in its educational environment through its recruitment, enrollment, and hiring practices.
  • Multicultural Resource Center
    Promotes individual student learning and development, while encouraging a student-involved campus community, that explores the many facets of diversity and human relations.
    • Multicultural Student Organizations
      Through MRC, the University offers over 100 student organizations that cater to racial and ethnic minority issues, diversity, and culture.
    • Religious and Spiritual Life
      A sub unit of the MRC, serves as a liaison for faith related matters within the University community.
    • Sex and Gender Diversity
      The University offers a variety of programs and resources for students interested in learning more about the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning community.
  • Office of Veteran Student Outreach
    Strives to create a successful transition and retention of veteran students through outreach and advocacy on campus.
  • Office of Multicultural Academic Services
    Offers tutoring, academic advice, workshops and organizations which foster social and educational growth to undergraduate and graduate students from traditionally underrepresented populations.
  • The Center for Graduate Life Ombudsman
    Students can contact an ombud, a neutral third party, to express concerns confidentially on issues arising within the University setting, both personal and/or academic.

Resources for Faculty & Staff

  • The UNC Charlotte Faculty Ombuds Office
    Provides an alternative resource for the management, prevention and resolution of conflicts arising among the faculty and administration of the University they may speak in confidence about issues of concern encountered in the workplace.
  • UNC Charlotte ADVANCE
    This program builds faculty diversity and promotes faculty success through research and programming on recruitment, re-appointment, promotion and tenure practices; policy reform; mentoring; leadership and career development.
  • UNC Charlotte Human Resources Department
    Provides valuable information regarding current employment opportunities, benefit options, training opportunities, personnel policies/procedures, and other helpful resources to current employees and/or supervisors at the University.