All new transfer students are encouraged to review the Transfer Enrollment Brochure for important steps you will need to complete to confirm your enrollment at Carolina and to ensure a smooth transition. Please review the 2012 Transfer Welcome Brochure that is sent with letters of admission. If you have any questions about next steps, don’t hesitate to contact the Office of New Student & Carolina Parent Programs at 919-962-8304 or email@example.com.
As Soon as Possible
1. Create your ONYEN and UNC email account. The Onyen, which stands for the "only name you'll ever need" is your passport to your UNC email account and other UNC services. After creating your Onyen, the UNC Guest ID that you previously used to log into my.unc.edu will be deactivated. Instead, you'll log into my.unc.edu with your Onyen and new password. You will receive important information, including information about your financial aid award, through your UNC email account, which you'll be able to access through my.unc.edu after setting up your Onyen.
2. Visit advising.unc.edu. Click on “For Students, Advice by Year” and read the “Transfer Students” section
3. Register for classes before June 1 at my.unc.edu It is important for you to register for courses by this date to ensure better class availability. Waiting to register for courses after this date may limit course selection.
4. Schedule an appointment to speak with your academic advisor. Appointments are available in person, or by phone or Skype. You'll also meet with an advisor during Transfer Orientation (in a small group), but we encourage you to begin making plans before June 1.
5. Register for Transfer Orientation. The deadline to reserve your space is August 1.
BY MAY 15:
Submit online immunization and medical form.
BY MAY 16:
Enroll and pay $250 enrollment deposit. You may enroll and pay the deposit through my.unc.edu or return the reply form included in your admission package.
BY JUNE 15:
1. Submit online housing application.
2. Ask an official at your school to submit your final transcript to Undergraduate Admissions (if you are enrolled in Spring 2011 courses)
3. Submit your updated community standards form.