Through Part-time Classroom Studies, part-time students can take classroom courses for credit on campus at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Graduate and undergraduate courses are open during the day on a space-available basis, and a core curriculum of undergraduate courses is offered at night. (Some courses may be unavailable due to space limitations or departmental restrictions.) All courses are credit-granting and will become part of your permanent record at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Students do not need to have previously taken college-level courses or have earned a college degree; however, admission to UNC-Chapel Hill as a part-time student is required. For general information on who can apply, scroll down to the Part-time Classroom Studies Admissions heading in the Admissions section of the Undergraduate Bulletin. For more specific information, scroll down to Admission to Part-time Classroom Studies in the Undergraduate Admissions section of the Undergraduate Bulletin. (Note: These sources are from the Undergraduate Bulletin but refer to both undergraduate and postbaccalaureate admissions.)
Note About Registration: Students are using a new registration system, ConnectCarolina, to register for classes held on campus. For instructions, helpful tips, and useful resources about this new process, see Student Guide: How to Register.