University of North Carolina at Charlotte Reviews
I loved my time at UNCC so much that I went back for another degree. The campus is great and is growing at a quick pace. It still has a small university feel because there is no major road running through the middle. The kinesiology program is very demanding and competitive, so make sure you are ready to work hard. Building relationships with the professors is the key to having a smooth ride.
I'm studying Instructional System Technology at UNCC . I have 3.0 GPA I really enjoy this field I'm looking forward to be instructional developer The degree is very interesting and fun and I learn a lot in this filed and I wish to be instructional developer and find great opportunity in this field
I am thankful for my UNCC experience. Rich in diversity, UNCC taught me the value to making meaningful relationships and reaffirmed the notion that all are capable of success. I learned the importance of effective communication and collaboration. Professors provided high-quality work, but were approachable and readily available during office hours to assist students. My experience prepared me to successfully transition and thrive in my career field.
UNCC was a great choice for me for a lot of reasons. There's something to do for everyone and Charlotte is a great place to be. The campus is beautiful, and keeps growing every year.
I enjoyed attending UNC Charlotte. The quality of instruction was very good. The cost of tuition was also very good compared to other schools. The education I got was very good. When I attended UNC Charlotte several years ago, there was not much of an atmosphere of student life on campus. People mostly went home on the weekends and the school turned into a ghost town. From what I gather, that has gotten a lot better now. People are much more willing to stay on weekends and watch football games or soccer. The school has added a new student union that seems to be very popular. The thing that I enjoyed most about my degree was the study abroad program that I participated in. I was able to go to Freiburg for a month and that was an absolutely wonderful experience. The biggest issue that I had and still have with my degree (German) is that I took a lot of culture and literature classes but very few language ones. I did not study German to become a well-rounded person on German culture, I studied it to learn the language. It is super embarrassing now to meet people who know that my major is German and be unable to speak the language very well. My German is truly horrible. I wish that there were more classes offered in the actual language. I did not like how many of my classes were taught in English and did not help me learn the language. I would love to be able to take more German classes, even now as a Graduate student, that would help me get a better grasp of the language.
UNC Charlotte department of Earth and Geology is an amazing collection of great professors. They all love what they do, and they know more than I could hope to ever learn about all the things I am passionate about. Charlotte was close enough to home that I never felt worried or scared about my choices that I made as a first time on my own college student. Charlotte has grown so much since I attended and it continues to grow based on student needs, wants, and interests. They listen to our problems and they correct them.
My experience at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte was one of the greatest of my life! I truly learned a lot about my field of English and about life. Every professor that I had took an interest in me as a student and taught me everything that they knew. I never felt as if I was being cheated of my education at UNCC. No matter which subject I was taking at UNCC for my credit hours, every teacher reached out to me and made it known that they were there for my advancement. The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is one of the greatest institutions in the South!
Good school for grad degrees but no jobs for international students
I was very pleased with the academic aspect of the university including the majors/minors and courses offered, class sizes, and faculty. I did wish that the university didn't have the reputation of being a "commuter school" meaning that most people lived locally and were not around or involved on campus other than attending classes. During my time there, I felt that the university could have done more to engage students and encourage them to stay around on the weekends instead of leaving town to go to other colleges to visit and party or attend sports events. However, I do feel that there is strong school spirit and a sense of pride in the students and faculty.
It's a great university, and highly underrated. There is a lot of interesting research going on across the university, and the professors are very knowledgeable and helpful.