As the region's leading public higher education institution and urban research university, UNC Charlotte is a driving force of growth, discovery and innovation for the Metro Carolinas. To serve returning veterans, North Carolina opened 14 evening college centers in communities across the state. The Charlotte Center opened Sept. 23, 1946, offering evening classes to 278 freshmen and sophomore students in the facilities of Charlotte's Central High School. Now a research intensive university, UNC Charlotte is the fourth largest of the 16 institutions within the University of North Carolina system and the largest institution in the Charlotte region.
UNC Charlotte offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees, as well as undergraduate and graduate certificates, from the following schools:
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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