NCAA D1 Women’s Basketball Championship

UNC Charlotte, in conjunction with the University of South Carolina, will host the first and second rounds of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament in the Halton Arena. This is an event you don’t want to miss! For further information regarding ticket purchases visit the website...

UNC Charlotte: International Film Festival

UNC Charlotte Department of Languages and Cultural Studies invites the Charlotte community to experience the rich world of contemporary films from Argentina, Brazil, China, Costa Rica, Chile, Cuba, France, Germany, Haiti, Iran, Italy, Japan, Russia, Spain, Syria, and the United States at the International Film Festival. The festival takes place on the UNC Charlotte campus. The screenings and related special events are free and open to the public, and all films are subtitled. Visit the website below for further information and a schedule of special...

Jazz Ensemble and Combos

The UNC Charlotte Jazz Ensemble performs under the direction of Dr. Will Campbell. Come experience this exciting classical music performance. Tickets are available to purchase within the website.

Stories in the Woods

Love sharing stories? Partake in an engaging experience at the UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens as you gather to share picture books and do literacy activities. (Due to inclement weather event may be subject to change)
Here’s the latest on campus building boom

Here’s the latest on campus building boom

UNC Charlotte’s building boom continues to transform the campus of North Carolina’s fastest growing state university. Dozens of projects large and small include the long-awaited new science building (set to open in 2021), a $66 million recreation center and a much-improved campus entrance on North Tryon Street. Among the major projects, the science center, costing $101 million, will replace Burson Hall, built in the 1980s. That building, in turn, is undergoing a major renovation. The $66 million recreation center, located near the Popp Martin Student Union, will provide much needed space for health, wellness and fitness services. The center is set for opening next fall. An expansion of the nearby Union Deck was recently completed. The university’s North Tryon Street entrance is getting a makeover. When finished this spring, the entrance will aesthetically match the main campus entrance on University City Boulevard. A building rising along University City Boulevard will house the campus’s greatly expanded admissions and visitors center. The building will open this spring. Learn more Read the most recent campus construction report.See progress reports of all projects costing $500,000 or...