AdmissionIf you are interested in applying to UNCW and pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree offered at our Onslow Extension site, contact our office at 910.346.8246. You can access information about our four undergraduate, two graduate, and teaching licensure programs by visiting the Academics page on our website.
Admission Deadline Information
UNCW Onslow Extension Site
2015 Application is OPEN.
We will continue to accept and review applications on a space available basis.
All application materials (i.e. official final high school transcripts, all official college or univerisity transcripts, essay, and application fee) must be received by this date
(Also for graduate application deadlines please refer to the individual departments for further information)
Transfer students are students that have graduated from high school or completed the General Educational Development (GED) test or an Adult High School diploma and are attending, or have previously attended, either a two- or four-year college/university.
In order to be considered for admission at UNC Wilmington, a prospective transfer student under the age of 24, must meet North Carolina's minimum course requirements. If they do not, then the student would need to complete additional coursework to be considered for admission.
Students seeking information on transfer equivalencies from other colleges and universities may find the following links helpful.
- Transfer students may find an unofficial evaluation of courses and credit in the UNCW Transfer Equivalencies database
Non-Degree Seeking Admission
Students from other colleges or universities, who intend to return to their home institution, may attend UNCW as permission (visiting) students in the fall or spring semesters. A student may only attend as a permission student for two consecutive semesters (not including summer sessions).
Summer visiting students (those currently enrolled at another institution) are allowed to attend classes at UNCW for Summer School only.
Special Undergraduate Admission
Students who have graduated from a four-year accredited college or university and want to take undergraduate classes, but do not want to earn a second degree, are classified as special undergraduates (if you would like to earn a second degree, you must apply as a transfer student).
This application option is also available for students who need to take classes toward completion of teacher certification or licensure requirements on-campus (or at an extension site).