Selected high school juniors or seniors who wish to pursue an academic program at the collegiate level while attending high school may enroll at UNCW if they meet the qualifications for participation in this program. Students may enter this program at the beginning of the fall, spring, or summer term, and may only register for 2 undergraduate courses per term.
Upon acceptance and paying your enrollment deposit, you may register for classes by accessing SeaNet. Your user ID for SeaNet will be a nine digit number that begins with "85" and your pin is initially your birth date in the format mmddyyyy. You will be required to immediately change your pin to another 8 digit number. You will also be required to supply a security question and answer. If you do not know your user ID, please follow the link on the user login page for assistance. Within 1-2 days after paying your enrollment deposit, you’ll be able to view your registration time in SeaNet.
Orientation & Advising
Dual-Enrolled students do not need to attend orientation. Additionally, you will not have an academic advisor assigned. Course selections will be determined by your high school counseling staff. If you have questions regarding pre-requisites and/or the registration process at UNCW, please contact the Office of the Registrar at (910) 962-3125 or email@example.com.
Main Campus vs. Extension Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fees are charged according to campus of the course (main campus or extension) and not student classification. When using the SeaNet registration system, please keep in mind that Extension courses are courses with section numbers 800 or higher and a campus of "EXT." Only these sections of courses are billed at the Extension tuition rates which are calculated on a per credit hour basis. All other section numbers are considered on-campus courses and are billed as such. Tuition and fee rates for both on campus and Extension courses can be found on the Student Accounts website. Ultimately, it is the student's responsibility to be aware of these differences and the impact they have on tuition charges.