A: Yes, any high school graduate who is qualified to do competitive college work can apply as a visiting student. Rising honor roll high school seniors can also apply. Contact Summer School at (919) 966-4364 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, click on the “High school student” section of our web page for required documents needed for high school students to apply.
If you are planning to graduate in August, you could be eligible for financial assistance through the summer degree completion program, a partnership with Academic Advising, Scholarships and Student Aid, and Summer School. You become eligible for funding when you apply for summer graduation and enroll in all remaining degree requirements. For more information about applying for graduation, go to graduation.
A: Information on dropping a course can be found at https://registrar.unc.edu/guide/registration-policies/drop-add-procedures/.
A: Whether instruction has started or not, it is very important to “un-enroll” or officially “withdraw” from your summer classes. You cannot “drop” your last course; to reduce your course load to zero credit hours, you need to withdraw. That information is available at https://registrar.unc.edu/academic-services/withdrawals-cancellations/.
If you are a UNC-Chapel Hill full-time, degree-seeking student, and are enrolled for at least three credit hours at UNC-Chapel Hill, you may qualify to register for a three-credit-hour course in the same summer session at North Carolina Central University, North Carolina State University, UNC-Charlotte, UNC-Greensboro, or Duke University and pay the tuition at UNC-Chapel Hill. Graduate and undergraduate students may obtain the Inter-Institutional Approval Form from the website at http://registrar.unc.edu/guide/special-enrollments/. After completing the inter-institutional approval form (with appropriate signatures of approval), please return the form to the Registrar’s Office, which will process the request and forward it to the appropriate institution.