UNC Charlotte is organized into five administrative divisions: Academic Affairs, Business Affairs, Institutional Integrity, Student Affairs, and University Advancement. These divisions, as well as Athletics, all report to the Chancellor.
The Division of Academic Affairs provides administrative oversight and academic leadership. It includes Assessment and Accreditation; Enrollment Management; Faculty Affairs and Diversity Office; Information Technology Services; Institutional Research; International Programs; Library; Metropolitan Studies and Extended Academic Programs; Research and Economic Development; The Graduate School; Office of Undergraduate Education; and seven discipline-based colleges: the Colleges of Arts + Architecture, Business, Computing and Informatics, Education, Engineering, Health and Human Services, and Liberal Arts & Sciences.
Business Affairs plans for and provides essential human, financial, facility, and administrative support services to the University that are customer-focused, results-oriented, fiscally sound, and integrity-bound. The Division of Business Affairs includes Business Services; Facilities Management; Financial Services; Human Resources; Safety and Security; and Technical Operations and Planning.
The Division of Institutional Integrity supports UNC Charlotte in its endeavors to achieve its academic mission and strategic plan while adhering to the University’s ethical, legal, and regulatory responsibilities. The Division of Institutional Integrity consists of the Office of Legal Affairs, the Office of Ethics and Compliance, the Title IX Office, the Internal Audit Department, and Enterprise Risk Management.
The Division of Student Affairs commits itself to the enhancement of the personal, educational, occupational, and professional development of students. The Division of Student Affairs consists of the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services, Dean of Students Office, Housing and Residence Life, NinerCare, Recreational Services, Religious and Spiritual Life, Student Activities, Student Activity Center (SAC), Student Affairs Research, Student Health Center, Student Media, Student Union, Cone University Center, University Recreation, Venture Program, and Center for Wellness Promotion.
The Division of University Advancement supports the mission of the University by cultivating alumni, community, and government support and affinity, by raising funds for scholarships and major initiatives, by providing and coordinating community engagement opportunities, and by providing broad based communications leadership that articulates the mission of the University to the region, state and nation. The Division includes Alumni Affairs, Community Relations and University Events, Giving and Donor Relations, Government Relations, Advancement Operations, and University Communications.