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Onslow Extension Program
Agenda Page 3
Extension Staff Page 4
Library Services Pages 5-7
UNCW Bookstore Page 8
Admissions/FinAid Info Pages 9-11
Student Accounts Pages 12-18
Additional Info Pages 19
Campus Parking Page 20
Disability Services/Career Services Page 21
Camp Lejeune Pages 22-25
ID Cards Charles Gagum
Welcome & Introduction Mandy Lyman
Library Services Sue Cody/Linda Muir
UNCW Bookstore Craig Hewitt
Admissions/Financial Aid Tara Robinson
Camp Lejeune Lindsay Davis
Dr. Beth Barton
Director of Onslow Extension Program and Military [email protected]
Program Manager [email protected]
Assistant Director of Admissions and Financial Aid [email protected]
Military Enrollment Services Coordinator [email protected]
Mary Anne Tayloe
Military Office Assistant [email protected]
Testing and Technology Technician (CLEP) [email protected]
Dr. Cecil Willis
Department of CRM and SOC, Professor & Academic Advisor [email protected]
Watson School of Education, Academic Advisor [email protected]
Department of Social Work, Faculty and Coordinator [email protected]
UNCW Randall Library http://library.uncw.edu/
CCCC Learning Resource Center http://www.cclinc.ncccs.cc.nc.us
Camp LeJeune Libraries
Library Support for Extension Students
Problems or questions?
Library Support for Extension Students
Contactus for assistance
Associate University Librarian
for Public Services
Linda Muir [email protected]
Order books online:
Student Veterans OrganizationMission: To support all Veterans of the Armed Forces, members of Reserve and Military spouses, honoring their diversity. This organization will provide a positive environment for Academic Assistance and social interaction.
Form completed by all active duty and military dependentshttp://www.uncw.edu/admissions/documents/MilitaryResidencyForm.pdf
Complete annually (usually before fall semester)
Form accompanied by affidavit (statement of service) from active-duty member’s command
Affidavit must include: Name, rank, or relationship to active duty member. Member must be stationed in North Carolina
Reduced Tuition Rate for Members of the Armed Services or Dependent Relative
UNCW Extension Representative:
Tara Robinson (910) 346-8246
Shannon Miles (910) 962-3177
Note:VA benefits may initially require out-of-pocket expense while waiting for the benefits to commence
Tuition Message to all UNCW Students
(updated October 16, 2006)
Undergrad In-State – $96.50 per credit hourTuition will increase each July
Grad Students In-State – $155.22 per credit hourTuition will increase each July
*main campus rates can be found on Student Accounts website
NO bill will be mailed for classes in your first semester!!!
Go to your student account (i.e., SeaNet) to access your tuition/fees amount due
Pay by 4:00 pm (Wed Jan 14th)
Check, Cashier’s Check, Money Order
Credit Card: MasterCard & Visa
Military Tuition Assistance Deferment
Voc Rehab, W.S.V.A., or other state-sponsored aid
Any balance from previous term may prevent a student from being eligible for pre-registration.
Bills are mailed to permanent address.
Pre-registered students receive an EMAIL to remind them of the payment deadline.
Due date = pay balance and/or provide evidence of financial aid, sponsorship, AMS, etc.
Class cancellation occurs for failure to pay bill or to follow deferment instructions by posted due date.
Important: Failure to return the “bill stub” to the Cashier’s Office cancels the class!
All student’s are required to return a bill stub.
Students with SEANET balances will not be able to pre-register!!
It is the student’s responsibility to monitor their student account on SEANET throughout the term.
Please read Emails that are sent out about billing.
Inserts that accompany bill include additional details about billing procedures.
All refunds are processed via HigherOne. See WWW.SEAHAWKCARD.COM for more information.
If you have questions or concerns PLEASE call before the deadline.
Payment, in full, of the out-of-state tuition and fees (along with any other charges on the student account) is required.
If residency is changed, a refund of the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition and fees will be processed.
Contact the Admissions Office for more information about residency at 910-962-3243.
Required before registration!
Coastal Carolina Community College
Coastal Security office (cafeteria) to obtain permit
Extension Office is located in the John A. Lejeune Education Center, Building 825, Room 123 (910-451-5266).
The UNCW computer lab is located in room 216 and consists of 12 Dell computers with internet access along with one color printer (paper is NOT provided in the printer).
There is a Research and Study Center located at the John A. Lejeune Education Center.
If you do not have a base access:
Extension students have the option of graduating from the UNCW main campus in Wilmington, at the Extension Campus in Jacksonville, or at both locations!
Main Campus - Graduation at the main campus is held twice a year (December and May).
Extension Campus - Camp Lejeune holds a special graduation for all the schools on base once a year (May only). Students that graduate in fall, summer and/or spring are permitted to participate in the Extension Graduation.
Please view the Extension Website for more information:http://www.uncw.edu/extension/events-graduation.html
Disability Services is the designated office that provides services to students with disabilities who are enrolled at UNCW. We are committed to providing assistance to enable qualified students to accomplish their educational goals, as well as assuring equal opportunity to derive all of the benefits of campus life. Disability Services has devoted much energy to meeting the requirements of Section 504, Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and its amendments, and to the Americans with Disability Act of 1990. Disability Services serves as a full-time advocate for students with disabilities, as well as a resource for faculty, staff and administration.
If you are taking 4 or more credit hours on the main campus you must comply with the immunization rule.
Student Health CenterWestside Hall - Second Floorphone: 910.962.3280
School of Education
See the inside of the manila folder.
Verify that you have received all of the information sheets listed under COMMENTS and place your initials in the box. Return folder to Mrs. Keenan.
Important websites(see yellow sheet)
What courses can I take this semester?
Transfer students are eligible to take
EDN 200 (EDU 216 @ CCCC)
EDN 203 (PSY 263 @ CCCC)
PSY 223 (PSY 241 @ CCCC)
You may also select UNCW courses from your academic concentration that you have chosen (PSY, ENG or HST).
One must meet the admission requirements for the Watson School of Education in order to take the remainder of the education courses.
What are the admission requirements for the Watson School of Education?
(see gray sheet)
Complete the university requirements in English and mathematics and a science laboratory course with grades of “C” or better in each course.
Complete EDN 200: Teacher, School and Society with a grade of “C” or better. (EDU 216 Foundations in Education at CCCC)
Complete a minimum of 45 semester hours cumulative grade point average of 2.7 or better (4.0 Scale) on all work attempted at UNCW. Transfer students must earn a 2.7 GPA on a minimum of 12 hours completed at UNCW.
Attain passing scores on teacher education entry tests specified and mandated by the Board of Education of the State of North Carolina.
As of July 1, 1995 the tests and the required passing scores are Praxis I:
All students should plan to take the PPST (Praxis I) as soon as possible unless you have sufficient SAT scores. Information is available on-line at http://www.uncw.edu/ed/advising (see orange sheet)
Or a composite score of 522
PPST Reading = 176
PPST Writing = 173
PPST Mathematics = 173
Admission requirements; continued
To apply to the Watson School of Education, an application form should be completed and submitted the semester before anticipated admittance. (Forms are available in the UNCW extension office or on-line). Most transfer students apply during their first semester with UNCW.
Students should ensure that all requirements listed above have been met prior to the time of anticipated admittance. Applications for admission are processed at
the end of the spring, summer II and fall semesters.