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WELCOME TO UNCW ORIENTATION. Extended Education Onslow County. UNCW Extension Education Program Orientation Table of Contents. Agenda…………………………………………… Pages 3- 4 Extension Staff………………………………. Pages 6-9 Admissions Information………………… Pages 11 Library Services……………………. Pages 12-13

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welcome to uncw orientation


Extended Education

Onslow County

uncw extension education program orientation table of contents
UNCW Extension Education ProgramOrientationTable of Contents
  • Agenda…………………………………………… Pages 3- 4
  • Extension Staff………………………………. Pages 6-9
  • Admissions Information………………… Pages 11
  • Library Services……………………. Pages 12-13
  • Financial Aid Information……… Pages 14
  • Bookstore Information……………… Page 15
  • Registrar Information…………………... Page 16-21

(How to register for your classes, etc.)

  • Student Accounts Information… Pages 22-28

(Tuition Payments, How to pay your tuition, etc.)

  • Campus Parking……………………………. Page 29
  • UNCW Additional Information………. Page 32

(Student E-mail Account, Accessing Online Classes, etc)

uncw extension education program orientation
UNCW Extension Education ProgramOrientation


  • Check-In 30 min BT 101
    • ID Cards
    • Packet Distribution
  • Welcome & Introduction 5 min Dr. Barton
  • Admissions 10 min Dr. Barton
    • Dual Admission Ron Hardison
    • Military Waiver Form
  • Library 15 min Sue Cody
  • Financial Aid 15 min Shannon Miles
  • Bookstore 10 min
  • UNCW Services 5 min Dr. Barton
    • Career Services
    • Disability Services Chris Stone
    • Student e-mail
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UNCW Extension Education ProgramOrientation
  • Registrar 5 min Mandy Hodge
    • SeaWeb Demonstration
  • Student Accounts 10 min Dr. Barton
  • Campus Parking 5 min Dr. Barton
  • Undergraduate Degree Programs
    • School of Nursing 10 min Dr. Barton
    • Criminal Justice 10 min Dr. Barton
    • Watson School of Education
      • Elementary Education 20 min Lisa Keenan
      • Teacher Licensure
  • Graduate Degree Programs
    • MA in Liberal Studies 2 min Dr. Barton
    • MEd in Elementary Educ2 min Dr. Barton
welcome and introduction
Welcome and Introduction

Dr. Beth Barton

Director, Onslow Extension Program & Military Liaison


uncw extension program staff
UNCW Extension Program Staff

Beth A. Barton, Ph.D.,Director & UNCW Military Liaison

In January 2004, Beth was hired as the Director of the UNCW Extension Program. Beth holds a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and brings experience as a community college and university instructor as well as a community liaison, working with the local school system, police department, and churches. She has received numerous local and state awards for her service to the community, primarily for co-founding an after-school mentoring program for disadvantaged children. Beth currently serves on the Jacksonville-Onslow Chamber of Commerce’s Military Affairs Committee, Education Committee, the Swansboro Area Chamber of Commerce’s Military Affairs Committee, and is one of three Board of Directors for the Jacksonville Police Department’s Training Academy. (910) 455-2310

Cecil L. Willis, Ph.D., Director of UNCW Criminal Justice Extension Program. 

Cecil is the academic advisor for all undergraduate students pursuing a B. A. in criminal justice in the Onslow Extension Program.  He holds a Ph.D. in sociology from Virginia Tech and is professor of criminal justice at UNCW. During his more than 30 years of academic experience, he has held positions as chair, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice and Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at UNCW.  (910) 346-8426 willis@uncw.edu

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UNCW Extension Program Staff

Kim Allin, Enrollment Services Coordinator

Kim came to us from the Education Center at Camp LeJeune/MCAS New River. Kim’s strong education background combined with her knowledge of the Marine Corp’s Tuition Assistance makes her a valuable asset to the UNCW Extension team. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting, an Associate of Science in Finance and an Associate of Science in Economics from Hawaii Pacific University along with an Associate of Arts from Coastal Carolina Community College. She previously worked as both an Office Manager/Senior Education Assistant and a Program Associate Coordinator for Hawaii Pacific University. Her responsibilities included advising students, managing daily office operations and supervising and training new employees. Kim is a recent graduate of a MBA program and understands the trials that full time working students endure.

Lisa Keenan,Watson School of Education Advisor

Lisa is the academic advisor for all undergraduate students pursuing a B. A. in elementary education at the Onslow Extension in Jacksonville.

She holds a B.S. from West Chester University, Pennsylvania and a M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction from Kutztown University, Pennsylvania. Her professional background is in high school social studies. She has taught in public schools and at the university level. She is married to a retired U. S. Marine. They have two children—Rick and Kelly. Lisa enjoys gardening, living by the beach, teaching and helping people (910) 455-8034

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UNCW Extension Program Staff

Mandy Hodge, Administrative Associate

Mandy is the Administrative Associate for the UNCW Extension Program. She has several years of experience with the military; she moved to Jacksonville in 2001 when her father retired from the U.S. Marine Corps after 24 years. She is engaged to be married to a former marine who is a full time student at CCCC. Mandy graduated from UNCW in 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a minor in Gerontology and looks forward to participating in the Masters in Liberal Studies program here with the Onslow Extension Program.

Student Workers

Our offices would not run efficiently without our student employees. They provide invaluable assistance to prospective and current students, as well as the rest of the Extension Program staff and faculty.



(910) 962-3243

  • Dual Admission (Ron Hardison, CCCC)
    • Transient Study Form
  • Military Waiver Form
library services
Library Services
  • UNCW Randall Library


(910) 962-3760

  • CCCC Learning Resource Center


(910) 938-6237

  • Camp LeJeune Libraries


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William Madison Randall Library http://library.uncw.edu

Library Support for Extension Students

  • Library Books Mailed to You--Free!
  • All extension students may request Randall Library books for their own use. They will be mailed to you at your home address at no charge.
  • We can also send you books and articles from other libraries.
  • How does it work?
  • We provide these services to you through our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) and Document Delivery Services department. Once you set up an ILL account, you can request the materials you need.
  • To set up your account, go to
  • https://illiad.uncw.edu/logon.html
    • Click “First-Time Users—Click here”
    • Identify yourself as a Distance Education Student
    • Choose a username and password
    • Fill in the form with the information about the book
    • you want
  • Library PIN
  • Some library services require a PIN or password from off campus:
    • Renew library materials online
    • Place holds on checked out items
    • Access Course Reserves
    • Access databases from off-campus
  • To set up your Library PIN, go to this webpage and follow the directions:
  • http://library.uncw.edu/web/research/pin.html

Problems or questions?



William Madison Randall Library http://library.uncw.edu

Library Support for Extension Students

Contact us for more help

Sue Cody

Associate University Librarian

for Public Services


(910) 962-7409


Linda Muir

Head Librarian


(910) 938-6793



William Madison Randall Library

601 South College Rd. * Wilmington, NC 28403-5616

(910) 962-3760 * (866) 377-8309

financial aid and veterans services
Financial Aid and Veterans Services


VA Representative: Shannon Miles (910) 962-3177

[Please note when first using VA benefits you may have to pay out of pocket while waiting for the benefits to begin]

For Employees of NC County School Systems:

Model Teacher Education Consortium


uncw bookstore
UNCW Bookstore


(910) 962-3188

Order books online:




(910) 962-3125

  • 100.00 Deposit

This is REQUIRED before you register!

  • SeaNet


  • UNCW SeaPort
  • Calendar of Events

New student registration: write in date here

( )


Student Accounts


Student Accounts Office: (910) 962-3147

Cashier’s office: (910) 962-3164

Tuition Message to all UNCW Students (updated October 16, 2006)

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 at


Ultimately, it is the student’s responsibility to know the different tuition rates.

student accounts cashier s office

Student AccountsCashier's Office

Extension Tuition/Fees for

Undergrad – per credit hour


(Tuition will increase each July)

Grad Students – per credit hour


(Tuition will increase each July)

*main campus rates can be found on Student Accounts website

student accounts payment options payment due date
Student AccountsPayment OptionsPayment Due Date:
  • NO bill will be mailed for classes for your first semester!!!
    • Go to your student account (i.e., SeaNet) to access your tuition/fees amount due
    • Pay by 4:00 pm ( ) write in date here
  • Cash
  • Check, Cashier’s Check, Money Order
  • Credit Card: MasterCard & Visa
  • Financial Aid
  • Military Tuition Assistance Deferment
  • Sponsorship (Voc Rehab, W.S.V.A., or other state-sponsored aid)

Payment Options (continued)

  • AMS Payment Plan
  • Coordinator – Sissy Hendricks (910) 962-3147
  • AMS toll-free 800-635-0120
  • AMS website www.tuitionpay.com
  • Financial Aid
    • Classes will be held upon proof of your full coverage. If partial coverage is provided, you must pay the difference.
  • Sponsorship
    • Authorization form must be received by the Financial Aid Office by due date and the Student Accounts Office must be aware of your sponsorship.
student accounts billing procedure for future terms
Student AccountsBilling Procedure for Future Terms


  • 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.
student accounts avoiding future problems
Student AccountsAvoiding Future Problems
  • 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 process via HigherOne. See

WWW.SEAHAWKCARD.COM for more information.

  • If you have questions or concerns PLEASE call before the deadline.
student accounts residency and billing
Student AccountsResidency and Billing

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.

campus parking
Campus Parking
  • Coastal Carolina Community College
    • Permit required
    • FREE
    • Coastal Security office (cafeteria) to obtain permit
  • UNCW Parking
    • http://www.uncw.edu/ba/parking_trans/index.htm
    • (910) 962-3178
    • Permit required
transient study form paying for cccc classes with uncw financial aid
Transient Study Form &Paying for CCCC Classes with UNCW Financial Aid
  • Step 1 Apply to Coastal Carolina Community College (NO FEE)
  • Step 2 Obtain an original Transient Study Form from your advisor. Form is available online at http://www.uncw.edu/reg Choose Transfer credit, then choose Transient Form&Information.
  • Step 3 You, the student, complete the top section. Your advisor will complete the middle, boxed section. After the form is completed, your advisor will sign the form.
  • Step 4 Take the completed form to the Coastal Carolina Comm. College
  • Admissions Office (Ron Hardison). Show the form to the Admissions counselor (no signature is required from a CCCC counselor). Mr. Hardison will make a copy of your transient study form, will request a copy of your degree audit from SeaWeb, and will register you for your CCCC classes. [Note: VA students also visit CCCC’s VA certifying official with a copy of your completed transient study form.]
  • Step 5 PAY for your CCCC class(es) (whether you have financial aid with UNCW or not). If you have been awarded Financial Aid with UNCW, you will be reimbursed the cost of CCCC’s tuition through the main campus’ Cashier’s office about two weeks after your Transient Study Form is received at the main campus. Check your Student Account on SEANET for the reimbursement check to be posted. Your check will be ready for pick-up (at main campus) 5 business days later.
  • Step 6 Return Transient Study Form to your advisor. He/she will deliver the form to the main campus’ to the Department Chair for signature and then it sent to the Registrar’s office. At that point, it will be forwarded to Financial Aid for processing.
  • Additional Financial Aid Information:
  • UNCW and CCCC have a “blanket consortium”—meaning, that these two colleges communicate regularly about “shared” students who receive financial aid. Every month, the UNCW Financial Aid department creates a list of students who are receiving financial aid. They send this form up to CCCC to ensure that none of these students have applied for financial aid from CCCC as well. If a student has applied for financial aid through both institutions, the student will have to repay the aid received from the secondary institution. Therefore, do NOT apply for aid through CCCC if you are already a UNCW student receiving aid.
Application for the Benefit of Reduced Tuition Rate as a Member of the Armed Services or Dependent Relative
  • This paperwork must be filled out by all active duty and military dependents http://www.uncw.edu/admissions/documents/MilitaryResidencyForm.pdf
  • It must be completed annually (usually before fall semester).
  • It must be accompanied by affidavit (statement of service) from active-duty member’s command.
  • Letter must state: Name, rank, or relationship to active duty member, and member must be stationed in North Carolina.
  • Questions: please contact Kim Allin at 910-451-5266
uncw additional information
UNCW Additional Information
  • Disability Services (Chris Stone)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.
    • http://www.uncw.edu/stuaff/disability
    • (910) 962-7555
  • Career Services
    • UNCW & CCCC Cooperative Career Services Agreement
    • http://www.uncw.edu/stuaff/career
    • CCCC: (910) 938-6373
  • Student E-mail Account (Required) You may establish your account 5days after you register for classes.

SeaPort (http://seaport.uncw.edu/)

  • Online Courses -SeaPort or https://www.uncw.eduprise.com/)
degree programs
Degree Programs

Undergraduate Programs

  • School of Nursing (RN-Access Program)
  • Criminal Justice
  • Clinical Research
  • Social Work
  • Business Administration
  • Watson School of Education
    • Elementary Education
    • Teacher Licensure

Graduate Degrees

  • M.A. Liberal Studies
  • M.Ed. Elementary Education
a nd the


and the

Donald R. Watson

School of Education

items you will find in your uncw watson school of education folder
Items you will find in your UNCW Watson School of Education folder
  • 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
Important websites(see yellow sheet)
  • www.uncw.edu/ed/advising
  • www.uncw.edu/reg
  • www.uncw.edu/extension
what courses can i take this semester
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)

EDN 301

EDN 303

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
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: Or a composite score of 522

PPST Reading = 176

PPST Writing = 173

PPST Mathematics = 173

  • 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)
admission requirements continued
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.