-You can add courses to your exchange community two weeks prior to registration. Please contact the Office of the Registrar if courses are not available two weeks prior to registration.
-You must have the CRNs (course registration numbers) for the courses that you would like to add to your exchange community. Please contact the Office of the Registrar if you need assistance locating CRNs.
-You must contact the Office of the Registrar (of the campus that offers the course) if a course is not coded as videoconference or online delivery. The registrar can opt to make the course available to UNC Online (they may need to recode the course) and permit you to add the course to your exchange community.
2. Click "Exchange Admin"*.
*If you're a registrar, click the "Exchange" option listed in your UNC Online "Admin Menu".
3. Click "Exchange", select your exchange community and select the term.
4. Enter CRNs (separate multiple CRNs by commas), select the campus and click "Search".
5. Click the arrows to select courses. After you select your courses, click the "Add Sections" box (located under "Add Sections") and the "Save" button.
6. Visit the UNC Online "Exchange" page (https://online.northcarolina.edu/unconline/exchange.php) to double-check that you have successfully added your courses.
**Note: Appalachian State University Language Exchange Administrators**
The ASU Office of the Registrar request that you add the following information on SZASECT:
Please remember to add this information on SZASECT using on the "Online" tab. You will need to indicate that you would like to publish this course to UNC Online and how many seats that you would like reserved for UNC Online students. We run a report periodically to pull this information. Regarding the video conference all courses are defaulted through UNC Online as VC. I believe that you will need to work with someone on campus to verify that a video conference room is available. Once the information is loaded to SZASECT I will publish to UNC Online and update the reserve seating rules.