Your UNC Online outgoing messages include a "Drop Disclaimer" message and "Exchange Next Steps" message. Instructions for editing the messages and example messages are included below.
-After a student registers for a course through UNC Online, they will receive an "Exchange Next Steps" email message (it will be sent to their home campus email account) and the message will be posted on their UNC Online account (under the "View Details" button). Their host campus student ID number will be automatically included in the message.
-If a student attempts to drop a course, the drop disclaimer from their home campus will appear when they click the "Drop/Withdraw" button.
1. Log into UNC Online
2. Click "Admin" (located in the upper right corner)
3. Click "Outgoing Alerts and Messages" (located in your "Admin Menu")
4. Filter by message type ("Drop Disclaimer" or "Exchange Next Steps") and click "Go"
5. Edit the message and click "Submit"
Examples of "Drop Disclaimer" message:
Course Drop (during the Drop-Add period)
Students may add courses, drop courses, or change the section of a course through the published Drop-Add period without academic or financial penalty. The Drop-Add period is the first five days of a fall or spring semester or by the date specified on the academic calendar for summer semester. The course will not appear on your transcript.
Course Drop (after the Drop-Add period)
Drops made after the Drop-Add period are included in the term and cumulative attempted hours but are not computed in the student's grade point average. Students receive a grade of W and these courses will be posted on the student's academic transcript. Students are still financially responsible for any tuition and fees associated with the course dropped after the Drop-Add period.
A course drop may occur anytime, without penalty, through the end of the first week of the semester. The course will not appear on your transcript.. This is for graduate and undergraduate students.
A course withdrawal is a registration action in which you are no longer attending the course, but the course remains on your transcript. You are still financially responsible for any tuition and fees associated with the course. Depending on the date of the withdrawal…
- a withdrawal passing results in a grade of W on your transcript, counting towards the sixteen (16) hour career maximum( if you are an undergraduate student) and negatively impacting satisfactory academic progress and tuition surcharge thresholds for undergraduate students. . Withdrawal passing occurs between the first week through the 1st 60% of the regularly scheduled class meetings of a course for undergraduate students and an assigned date by the graduate school. (see Academic Calendars (http://www.ecu.edu/fsonline/senate/fscalend.cfm).
Term Withdrawal Requests Made Within 60% of the Academic Term: During the first 60 percent of regularly scheduled class meetings, a student may withdraw from the university and will receive a W grade for courses in which he/she is enrolled. This is for both undergraduate and graduate level. This will not affect the 16 hour maximum for undergraduates.
Term Withdrawal Requests Made Beyond 60% of the Academic Term: After 60 percent of regularly scheduled class meetings, a student withdrawing from the university shall receive a grade of W for the courses in which he/she is passing at the time of withdrawal and will receive a grade of F for courses that the student is failing at the time of withdrawal.
Examples of "Exchange Next Steps" message:
Welcome to NCCU!
Thank you for selecting North Carolina Central University as a visiting student for this academic year! We are pleased to welcome you as a new "Eagle" of NCCU. We feel honored that you have chosen us to fill your educational needs, and we are eager to be of service.
As a result of registering for a course at North Carolina Central University, you are subject to our academic dates and deadlines. Please click on http://www.nccu.edu/Academics/calendar.cfm NCCU Academic Calendar to become familiar with our add, drop, and withdrawal dates.
To retrieve your username and password, go to:
2. In the upper right-hand corner select "Login to myEOL"
3. Look for red print midway down the page. Select "Create an account in myEOL"
4. Enter your NCCU Student ID number (provided above), your temporary PIN number (6-digit birthdate MMDDYY) and your last name.
5. Select "Verify my information"
6. Your Username and E-mail address should appear
7. Create your password
8. Select "Create my account"
9. Please note: your username and password are used for both Blackboard and NCCU e-mail
Blackboard help: (919) 530-7667 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
IT Help Desk: (919) 530-7676 or e-mail email@example.com
Law Library: (919) 530-5189
Shepard Library: (919) 530-6475
Online textbook ordering: http://www.nccu.edu/formsdocs/proxy.cfm?file_id=3242
Now that you have registered for a UNCG class, there are several steps you need to take in order to have access to your class and your student record information. These steps will create the computer accounts you need to take your classes, receive communications from UNCG, and check your student record.
1. You will need your UNCG ID in order to create your computer accounts. You can look up your UNCG ID at https://its.uncg.edu/Accounts/University_ID/default.aspx The UNCG ID is a nine-digit number that begins with 88 or 89. Please keep your number confidential.
2. You will need your UNCG to activate your computer account and your UNCG iSpartan email account.
To activate your computer account, complete the Computer Accounts Activation form (https://banweb.uncg.edu/prod/hwzkcsar.P_UncgCSAR).
This is will create your UNCG iSpartan email account. iSpartan email will serve as your means of communication with UNCG and will be used to send important academic information. Check your email regularly for important notices and updates from the campus throughout your tenure as a student.
Your iSpartan email address contains your firstname.lastname@example.org, which you will use to log in to Canvas.
3. You will also need a PIN number to access your student record information on UNCGenie (UNCG's student web portal).
You can create your PIN at https://getmypin.uncg.edu/
You will need your UNCG ID in order to create this number.
If you have questions about how your UNCG computer accounts work or how to access them, please contact UNCG's Help Desk at (336) 256-8324.