Welcome to UNC Charlotte!!
These web pages were created especially for our new faculty members. You will find links and information pertinent to teaching and research, as well as links to familiarize you with the policies and services available at UNC Charlotte.
Don't forget to scroll down the menu on the left hand side of the page under Resources for New Faculty to find even more useful resources!
In particular, please click on Before You Arrive on Campus, which explains everything you are required to complete BEFORE you arrive on campus, and also The Provost's 2021 New Faculty Orientation, which New Faculty are REQUIRED to attend. Information about the Orientation, and programming specifically developed for New Faculty for the rest of your first week can be found here.
For your convenience, a copy of the (very long!) email you received in July from the Provost and Dr. Huet welcoming you to UNC Charlotte can be found by clicking on the links below:
RESOURCES FOR RETURNING TO CAMPUS FALL 2021
Please click on Before You Arrive on Campus, which explains everything you are required to complete BEFORE you arrive on campus
Enrollment in the University’s direct deposit program is mandatory for all University employees.
If you are new to the Charlotte area, click on On the Town to discover some interesting things to do in and around town.
INFORMATION ABOUT REAPPOINTMENT, PROMOTION AND TENURE
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Guide to Evaluation - it includes the RPT Workshop Powerpoint, CV Guides and Templates, Sample CVs and Personal Statements.
Be aware that EACH COLLEGE HAS ITS OWN SET OF GUIDELINES FOR RPT, so check your own college website for college-specific information.
GENERAL RESOURCES FOR NEW FACULTY FOCUSED ON HOW TO THRIVE IN YOUR FIRST FEW YEARS AT UNC CHARLOTTE
Some advice for Surviving your First Year on the Tenure Track
Early Career Resources from the University of Iowa. Although some links are specific to the University of Iowa, there are numerous links to more general resources to help new faculty succeed.
As we continually try to improve on our efforts to better serve new faculty members, please let us know how we can enhance our welcome even more next year.