No. UNC Charlotte does not require writing scores for the SAT or the ACT. Click here for additional information on the Admissions Application requirements.
No. Recommenders must use the online submission form, accessible through the link provided in the email sent to recommenders from the Levine Scholars Program. This email will be sent to recommenders via the email address provided by the nominee.
No. All scholarship application materials provided by the nominee must be submitted online.
No. However, a small number of students receive nominations each year based on their freshman admissions applications, which must be completed by the October 8 nomination deadline. Students who receive these nominations will be notified by October 8, 2019 with instructions for submitting additional scholarship materials. All nominated students will have until November 8, 2019 to submit the Levine supplemental application. If students do not receive an email by October 8, 2019, then they were not nominated. This does not preclude students from being admitted to UNC Charlotte.
No. Both in-state and out-of-state students will be considered.
High school counselors and college advisors can submit nominations through the online nomination portal starting on August 15, 2020. Counselors/advisors will be required to create an account to submit nominations. Nominations will be accepted until October 8, 2020. Students cannot apply for the Levine Scholarship until they receive a nomination from their counselor.
After receiving a school nomination or self-nomination, candidates will receive an email from the Levine Scholars Program that contains instructions on how to access the Levine supplemental application. To be considered for the Levine Scholarship, nominees must submit a complete freshman admissions application by November 1, 2020 and Levine supplemental application by November 16, 2020.
The Levine Scholars Program awards scholarships to approximately 20 incoming freshmen each year.
High school counselors and college advisors can check the status of their students’ applications by logging in to their Counselor Web Portal. Students can also check their status by logging in to their Levine Scholars Portal. All application materials must be received by November 16, 2020. Late submissions will not be considered.
Finalists will receive an invitation in early January to the Levine Scholars Finalist Program, which will take place on February 14-15, 2021. Students who have not progressed to the finalist stage will be notified through their Levine Scholars portal.
No. As a Levine Scholar, students can major in any subject offered at UNC Charlotte. We offer more than 80 different undergraduate majors from which students may choose. Click here to view UNC Charlotte’s academic programs.
No. Scholarships are awarded based on academic performance, a demonstrated commitment to community service and a capacity for ethical leadership.
No. There is no limit to the number of qualified seniors counselors can nominate from each high school.
The nomination form will require the counselor to submit the following information about each student: student’s full name, date of birth, home address, primary email address and graduation date. The form includes additional fields, which are optional, and only takes a few minutes to complete.
We are not looking for a specific set of activities; rather we are interested in how you have chosen to invest your time and effort outside of the classroom during high school. Have you been a member of groups and organizations? Have you demonstrated leadership that goes beyond title? Have you engaged in research or summer enrichment opportunities? Have you invested significant time in a few large projects, worked at jobs that developed certain skills and/or led community service projects? A laundry list of clubs, organization memberships and leadership titles does not always equate to impactful leadership and/or significant service.
Candidates must be applicants for freshman enrollment at UNC Charlotte in a baccalaureate program for the fall term immediately following their high school graduation. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents and should present an excellent academic record, demonstrate a commitment to community service and possess a capacity for ethical leadership.
No. All nominations must be received online by October 8, 2020 for students to be considered.
Yes. Students are welcome to submit scores from the new SAT.