The Undergraduate Business Program (UBP) Office is located in McColl, suite 3100. The UBP holds in-person, drop-ins hours, as well as the option to schedule in-person or virtual advising appointments. If you have not been admitted yet (pre-business), report to the College of Arts & Sciences Academic Advising Program for advising matters.
The relationship between you and an academic advisor is one of shared responsibility. You are ultimately responsible for the choices you make in college, while academic advisors and others in the University community help you make informed decisions and reach your full potential.
|Semester/MOD 3 classes begin
|Wednesday, January 10
|MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY (no classes held)
|Monday, January 15
|Wait List Additions End (last day for students to add themselves to class waitlist in CC)
|Tuesday, January 16
|Last day to add MOD 3 and semester length courses to schedule without instructor permission via Connect Carolina
|Wednesday, January 17th
|Last day to drop semester course without a W notation
Last day to drop BUSI MOD 3 course via Connect Carolina (no W notation. W notations do not exist for MODS; if not dropped, student must finish the course.)
|Wednesday, January 24 (5PM)
|WELL BEING DAYS (no classes held)
|Monday, February 12 and Tuesday February 13
|Last day to make MOD 4 section change (same course) via email request or academic drop-in
|Friday, March 1 (5PM)
|UBP MOD 3 classes end; MOD 3 exams during normal class time
|Thursday, March 7
|Last day for students to submit Pass/Fail declarations and drop semester course with “W” notation
|Friday, March 8
|SPRING BREAK (no classes held)
|March 8-17. Classes resume Monday, March 18
|UBP MOD 4 classes begin
|Monday, March 18
|Last day for students to add MOD 4 classes to schedule (without instructor permission) via email request or academic drop-in
|Friday, March 22
|Last day for students to drop MOD 4 course without W notation (No W available for MODs; If not dropped, by this date, course must be completed)
|Tuesday, March 26 (5PM)
|online drop request form
|WELL BEING DAY (no classes held)
|Thursday, March 28
|HOLIDAY (no classes held)
|Friday, March 29
|Semester/MOD 4 classes end
|Tuesday, April 30
|Grade rosters available in Faculty Center in Connect Carolina. Grades are due within 72 hours of the final exam.
|Wednesday, May 1st
|May 1 and 4
|Thursday, May 2
Friday, May 3
Saturday, May 4
Monday, May 6
Tuesday, May 7
Thursday, May 9
Friday, May 10
|MOD 4 and Semester-length Course Final Examinations-must be scheduled according to dates and times set by the University Registrar
|Saturday, May 11
The UNC Kenan-Flagler Undergraduate Business Program (UBP) has a strong commitment to our students and their success.
If you are having difficulties with a course you should first reach out to the instructor for help and talk with them during office hours to address your questions and/or concerns. If further support is needed/recommended, see the service(s) that best support your need(s).
The UBP offers peer tutoring services that focus on the quantitative core business courses that are most challenging to students. Peer tutoring is free of charge for business majors and minors.
The ultimate responsibility for your success in the UNC Kenan-Flagler Undergraduate Business Program lies with you, the student.
Tutoring is designed to provide help beyond the work you do in and out of class. You must:
Tutoring is not a substitute for attending class, doing the assigned readings and homework, or studying.
To request tutoring or if you would like to become a tutor, submit the UBP Peer Tutor Program Interest Form and an advisor will reach out to you with more details.
For pre-business students seeking admission to the UBP, you may obtain prerequisite tutoring support from the UNC Learning Center or directly through the department offering the course: