Earn Academic Credit
Take ownership of your academic future.
Prepare for future opportunities by taking courses for college credit at UNC-Chapel Hill.
PART-TIME DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS
Through part-time studies, you can take courses for credit at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Undergraduate courses are open during the day on a space-available basis. (Some courses may be unavailable due to space limitations or departmental restrictions.) All courses are credit-granting and will become part of your permanent record at UNC-Chapel Hill.
You can take classroom courses for credit at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. All courses are credit-granting and will become part of your permanent record at UNC-Chapel Hill. You do not need to have previously taken college-level courses or have earned a college degree to enroll as a non-degree student; however, admission to UNC-Chapel Hill as a non-degree student is required.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill offers a Pre-Health Post-Baccalaureate Certificate to help students prepare for advanced study or employment in the health professions. This certificate is sponsored by the Department of Biology and administered by Digital and Lifelong Learning.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Have you taken all of the classes offered at your high school and want more? Get some of your college credits knocked out while still in high school. Through Digital and Lifelong Learning, high school students can take classes on UNC-Chapel Hill’s campus and receive college credit.
The North Carolina Department of Public Safety partners with UNC-Chapel Hill provide a variety of educational resources to inmates. Only those incarcerated in the North Carolina prison system qualify for the Correctional Education Program. Contact us for more information.