Public Health Sciences Responds to the Coronavirus Pandemic: Instructional and Operational Continuity
In response to the global coronavirus pandemic, the university will continue remote learning through at least 1 October, with most faculty and staff continuing to work remotely as well. CLICK HERE for details.
Public Health Sciences faculty and staff are now operating almost 100% remotely.
- Do not come to campus expecting to see faculty or staff without an appointment.
- Direct general inquiries about Public Health Sciences to PublicHealth@uncc.edu or by messages left at 704.687.7191.
- Please CLICK HERE for program leadership and staff phone and email contacts.
- Current students:
- Direct questions and accommodation requests about specific courses to the course instructor, after first visiting the course canvas site. If unresolved, elevate your requests to the Department Chair.
- Direct questions about your program and course registration to your Academic Advisor or Program Director.
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