Category: In the News
The University updated registration, reservations and waitlisting to make the processes fairer and more transparent.
Daily Tar Heel: Registrar’s office announces ConnectCarolina course registration updates (October 22, 2023)
On Oct. 2, the UNC student body received an email from the Office of the University Registrar announcing new changes to ConnectCarolina.
Board of Directors election results announced
The career development and performance platform offers many opportunities for “large and lasting impact” on day-to-day work.
These partnerships build a more effective organization and support the Carolina Next objective to “optimize operations.
At the Dec. 7 meeting, delegates heard about a career development graduate degree, improved process training and salary updates.
Delegates and campus leaders engaged in frank, meaningful dialogue at this month’s meeting.
Employee Forum delegates heard details about when employees will see this year’s raise and a one-time bonus, though it will likely be in the first two months of the new year.
Daily Tar Heel: Breaking down the changes in UNC’s undergraduate class enrollment process (September 27, 2021)
In preparation for spring 2022 class registration period, UNC has made changes to its undergraduate class enrollment process.
Daily Tar Heel: New website simplifies job search and payment for student employees (November 7, 2019)
A new website is now available to all student employees at UNC. The site serves as a central hub for information and resources regarding finding a job and getting hired on campus.
Rick Wernoski selected to participate in the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) 2019-20 Fellows Program.
Change is coming. Carolina Excellence, the provost’s initiative to reimagine the University’s administrative functions, is transitioning from the pilot phase and will be rolling out across campus in the coming months.
During the Nov. 7 meeting of the Employee Forum, Senior Vice Provost for Business Operations Rick Wernoski announced that the Provost’s Office has begun work on the new model, which he described as “a journey to excellence.”