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The University of North Carolina Wilmington

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“Let me begin this by stating that I LOVED my time at UNCW. I also came to Wilmington from a very different standpoint. I was not initially excited ab...”
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University of North Carolina Wilmington is a public comprehensive university dedicated to excellence in teaching, scholarship and artistic achievement, and service. Through the College of Arts and Sciences, the professional schools, and the graduate school, the university seeks to stimulate intellectual curiosity, imagination, rational thinking, and thoughtful expression in a broad range of disciplines and professional fields. Of prime importance is the university’s commitment to undergraduate teaching. The humanities, the arts, the natural and mathematical sciences, and the behavioral and social sciences comprise the core of the undergraduate curriculum. Graduate programs at the master’s level and doctoral programs in marine biology and educational leadership complement the undergraduate curriculum. The university considers scholarly practice, research, and creative activities essential for effective learning.
UNCW encourages public access to its educational programs and is committed to diversity, international perspectives, community and regional service, and the integration of technology throughout the university. It strives to create a safe and secure environment in which students, faculty, and staff can develop interests, skills, and talents to the fullest extent. UNCW seeks to make optimum use of available resources and to celebrate, study, and protect the rich heritage, the quality of life, and the environment of the coastal region in which it is located.

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The University of North Carolina Wilmington
The University of North Carolina Wilmington
The University of North Carolina Wilmington
The University of North Carolina Wilmington
The University of North Carolina Wilmington

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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA-WILMINGTON
601 S COLLEGE RD
WILMINGTON, NC28403--3297
General info:(910) 962-3841
Financial aid office:(910) 962-3177
Admissions office:(910) 962-3243
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