The LYNX Light Rail Blue Line connected main campus with Uptown Charlotte in March 2018.
The 49ers scored big, with a sold-out stadium cheering the team to a 45-point victory
The first urban campus in the UNC system brings UNC Charlotte's educational resources to the heart of the city.
Philip L. Dubois was sworn in as UNC Charlotte's fourth Chancellor, beginning what has been a 12-year period of remarkable growth for the campus
UNC Board of Governors reclassifies UNC Charlotte as a doctoral/research-intensive university
The UNC Board of Governors approved the University's first doctoral programs in 1993, launching another leap into the future.
The University's growing academic profile included master's programs beginning in 1969.
New Chancellor Dean Colvard set about growing UNC Charlotte into a nationally accredited University with nearly 9,000 students.
Championed by key supporters, including State Senator Ike Belk, Charlotte becomes the fourth UNC campus.
The North Carolina Legislation recognizes the steadily growing Charlotte College as a four-year, state-supported institution.