FAQs

For the safety and security of faculty, staff students and visitors to The Dubois Center at UNC Charlotte Center City, it is restricted to current faculty, staff, students and visitors.
  
Visitors must have a legitimate business reason for visiting The Dubois Center at UNC Charlotte Center City, such as a meeting, event, conference, etc.   

We welcome the public as patrons of Einstein’s Brother’s Bagels. Restrooms are reserved for current faculty, staff, students, visitors and patrons of Einstein's.

Please have your University issued ID available or a valid state-issued ID available when you arrive. 

You can reach the front desk at 704-687-8902. 

The Dubois Center at UNC Charlotte Center City mailing address is:
320 E. 9th St
Charlotte, NC 28202

Yes, you do need a current student ID to access the building. It is required that you always have your student ID visible while in the building

In addition,  student identification cards are used to assist students in obtaining access to services in the building and entrance into the library and computer lab.  The student ID card is FREE.  Students will have one ID card to use throughout their enrollment at UNC Charlotte.  ID cards are valid if you are a registered student at UNC Charlotte.

To obtain a student ID, click here for more information. 

Due to the limited amount of space available at The Dubois Center at UNC Charlotte Center City, we do not reserve rooms for students to study. 

Students should go to main campus for study space and resources.

You can buy or rent textbooks through Barnes & Noble Bookstore located on main campus.  Visit their online website for more information.

First, an event request form must be submitted.  Once received, the events staff will process the event and get back to you within 5 business days to let you know the status of your request.  You may find the event request submission form under the “Events” tab at the home page of the The Dubois Center at UNC Charlotte Center City website.

There are several Graduate level courses as well as continuing education and extended academic programs offered at The Dubois Center at UNC Charlotte Center City.  You can see a list of departments and programs under About The Dubois Center at UNC Charlotte Center City.

The Dubois Center at UNC Charlotte Center City does not have a public library or computers. Computers are reserved for current students only as well as those who have formally rented and reserved space.

 

You need to establish your NinerNet Account as soon as you get admitted. You will need your UNC Charlotte ID found in your acceptance letter to establish your account. If you are having problems logging into your NinerNet Account, please direct your questions to the Information Technology Services help desk at: 704-687-5500 or refer to the IT Help website.

Einstein’s Brothers Bagels is in our lobby on the first floor of the building.  Visit their webpage for hours of operation. There are vending machines located on the 5th and 6th floors. 

You may visit the Niner Nation Cares website for all your COVID-19 questions. 

Our work is grounded by our mission as a University and our care for one another.

  • The health and wellbeing of our campus community are our top priorities, and we will make decisions grounded in facts and informed by the guidance of public health experts.Masks On! Picks Up!
  • We are redefining the “new norm” for successful campus life, at least temporarily. We do this knowing the actions we take today will secure a stronger, vibrant tomorrow for Niner Nation, a community united in our shared purpose and desire for a meaningful future.
  • We are committed to preserving the rich learning environment that is a hallmark of the UNC Charlotte experience, even when it is delivered online.
  • Every student and employee is part of the larger “WE” that makes up Niner Nation. What affects one of us affects all of us. We must assign value to the wellbeing of those around us to foster a caring environment and place of belonging for all members of our community. 

The Niner Nation Cares website is the information source for the academic year. Please check back frequently to stay informed about how WE will create a successful academic year for Niner Nation.