Campus-Wide Resources

Center for Graduate Life

The Center for Graduate Life (CGL) offers a number of programs and resources designed to support your efforts as a graduate student. The CGL recognizes the competing demands in the lives of graduate students. In an effort to accommodate different professional needs and schedules, the CGL’s professional development initiatives are offered in various formats ranging from specialized, credit-bearing GRAD professional skills courses to virtual training.

Located in the Cone University Center 268, the Center for Graduate Life is a space, services, programs and more to support your success as a graduate student.  Use the CGL as a resource for professional development, career advice, skills and more. Learn more about What the CGL Offers

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Graduate and Professional Student Government (GPSG)

The governing body for graduate students, designed to meet the academic, social, and logistical needs of graduate students enrolled at the university. Membership is open to all graduate students.

University Career Center

The University Career Center (UCC) is a useful resource to consult during your job and career search process.  UCC tools include job and internship opportunities (HireANiner), resume building, job shadowing and full access to career fairs. For a full range of services, visit the University Career Center.

The UCC and the School of Data Science have developed a Resume Book specifically for the Data Science and Business Analytics program. This opportunity allows you to upload your approved resume to the Hire-A-Niner system and add it to a book that can be viewed by employers seeking your skill and competency sets. How to submit your resume to the Resume Book:

  • Go to Hire-a-Niner, click on "Student," and log into your account.
  • Click on "Documents" in the left-hand navigation list and a drop-down list will appear.
  • Click on "Resume Books" and the full list of current resume books will appear.
  • Scroll down to the "Data Science and Health Analytics" resume book and follow the process for uploading your resume.

Office of Adult Students and Evening Services (OASES)

OASES provides a number of services to adults and evening students, including after-hours pickup and delivery of forms and tuition payments.

The International Student and Scholar Office (ISSO)

The ISSO provides information, services, and programs that help international students and visiting scholars achieve individual educational and personal goals and fosters an appreciation for a culturally diverse learning environment in the larger UNC Charlotte community.


The department offers professional development travel awards for interested students who are in the Professional Science Masters Program. Students will be informed about upcoming conferences during the semester. If you are interested, you will be asked to submit a proposal to the Director of Student Services outlining the event you wish to attend and how the information gained from the event will benefit the department.

If granted a travel award, you will be expected to present pertinent information to fellow students regarding key take-a-ways from the event upon your return.