SOCIOLOGY ONLINE DEGREE COMPLETION PROGRAM
If you are a student interested in the UNC Sociology Online Degree Completion program, click here for more information.
CURRENT ONLINE STUDENTS
Welcome! You are now enrolled in the UNC Sociology-Applied Sociology Bachelor of Arts Degree Completion program...now what? This section is to help get you up and running.
The following are resources not only to help get new online degree students up and running, but are resources for ongoing online students also:
- Forgot Your Bear #?
- How to get your URSA Account Activated
- How to pay your bill
- How to register for classes
- To purchase books
- To access your online classes
- Having technical problems? Call our help desk at 800-545-2331 or access their website.
The Writing Center
Are you returning to college after a few (or more) years away? Are you a little nervous about writing papers? There is online tutoring available through The Writing Center.
Students who cannot pay for tuition alone are encouraged to apply for federal financial aid. Students must first complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA priority filing date for each academic year (which begins each August) is March 1. Late submissions of the FAFSA are still accepted but may not be considered for the maximum amount of aid. For more information please click here.
Please note that COF does not apply for this degree.
Bachelor’s students require enrollment in a minimum of 6 credits per academic term for financial aid eligibility. Full time enrollment is based on 12 credits.
To apply for federal financial aid assistance
Fill out the FAFSA form at www.fafsa.ed.gov/
Extended Studies degree seeking-students may contact Aimee Rogers in Financial Aid for more specific help at (970) 351-2502 or visit UNC Financial Aid website. For more information on financial aid for Extended Studies programs, please refer to Financial Aid Information for students in Extended Studies Programs.
Students can also find information in the Guide to Federal Student Aid at studentaid.ed.gov/students/publications/student_guide/index.html.