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Admitted? What's Next?
Transcript of Admitted? What's Next?
Congratulations, you've been
accepted to UNCW!
Log In to mySeaPort- this will be your UNCW online portal now that you have been accepted (you will no longer use or need SeaLevel)
Your username and password can be found on page 2 of your acceptance letter
Click the Teal Ticket tab and follow "Steps for Enrollment" to pay (you can pay online with a credit card, or by mailing a check).
The Teal Ticket will have a list of all of the steps you should complete before getting to UNCW. Not all may apply to you, so read carefully.
If you choose to pay by check, please include the following in the memo
Student's Full Name
UNCW Student ID # (found on your acceptance letter, beginning with 850)
"For enrollment deposit"
Is UNCW the school for you? Pay your enrollment deposit to confirm your place!
Register for Orientation
Class Registration &
Early Registration Advising
UNCW is so excited to welcome you as part of our new freshman class!
You were selected from a large and competitive applicant pool, and should be very proud of this accomplishment!
Consider Attending Seahawk Preview Day
This program will also provide an opportunity to pay enrollment deposit, housing deposit, and orientation fees in person!
(with check or mastercard)
Start checking your UNCW Email!
You have until May 1st to pay this deposit and guarantee your spot.
Each year, UNCW hosts "Seahawk Preview Day", which is a spring visit day EXCLUSIVELY for accepted first year students!
(You will receive an invitation via your SeaLevel account)
This comprehensive program covers far more than your general campus visit or tour!
You can look forward to...
an academic and student services fair with representatives from various campus services and departments
student and professional panels dicussing student life, involvement at UNCW , and the "TEAL Experience" beyond the classroom
a sample "Master Class" taught by a UNCW professor (students only)
a campus tour with an opportunity to visit select residence halls for tours of model rooms! (not available on general campus tours)
Academic Placement Testing
Foreign Language Testing
All incoming freshman will take the math placement test in person as a part of Orientation, unless they intend to take MAT 101 and it meets the math requirement of their intended major.
Students who intend to continue with a language they studied in high school will be required to complete the online foreign language placement test to determine the appropriate collegiate course level.
Placement test scores can qualify students to earn supplemental credit, so it is in the best interest of the student to perform well on all placement tests.
If you have any questions about preparing to attend UNCW, you can find more information on the following websites...
Transition Programs (Orientation)..... uncw.edu/orientation
University College (Advising)..... uncw.edu/UC
Housing and Residence Life..... uncw.edu/housing
Financial Aid..... uncw.edu/FinAid
On Campus Housing
UNCW offers On Campus housing for both first-year and transfer students. First year students are required to live on campus.
If you plan to live in on campus housing you will also need to complete a housing contract and pay a $105 housing deposit prior to May 1 to be guaranteed on campus housing.
*Note: This is different than your enrollment deposit- your enrollment deposit should be paid FIRST
Building and room requests are accommodated in the order that contracts are completed, so the early bird gets the worm!
You can find the steps to complete your contract, make room requests, and pay your deposit from the Teal Ticket tab in mySeaport (where you paid your enrollment deposit)
Once you have paid your enrollment deposit, you will be able to register for Freshman Orientation. *Note- the enrollment deposit MUST be paid before you will be able to sign up
Orientation is where you will get acclimated to UNCW, learn about campus resources, and register for your first semester of classes.
*See "Class Registration" for more info
Steps to Register...
Log in to mySeaport and select the "Student Services" tab
Click "Orientation Signup" on the left side under "Services"
Select your desired session and pay associated fees (Visa and Mastercard Accepted)
Print your confirmation page
*The earlier you can attend Orientation, the better; you will not be able to finalize your class registration until you have completed both days of Orientation.
Prior to attending orientation you should...
Complete the FAFSA
Mail your Immunization and Medical History Form to the Student Health Center
Complete online placement tests
*See "Academic Placement Testing" for more info
For more information about placement testing please visit
We will soon be announcing dates for early registration. Students who sign up for Orientation by early May (before any orientation sessions) will be eligible for early course registration. Students registering for orientation after this date will have to wait until their orientation session to begin the class registration process.
Visit the link below to learn more about Early Advising
and other academic opportunities at UNCW!
The majority of students will complete their class registration at the end of their Orientation session, with the help of an academic advisor.
Your acceptance letter contained your UNCW email information, which is the same information you used to log in to mySeaport.
Your email will be a combination of letters and numbers followed by "@uncw.edu"
Your password will be your 8 digit date of birth (MMDDYYYY)
You can check your email from the homepage of mySeaport. You should start checking it at least weekly, as this will become UNCW's primary method of communication with you.
Once you begin classes this will also be how most professors communicate, so it will be important to get in the habit of checking it regularly!