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UNC to disenroll students who fail to acknowledge community guidelines

A small group stands near the Old Well behind South Building on Sunday, Sept. 12, 2020.
Buy Photos A small group stands near the Old Well behind South Building on Sunday, Sept. 12, 2020.

The University will begin the process of disenrolling students who have failed to acknowledge UNC's community guidelines starting Wednesday, University spokesperson Carly Miller said in an email to The Daily Tar Heel. 

Disenrollment consists of removing students from their spring courses — not from UNC itself. 

Students had to acknowledge that they would abide by the guidelines and update their physical address for the spring semester by Jan. 6. Students also had to update their physical address for the spring semester.

More than 27,000 students have met this requirement, Miller said. Students can still sign the acknowledgement.

But Miller said as of Tuesday, more than 200 students have not completed this action. UNC has followed up with students who have not met the requirement by contacting them individually by email, text or phone. 

The Registrar's Office will begin the disenrollment process on Jan. 27 for these students, Miller said.

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