The key services listed below are available to all UNC Asheville students. You can also find information about the Career Center, student health services, recreation, Information Technology Services, cultural events and other services on UNC Asheville's website.
Email & OnePort
When becoming part of the UNC Asheville community each student is given a UNC Asheville e-mail account and a student account for the University's web portal, OnePort.
OnePort is UNC Asheville's portal for Students, Faculty, and Staff. The portal contains links to Self Service Banner, which allows users to register for classes, view their advisees, submit their leave reports, and more.
Logging into OnePort
- Go to oneport.unca.edu.
- Login with your UNC Asheville username and password.
Once you're logged in, you will see a list of links on the left-hand side under the heading "QuickLaunch Navigation." Depending on your role within the university (Employee, faculty, staff, student, etc.) you will see different options.
Every semester UNC Asheville asks students to evaluate courses and teaching with the goal of making them better. We can't do that without your thoughtful feedback, so your participation is very important to us. The university uses an online service provider to ensure that your evaluations will be totally anonymous. Please know that we value your feedback and that your instructor will use it to improve his/her courses. Each semester, students who are enrolled in courses eligible for evaluation will receive an email to their UNC Asheville email accounts with a link to the online evaluation. Please be on the lookout for these emails during the last month of classes each semester.
Some important notes:
- If you feel that a particular question is not applicable to your course, you can select NA for Not Applicable in the column to the far right. Not all courses are designed to include the learning objectives listed in the first seven (7) questions.
- Once you have completed your evaluation, you cannot re-submit it. Please look carefully at the top of the evaluation form to make certain you are evaluating the correct course.
- Evaluations are not available for instructors to view until after all grades are submitted.
- Not all courses are evaluated each semester, so the list below may not include all of your enrolled courses.
Moodle is an online service that links you to your class. It offers ways to get in touch with fellow class mates as well as a calendar of events, a discussion board, a real time chat option, as well as a fast link to resources. To log in, use the same username and password you are using for OnePort. To access Moodle, click on the white Moodle link in the top right corner of any UNC Asheville webpage.
Check the Library's calendar for daily hours of operation.
University Writing Center
Supporting the development of students as writers, the University Writing Center promotes academic practices based on open inquiry and critical thinking while committed to truth seeking through multiple perspectives. The UWC models a diverse community and works with both students and faculty to provide a challenging education in the liberal arts. The UWC pursues opportunities to network with others in order to integrate writing with learning throughout a student's life at UNC Asheville and beyond. Many MLAS students have found the UWC to be a great resource! Find more information on the UWC website.
Extra help in math is provided free to all UNC Asheville students by the Math Lab located in 323 Robinson Hall. No appointment is necessary and it is available without regard to math background or aptitude. The lab offers an informal atmosphere that is supervised by a math instructor. Find more information on the Math Lab website or call 232-5191.