Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Event Pages Temporarily Down

Please note that the event section of MyUNC is temporarily down, so admitted students do not currently have access to their event invitations. We're working on the issue, and should have it resolved very soon. Thanks for your patience!

Friday, March 19, 2010

Update on Decisions - How to View Your Decision

We write to share the steps to view decisions when they are available.

To view your decision:
  1. Log into MyUNC.
  2. Under “AS Bachelor, 2010 Fall," select “View Official Test Scores, Outstanding Items, and Application Status.”
  3. Your Student Center will appear. Under Admissions, select “Click here to view your decision.

In order to view your decision, please note that, if applicable, the pop-up blocker feature on your computer must be disabled.

Internet Explorer
  1. In the menu bar, go to Tools and navigate down to “Pop-up Blocker Settings.”
  2. Click on “Turn-Off Pop-up Blocker.”
Google Toolbar
  1. Click the Google Pop-up Blocker toolbar icon.
  2. The Pop-up Blocker icon should read “Popups are okay.”
Mozilla Firefox
  1. In the menu bar, go to Tools and navigate down to Options.
  2. Select “Content” tab or icon.
  3. Uncheck box labeled “Block pop-up windows.”
  1. Click on “Blocking Pop-ups” at the bottom right corner of the AOL window.
  2. Uncheck box labeled “Suppress pop-ups from websites I visit.”
  3. Click “Save” button.

Yahoo Toolbar
  1. Click on the Yahoo Toolbar's popup blocker icon option arrow. This arrow is pointing down beside of the popup blocker icon.
  2. Click on “Enable Pop-up Blocker” to uncheck.
  1. To allow blocked pop-ups when you're already on a site, follow these steps:
  2. Click the “Pop-ups Blocked” alert at the bottom right-hand corner of the browser tab.
  3. Select the pop-up that you'd like to allow.
  4. If you'd like, select “Always show pop-ups” from (site).

If you're using Google Chrome Beta for Windows, the site is added to the exceptions list, which you can manage in the Content Settings dialog (go to Tools menu > Options > Under the Hood to open the dialog box).

If you're using Google Chrome Beta for Windows, you can also disable the pop-up blocker completely. Follow these steps:
  1. Click the “Tools” menu.
  2. Select “Options.”
  3. Click the “Under the Hood” tab.
  4. Click Content settings in the "Privacy" section.
  5. Click the “Pop-ups” tab.
  6. Select "Allow all sites to show pop-ups." You can make exceptions for specific websites by clicking Exceptions.
  7. Click “Close” to save your setting.

  1. Open the Safari menu and select the “Preferences” option.
  2. In the window that displays, click on the “Security” option.
  3. Remove the checkmark from the “Block pop-up” windows option.
  4. Close the window.

Or, for an older version of Safari, try
  1. Open Safari
  2. Click on the Safari Menu
  3. Uncheck “Block Pop-Up Windows”

Thank you for your interest in Carolina. For the latest information from our office, please continue to visit this blog.

Friday, March 5, 2010

MyUNC is Currently Down

We’re sorry to report that MyUNC is currently down. We apologize for the inconvenience; please know that we are working to restore service as soon as possible.

Thank you for your patience. For the latest information, please stay tuned to this blog.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

MyUNC Still Experiencing Technical Issues

**Update: We're still working on resolving this issue. While many students should be able to fully access their MyUNC pages, students who log on with their ONYEN may not be able to view their test scores and decision letter. We should have this fixed very soon.
-Julie--Wed, 5:42 pm**

We're very sorry for the continued inconvenience but we've just learned that MyUNC is still not working properly and some students are not able to access their events, To-Do list, and other information.

We're working to address these issues and we hope to have them corrected very soon.

Please stay posted for the latest information. We'll post it here first.

Monday, March 1, 2010

MyUNC Technical Issue is Now Fixed

We're glad to report that the technical error on MyUNC is now fixed. After logging in, students should be able to once again view their "To-do" lists, test scores, events and other items in their account.

Thank you for your patience. Please continue to check this blog for the latest updates.