About The College

Charlotte's leader in business education.

UNC Charlotte has been educating future business leaders since the 1960s. Today, with more than 3,900 undergraduate students, more than 800 graduate students, over 100 full-time faculty and more than 32,000 alumni, the Belk College of Business is one of the Carolinas' largest business schools.


Mission, Vision and Values

Vision Statement

The vision of the Belk College of Business is to be a leading urban research business school.

Mission Statement

We are committed to creating an inclusive culture that inspires a passion for knowledge and intellectual growth as well as a dedication to service. We engage in research that fosters innovative business theory, policy, and practice. In strategic partnership with the Greater Charlotte region, we educate our students to become leaders who are critical thinkers, ethically informed, and globally aware.

Shared Values

Integrity: We embrace integrity as the fundamental basis for trust, leadership, and organizational culture.

Knowledge and Innovation: We are dedicated to encouraging intellectual curiosity, advancing knowledge, and promoting innovation.

Excellence: We have a passion for excellence in business, research, and education.

Diversity and Inclusion: We foster an environment that is based on mutual respect, broadens understanding, and builds trust.

Global Citizenship: We promote ethically principled and sustainable global practices that foster economic and social value.

2015-2020 Strategic Plan
The Belk College of Business celebrated our 50th Anniversary in 2020-2021 - Learn more

Campus Locations

UNC Charlotte Campus

UNC Charlotte Campus
Friday Building
9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28223

704‑687‑1393 fax

Campus Map

Center City Campus

The Dubois Center at UNC Charlotte Center City
320 E. 9th Street (Corner of 9th & Brevard)
Charlotte, NC 28202



The Belk College is accredited by AACSB International, the premier accrediting agency for degree programs in business administration and accounting. Less than 5 percent of business schools have earned AACSB Accreditation.

AACSB accredited

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