Business Partners

The CCI Business Partners fosters collaborative relationships between the College of Computing and Informatics at UNC Charlotte and select businesses. The relationships and support provided by CCI Business Partner members contribute greatly to CCI's continued growth in relevant and emerging technologies, while providing the most effective quality education for our students. In return, industry leaders get access to a flexible portfolio of benefits for engaging with our students and faculty.

What Our Partners Say!

"We find it invaluable"... "By participating in the Partner's Program, we learned that Internships were the best way to create a pipeline of potential permanent employees"  - Stacey,  City Of Charlotte

 " We had a great time and thank you so much for always putting on a great event! You and your team’s commitment to your  students is so apparent and I hope they know how fortunate they are
            to have support like all of you." - Kimberly, Belk Inc

Membership Levels

Dean's Corporate Mentors

The CCI Dean's Corporate Mentor programs include the Women in Computing Initiative, and several mentorship opportunities for our local community to contribute to the education and future success of our students.

The Women in Computing Initiative from the College of Computing and Informatics (CCI) at UNC Charlotte aims to encourage female and diverse students to enter and progress in the Computing field. The initiative is a mentoring program to build a community of inclusion and expand access to opportunities in computing.

Lynn Marshall For more information please contact:

CCI Business Partners Director

Mentor Partners

We appreciate the contribution and generousity of our Mentor partners from these organizations: 










alumni scholarship fund

The Alumni Gives Scholarship allows students to pursue their dreams and contribute to the technology community.  This needs-based scholarship empowers students to overcome financial hurdles while pursuing their education goals and gives preference to underrepresented populations within the CCI student body. 

Give to alumni Crowdfund