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Export control regulations apply to information as well as things — and when controlled information is given to a non-US person it's considered to be an export to that person's country, even if it happens in the US, even if it happens on a university campus. If you collaborate with people in other countries, your emails could be considered a deemed export. When you travel, you're exporting everything you take with you and, of course, you're exporting when you ship an item outside the US. These could all lead to export control violations with consequences for you and for UNC Charlotte.


To learn more, please visit UNC Charlotte's Export Control website.

If you have any questions, please contact the Facility Security Officer and Export Control Officer at 704‑687‑1877 or