Opportunities for Prospective Students
Diversity and Multicultural Affairs’ recruitment programs reflect UNC’s commitment to supporting a diverse and inclusive academic community. We offer on and off-campus programs to introduce Carolina and the college experience to under-served communities, including African American, American Indian, Asian American, Hispanic/Latino, low income, rural, and first generation college students.
Our Programs Include:
- Project Uplift
- H.S. Honor Days
- UNC Scholar Days
- Native American programs
- Latina⁄o programs
- NC Renaissance
- Scholarship Information
Get to Know Carolina | As a prospective student, you have many exciting opportunities to get to know the friendly, inclusive atmosphere of Carolina. On-campus opportunities include
- Decision Days
- Visitation days for especially for Native American and Hispanic/Latino students
- Group or Personal visitation
- Pre-Orientation (for incoming students and parents)
You can also learn more about Carolina during special programs at area high schools, such as:
How We Work | Diversity and Multicultural Affairs works with over 200 currently enrolled undergraduate students to offer recruitment programs and activities for prospective students. We achieve this through respected partnerships with various student organizations including, but not limited to, the Carolina Indian Circle, the Black Student Movement, North Carolina Renaissance, Carolina Hispanic Association and Student Government. The Minority Student Recruitment Committee plays a major role in the implementation of all of the recruitment programs and activities offered by Diversity and Multicultural Affairs. We also work closely with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions .
More Information | Contact Recruitment and Multicultural Programs at (919) 843-6086 or by email.