Campus Y

  • The Pit
  • Campus Y
  • Stone Center
  • Arboretum
  • Scholarships and Student Aid
  • Student Stores
  • The Carolina Union
  • Housing
  • Campus Health Services
  • UNC Hospitals

Since its establishment in 1860, the Campus Y has been one of the most vibrant student organizations at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Through student dedication and commitment, the Y is a leader in on-campus discussion and dialogue and off-campus service and activism.Through the years, the Y led the racial integration of the student body, the opposition to the Vietnam war, the effort to improve wages and working conditions for University employees, the establishment of the Sonja Haynes Stones Center for Black Culture and History and many other efforts to improve our campus and our community. Its mission is “the pursuit of social justice through the cultivation of pluralism.” On such a large campus, the Y serves as a center where students of different races, religions and backgrounds can come together to enhance their own cultural awareness and celebrate diversity.