The following resources and opportunities are available to support you in succeeding at Carolina :
The Center for Student Success and Academic Counseling | CSSAC is dedicated to promoting academic excellence to assist students in achieving their academic goals while enrolled at Carolina, Learning Disabilities Services, the Learning Center, the Summer Bridge Program, Chemistry and Mathematics Tutorials, and the Writing Center. These programs focus on providing academic support services to students from the moment they enter the University.
Johnston Center for Undergraduate Excellence | Described by its planning committee as a "democracy of learning," the Center's mission is to lead a renaissance in undergraduate education at Carolina . Students come to the Johnston Center to learn about undergraduate research and Honors Study Abroad opportunities, to meet distinguished Carolina alumni and campus visitors, to participate in arts and cultural events, and to get to know their professors as scholars and people.
Leadership Development | Carolina Leadership Development offers a variety of services and programs for everyone interested in leadership at the University.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Center | The LGBTQ Center works to foster a safe inclusive environment for UNC-Chapel Hill community members of all sexual orientations, gender identities and gender expressions.
Office of the Dean of Students | Through the enforcement of University policies such as the Honor Code , the Racial Harassment Policy, the Sexual Harassment Policy, and the Student Alcohol Policy, the office serves to promote a positive learning environment in which students may achieve their full academic and personal potential.
Office of Scholarships and Student Aid | The mission of the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid is to ensure that qualified students have the opportunity to study at the University regardless of their ability to pay the full costs of attendance.
Pre-Orientation | As a new Carolina student, the Office for Minority Affairs and currently enrolled students invite you to attend Pre-Orientation 2004! Pre-O is designed to assist African American, Native American, Latina⁄o and other underrepresented new students with their transition to Carolina.
Summer Bridge | Summer Bridge is a seven-week residential academic support program for a select group of entering first-year students. The program is designed to ease participants' personal and academic transition from high school to the University.