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As the fall semester gets underway, Interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz welcomes Tar Heels back to campus.
Hundreds of Tar Heels started the first day of classes with a sip from the Old Well in hopes of securing some extra luck for the school year.
The school year started Sunday night by welcoming 4,195 first-year students and 852 transfer students to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill during the New Student Convocation.
The new service, recommended by UNC-Chapel Hill’s Mental Health Task Force, will give Carolina students direct access to mental health professionals at any time of the day or night.
With a $150,000 grant, Carolina and three other universities will study coasts, climates and the environmental humanities.
With boxes and suitcases in tow, thousands of undergraduate students began moving into residence halls Aug. 16. The move-in marked the start of a busy week that will help new Tar Heels get to know the campus, build community, make new friends and prepare for classes.
It’s the book club that doesn’t require advance reading! Drop by the Sloane Art Library to view a selection of artists’ books from the collection. Artists’ books are works of art in book form, and Carolina’s Art Library has an outstanding collection of them.
The UNC Visitors Center welcomes guests to tour our dynamic campus. Whether you’re interested in prospective undergraduate tours – provided by our Office of Undergraduate Admissions – or you’d just like to get to know us better, we invite you to walk our storied brick paths and between our stone walls.
Join the UNC Employee Forum, UNC Faculty Council, and the Carolina Black Caucus as we discuss the status of the North Carolina State Health Plan! State Treasurer Dale Folwell and other panelists will open the discussion, after which UNC Staff and Faculty will have the opportunity to ask questions of the panelists.