The University is currently operating under Reduced Campus Services and Operations due to COVID-19
Starting Sept. 22, voters can learn about 2020 election processes through library events and resources.
SlowCOVIDNC alerts users who have the app if they have been in close contact with an individual who later tests positive for COVID-19. It is voluntary to download and use, and is designed to enhance the state’s existing contact tracing efforts.
Students, faculty and staff can be vaccinated at the Student Stores Pharmacy and Campus Health Pharmacy with no appointment required.
We hope you will join us.
Honors Carolina invites the campus community to come together for six topical discussions with faculty experts and six hours of action designed to marshal knowledge in the fight against racism.
Four leading public health experts from New York, Philadelphia, North Carolina, and Oslo, Norway, will discuss the likelihood, nature and timeframe of the development of a coronavirus vaccine.