The University is currently operating under Reduced Campus Services and Operations due to COVID-19
In 1951, UNC-Chapel Hill sent books to the Hiroshima University library after the atomic bombing that led to the end of World War II. Ever since, Carolina has been making Japan an important partner through research, education and cultural exchanges.
University employees are among the current record-breaking enrollment of UNC System students. They’re taking advantage of Carolina’s tuition waiver benefit and more online classes to pursue degrees during the pandemic.
New courses and a social hub activities give the online program a fresh look and extends its reach beyond new students.
A digital, self-guided exploration of these distanced times created by thirteen of the most provocative and diverse voices in the contemporary music idiom.
North Carolina Superior Court Judge Carl Fox will be this year's speaker at the 36th Annual University/Community Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Banquet. He will be joined by other high profile members of our community and the UNC High School Scholarships, Citizenship and Bridge Builder Awards will also be presented.
The COVID-19 testing centers that are part of the Carolina Together Testing Program (located in the Carolina Union, Rams Head and CURRENT ArtSpace + Studio) will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.