The UNC General Alumni Association serves Carolina and all of its students — past, present and future.
The GAA's Official Class Ring ceremony connects students to a lineage stretching all the way back to the University's first student — Hinton James, class of 1798 — while signaling they are on "the cusp of endeavors ... you cannot begin to imagine."
From celebrating Carolina's Black Pioneers — the 414 black students who came to Carolina between 1952 and 1972 — to supporting students through the Light on the Hill Society Scholarship, the Black Alumni Reunion continues to raise the BAR.
Families celebrate their shared connections to Carolina at the annual Legacy Pinning Ceremony.
Six times a year, in print and on your mobile devices, the Review brings Carolina to you.
Wherever you go, keep Carolina in your pocket. Download the free UNC Alumni app and log in to discover nearby Alumni Association services and Tar Heel happenings relevant to you.
- Every day is a #GDTBATH, especially when you call Carolina home.