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Message from Carolina on measles and the MMR vaccine

While no measles cases have been reported in North Carolina yet, it is important to be aware of the highly contagious virus. Everyone should know their immunization history and make sure they have received two doses of the vaccine or have had a positive titer consistent with immunity.

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  • Message from Carolina on measles and the MMR vaccine

    While no measles cases have been reported in North Carolina yet, it is important to be aware of the highly contagious virus. Everyone should know their immunization history and make sure they have received two doses of the vaccine or have had a positive titer consistent with immunity.

  • Remembering our military

    On Memorial Day, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill remembers the men and women who lost their lives during military service to the country.

  • Carolina Blood Drive scheduled for June 4

    Make your appointment to be part of the Carolina Blood Drive; download the Red Cross Blood Donor App, visit redcrossblood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767). Walk-ins will be accepted the day of the drive, but appointments are encouraged.

  • Watch Commencement

    Watch as more than 6,000 Tar Heels graduate from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

  • A ‘special, hard-earned day’ for doctoral graduates

    Carolina's annual Doctoral Hooding ceremony celebrated more than 250 students who earned their doctoral degrees this spring.

  • Watch Doctoral Hooding

    Watch as more than 250 students receive their doctoral degrees at Carolina's annual Doctoral Hooding Ceremony.