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  • An American flag flies above the UNC-Chapel Hill campus.

    Inauguration Day 2021: Promoting democracy through Carolina Next

    "As Americans, regardless of political viewpoints, we share a steadfast responsibility to defend and promote that democracy, to uphold the values of truth, freedom, equality, and the inherent dignity of every person."

  • The Old Well with a sign in front that says

    Welcome to the spring semester

    Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz  greets the Tar Heel community on the first day of the 2021 spring semester and says there are many reasons to be excited and optimistic for the months to come.

  • Stephen Farmer

    A legacy of impact

    A new scholarship for incoming first-generation students honors former vice provost’s two-decade legacy of improving the accessibility and affordability of Carolina.

  • A women on a Zoom call on her laptop.

    Carolina Away expands for spring 2021

    New courses and a social hub activities give the online program a fresh look and extends its reach beyond new students.

  • Image of MLK surrounded around the words

    Carolina to celebrate MLK Day with lecture, banquet

    The University will begin its commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 17 with an annual banquet and awards presentation. The celebrations will conclude a week later with a lecture led by the co-founder of the Black Lives Matter Global Network.

  • Douglas Freedle

    Recruiting rural law students

    Carolina Law alumnus Douglas Freedle donated $1 million to support incoming law students from rural North Carolina.