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  • A collage of polariods of four students in caps and gowns.

    Congrats, Class of 2020

    Class of 2020, you did it! While Commencement festivities on campus have been postponed, your achievements are worth celebrating this week and beyond.

  • The Bell Tower

    Welcome to the alumni family

    This week, our graduates became part of the Carolina alumni family that is more than 336,000 members strong. Watch as some of our alumni and campus community members welcome graduates to the next chapter of their Tar Heel experience.

  • Tyger Hanbeck

    A Tar Heel for life

    As Tyger Hanback prepares to graduate from Carolina, he reflects on his time at UNC-Chapel Hill and the lifelong memories he's made with his fellow Tar Heels.

  • Cee Cee Huffman

    Saying goodbye

    Before graduating from UNC-Chapel Hill, senior Cee Cee Huffman took a walk through campus to say goodbye to the places that helped shape her time at Carolina.

  • A polariod camera in Kenan Stadium with photos around it.

    Capturing the celebration

    Graduation photos can be harder to take with stay-at-home orders in effect, but those Carolina blue caps and gowns and the students wearing them deserve to be highlighted. Enjoy these graduate portraits made in the Age of Zoom.

  • A collage of people playing instruments.

    ‘The joy and love for music’

    Meet some of the Tar Heels who are bringing the sound of music to Carolina.

  • The Bell Tower.

    What binds us to this place?

    As Charles Kuralt said 27 years ago, Carolina is more than just the Bell and the Well. While our iconic structures and the campus life bring a special energy to the University, it's the people who make us great.

  • People wearing medical masks while working.

    Carolina’s heroes

    The University salutes its essential workers and asks Tar Heels everywhere to wear Carolina blue to honor them on April 28.