The University is currently operating under Reduced Campus Services and Operations due to COVID-19
At Carolina, diversity and inclusion are about building understanding across differences, creating conditions to ensure the equitable educational and social benefits of diversity and cultivating an inclusive and supportive environment for undergraduate, graduate and professional students, faculty and staff – where every person feels valued and has an opportunity to add value.
With the University’s COVID-19 closure, the organizers of summer programs at Carolina — from coursework for both graduate and undergraduate students, to support from Campus Wellness, the Writing Center, Learning Center and University Career Services, to outreach programs Project Uplift and Uplift PLUS, to the Chancellor’s Science Scholars — have had to redefine what it means to offer “hands-on” experiences by shifting quickly to a virtual model.
More than 11,000 women are enrolled at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill today, making up more than half of the student body. That wasn't always the case. Take a closer look at how women’s history progressed at Carolina.
As part of the University's celebration of African American Heritage Month, Carolina Dining Services and the Black Student Movement hosted a Mama Dip’s takeover at Chase Dining Hall.