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UNC-Chapel Hill Visitors Center – Sense of Place Tour

The UNC Visitors Center is pleased to welcome you to our dynamic campus. Whether you’re interested in prospective undergraduate tours – provided by our Office of Undergraduate Admissions – or you’d just like to get to know us better, we invite you to walk our storied brick paths and between our stone walls. On Sense of Place Tours, enthusiastic and knowledgeable guides introduce the University’s impact, hallmarks and traditions on a one-hour walking tour of campus. We believe Carolina is truly a special place and we are excited to share it with you! All tours are free and open to the public.

Register here for the Sense of Place Tour.

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