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UNC Visitors Center tours

The UNC Visitors Center welcomes guests to Carolina. Our Sense of Place tours share the many stories of our extraordinary university and introduce you to the innovation, impact and accessibility that define Carolina’s identity today. Whether you’re interested in prospective undergraduate tours – provided by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions – or you would just like to get to know Carolina better, you are invited to walk our storied brick paths between our stone walls.

The UNC Visitors Center offers Sense of Place tours at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Registration is required prior to tours. To register for a tour, complete the scheduling form or contact the uncvisitorscenter@unc.edu. Tours are not held during the weekend, holidays or campus closures. For questions, call 919-962-1630.

Note: The UNC Visitors Center is temporarily operating out of the Rotunda in Hill Hall while construction on our new space is being completed.

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