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Discovery and self-discovery: at UNC-Chapel Hill, we think the best education includes learning more about yourself and your role in the Carolina community.
Make yourself at home. Campus housing is a safe, affordable place to put your feet up while you put roots down at Carolina, an unmatched opportunity to immerse yourself in Tar Heel life.
More than a building, the Union offers a variety of spaces for students to relax, refresh, chat with friends or study.
Engage in some serious fun. Campus Recreation welcomes students, faculty, staff and family members of all ability levels to enjoy our inclusive social and physical activities, from personal fitness and outdoor education to intramural and club sports.
Be well, from head to heels. At Carolina, we believe health and wellness are a lifelong crucial part of achieving goals, whether inside the classroom, in our relationships, at our desks or out in the world.
Connect to your purpose. The Carolina Center for Public Service blends UNC-Chapel Hill's dual mission of service and learning to build and spread engagement with the world around us.
Where Carolina’s borders end, the town of Chapel Hill – a vibrant, welcoming community of 59,000 people – continues.
We will take direction from the BOG about the best ways to collaborate with them on the process to prepare a revised plan by the March 15 deadline.
Vice Chancellor and General Counsel Mark Merritt will leave Carolina at the end of the year to rejoin the Robinson Bradshaw law firm in Charlotte, where he was a litigator for 33 years.
Susan Credle, a 1985 graduate of the School of Media and Journalism, is the global chief creative officer at FCB Global, a marketing communications agency that provides work in 80 countries.