The University is currently operating under Reduced Campus Services and Operations due to COVID-19
Bank of America has given $250,000 to Carolina to create the Bank of America Military Families Scholarship Endowment Fund. The fund will provide scholarship support for military families through the University’s Red, White and Carolina Blue Challenge.
UNC-Chapel Hill has reached a settlement with the Department of Education after it found serious deficiencies in the University's crime and safety reporting between 2009-2017. The University has made improvements and changes since the review began, but the shortcomings do not meet Carolina's standards for excellence.
June 1 marked the start of the 2020 hurricane season — and it’s slated to be an active one. Carolina researcher Rick Luettich talks about this year’s above-average hurricane forecast, the impact these storms have on inland populations and how COVID-19 may affect vulnerable communities.
Distinguished alumna Florence Fearrington has donated a rare book collection worth $6.2 million to the University Libraries. The collection includes 1,900 rare books, most on the subject of natural history.
First-year Master of Fine Arts students in Gwendolyn Schwinke’s spring voice and speech class used their acting skills for good to produce an online album of international folk tales for UNC Children’s Hospital.
New research from UNC-Chapel Hill and Deerfield Management Company could potentially lead to relief for tens of thousands of Americans suffering from an untreatable disease.
Take a macro-look at the objects, designs and textures from our campus that can be easy to miss.
Rising senior Landon Bost was one of 16 students nationwide selected to attend the Sports Journalism Institute, a fellowship program for minorities and women that seeks to diversify sports journalism.
Painstaking stewardship and a long view of history drive Massey Award winner Tom Bythell as he cares for Carolina’s precious campus.
The campus feels much different this summer, but Carolina in the summertime remains as charming and stunning as ever.
In the past, cochlear implants were employed in people with severe hearing loss, improving their ability to hear the conversations around them. But now, studies show that these devices offer benefits to patients with mild or moderate hearing loss.
A creative collaboration between UNC-Chapel Hill innovation and entrepreneurship programs connected students with startup companies looking to solve complex problems.
View photography from around the world in this exhibition featuring work by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill alumni, faculty, staff and students. The exhibition will open January 8 and run through July 10, 2020 at the FedEx Global Education Center. All photography on display was submitted as part of UNC-Chapel Hill’s 20th annual Carolina Global Photography Competition.
Join us to celebrate our graduating studio art seniors of Spring 2020 in a virtual exhibition of their ARTS 500 seminar works. Twenty students have selected works from across artistic disciplines in many different formats and media.
Learn more about waiving or enrolling in the UNC System Student Health Insurance Plan – Student Blue
UNC Department of Music and Carolina Performing Arts co-host Compose Carolina, a weekly livestream concert series highlighting UNC student and alumni musicians’ original compositions, with conversations led by UNC Department of Music faculty members.
We’ll host an online Information Session on July 15 to give an overview of our program and allow potential students to meet the instructor and coordinators. Please pre-register.
To help you prepare for your graduate studies here at Carolina, we’d like to invite incoming graduate students to join us virtually on Friday, August 7, 2020.