The University is currently operating under Reduced Campus Services and Operations due to COVID-19

All Together

As the spring semester begins this week, the Carolina experience will continue to feel different, and we will need everyone’s help to keep our community safe.

Both the Carolina and Chapel Hill communities are counting on each one of us to work together so that our roommates, classmates, professors, coworkers and neighbors can enjoy a successful semester.

It will take a commitment by all of us to ensure our success as we respond to the challenge presented during this pandemic.

A student wearing a mask carries books., the University’s hub for information about life at Carolina during the pandemic, will be updated throughout the semester based on new information from UNC-Chapel Hill’s world-class infectious disease and public health experts, state and local health officials, the UNC System and the valuable feedback from our faculty, students, staff and community.

Carolina Together.

Navigating campus safely

Join two of our Carolina Together Ambassadors for a tour of campus to learn more about the procedures and processes the University has enacted to keep our Tar Heels safe this semester.

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Keeping our community safe

Student life

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    Carolina Away expands for spring 2021

    Carolina Away, launched in fall 2020 to serve students new to UNC-Chapel Hill who needed an all-remote learning experience, will continue into spring 2021 with new courses, engaging new programming and a broader scope.

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    Heel Life

    As student groups adapt their missions during the pandemic, they're finding creative and innovative ways to stay connected and build community. Learn more about upcoming virtual student life events and new ways to meet classmates this spring.

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    Social Activity Hub

    The Carolina Away Social Activity Hub is a new web-based tool to learn about upcoming events, including movie nights, basketball watch parties, game nights and other social gatherings to help people connect and let people spend time with each other outside class.

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    Carolina COVID-19 Student Service Corps

    The Carolina COVID-19 Student Service Corps is open to undergraduate and graduate students. Student volunteers have the opportunity to engage in service opportunities related to health and well-being and have the option to serve in a leadership capacity where they will receive essential skills for project management and keeping the Carolina community healthy.