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Interested in the arts? There’s a student group waiting for you. Carolina is home to clubs that focus on everything from music to dance to comedy to crafts.
In particular, Carolina boasts nearly a dozen a cappella groups with styles ranging from R&B and pop hits to religious and Asian fusion. Groups have become a staple of Carolina traditions with performances at Convocation, Sunset Serenade and Commencement.
Carolina’s varsity athletes aren’t the only ones representing the Tar Heels on the field.
Through athletic-focused student groups and Campus Recreation’s Sport Clubs program, thousands of students compete in Carolina blue on the weekends. From soccer and ice hockey to quidditch and ballroom dancing, the teams play at some of the highest levels of their sports.
Tar Heels give back. Heel Life hosts a plethora of service-based organizations so students can find ways to make a positive difference in their communities.
Here are just a few examples: Carolina For The Kids has raised nearly $6 million for the UNC Children’s Hospital through its annual Dance Marathon and Music Empowerment provides free music classes to young community members.
Whether you are a hardcore competitive gamer or a casual player, there is a place for you in UNC Esports.
CPALS pairs trained UNC-Chapel Hill students with patients in the pediatric hematology-oncology clinic at UNC Hospitals.
UNC-Chapel Hill’s Be a Maker program is a network of makerspaces where Carolina’s maker community design and make physical objects for education, research, entrepreneurship and recreation.
Best Buddies Brews provides individuals with disabilities a platform to develop and showcase marketable skills, build friendships and engage with community members.