Adverse Conditions: The University will move to Condition 1 at 10 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 30
For nearly 8,000 new students, last week marked the beginning of an exciting new journey in Chapel Hill. For others, it was a return to the place they’ve come to call home.
Celebrations began as students moved into residence halls on campus and apartments and houses in Chapel Hill. On Sunday night, the night before the first day of classes, Tar Heels kicked off the year with New Student Convocation and FallFest.
I speak for everyone on this campus when I say that we are so excited for you and we are here to support you. You don’t have to do this alone. I can’t wait to get to know you and to see where this journey takes you.
Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz at New Student Convocation
If you embrace your gifts, be courageous, positively impact those around you, be better than who you were yesterday and do it all with gratitude – you will not only exist through college, you will flourish.
Katie Hoeg ’22, Convocation keynote speaker
Classes may have started Monday, but it was a busy week leading up to FDOC.
Catch up on some of the activities on campus, such as move in and Convocation and FallFest and learn about other Week of Welcome activities.
Student Wellness works to enhance the individual and collective health of our campus through a wide range of programs, services and resources, including Campus Health and Counseling and Psychological Services.
Home to resources like the Writing Center and the Learning Center, the College of Arts and Sciences' Center for Student Success is ready to help students achieve their academic and personal goals.
Carolina's Counseling and Psychological Services is strongly committed to addressing the mental health needs of the student body through timely access to consultation and connection to clinically appropriate services.
Whether this is your first time on campus or you're a seasoned Carolina student, the University Libraries can give you a leg up this year.
Research at Carolina drives innovation and breakthroughs in many fields of impactful study, from gene therapies and drug development to population studies to coastal resilience.
These scholars and leaders, all standouts in their fields, bring a world of knowledge and experience to campus, offering a fresh start to a new academic year.
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For more than 10 years, the UNC Center for Galapagos Studies has been a hub of collaborative research activity spanning many disciplines, with the potential to impact the globe. the UNC Center for Galapagos Studies and the University San Francisco of Quito hosted the World Summit on Island Sustainability in June to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the center.
In June, we took a look at Carolina in the 1980s. Fashion and technology may have changed since the ’80s, but no matter the decade, it has always been a great day to be a Tar Heel.
Seth Hammond has spent his summer being a student orientation leader to welcome incoming first-year and transferring Tar Heels to Carolina.