The University is currently operating under Reduced Campus Services and Operations due to COVID-19
We are excited to launch our new Sense of Place Zoom tour, a 45-minute-long virtual tour hosted live by a tour guide who shares a video tour that introduces campus history and traditions as well as some of the University’s current endeavors in research and innovation.
Learn more about our new Zoom tour!
The UNC Visitors Center is currently closed and in-person guided tours are suspended, but visitors are permitted on campus. Students, faculty, staff and visitors are asked to adhere to our community standards and county requirements to help stop the spread of COVID-19. This includes staying at least 6 feet away from others whenever possible in all indoor and outdoor settings. Individuals should avoid gathering in large groups and avoid crowded areas. When indoors, all individuals must wear a face covering and maintain 6 feet of physical distance or observe facility-specific requirements. When outdoors, individuals must wear a face covering when appropriate physical distancing is not possible.
We hope that you will find our Visitors Guide helpful as you explore Carolina. If you have other questions, you may reach us 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-962-1630. For details about parking on campus, check visitor parking. For information and resources about visiting Chapel Hill, visit the Orange County Visitors Bureau.
With historic buildings and picturesque landscaping, Carolina's campus is iconic, and some of the University's most beautiful spots are worth a closer look.
More than 225 years ago, a radical idea took root in North Carolina: higher education, funded by the people, for the people. As we enter the third decade of this millennium, the challenges we face today are great, but, as we have demonstrated for more than two centuries, we are built to face great challenges.
Take a sip from the Old Well on your first day of classes to get good grades. Sign your name on the bricks inside the Bell Tower as a senior. Relax in the sun on Polk Place. Carolina is filled with traditions - some that date back for decades and others that are new - that students cherish today.
“It’s a great day to be a Tar Heel” is a phrase you’ll often hear around Carolina, and for a good reason. Every day, Tar Heels create a positive impact on the world by improving their communities and inspiring change through their talents. They’re artists, scientists, humanitarians, researchers and innovators doing extraordinary things.
In a new experience created by the most innovative duo in contemporary theater, you and another audience member—strangers to one another—take a journey together without ever leaving your homes.
Carolina Public Humanities presents a faculty-led Great Books Reading Group discussion of Thomas De Quincey's CONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OPIUM-EATER
PPE Spring Author Series: Charles Mills: Rawls and Racial Justice. This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required.