The Senior Campaign | GiveUNC The Senior Campaign | GiveUNC

About Us

Since 2007, Carolina senior class marshals have led a student-centered giving campaign that encourages undergraduate seniors to leave their legacy on campus. Seniors are encouraged to give any amount they are able during their senior year to the class campaign, enabling seniors to leave their heelprint on Carolina and make gifts to the areas of campus that they love most.

Though seniors may make a gift of any amount to any area of campus to count towards Senior Campaign, this year senior marshals are encouraging gifts to high-impact campus funds that address some of the most significant problems our student body and campus face in 2021. Please see below to read more about these initiatives and make your senior gift on GiveUNC today!

Senior Campaign History

The Senior Campaign is a time-honored Carolina tradition. For over a decade, members of the senior class have joined together to create a lasting impact to help support, enrich and enhance the Carolina experience for generations of Tar Heels to come.  Every gift, no matter the amount, is honored and commemorated with a paver surrounding the infamous Bell Tower.  Be a part of your class’s legacy by making a meaningful gift today!

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#UNC21, before you turn your tassel share a photo from your first year at #UNC and a photo from your last. You may see it again soon 👀🎓

Submit your photos ➡️ https://bit.ly/3xCkHqR

TONIGHT ‼️ #UNC21, the resources and opportunities don’t dry up when you graduate! Learn how to squeeze the most out of your new Carolina degree at this event with speakers from @UNCGAA & @UNCHussman. 🎉🎓

Register ➡️ http://2021.unc.edu

The Senior Class Marshals are working to collect photos that feature the Class of 2021 to be a part of a special Senior Week event. Please submit any GROUP PHOTOS you have of that reflect special moments for our class

Visit http://go.unc.edu/2021photos to submit by NOON tomorrow! 💙

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Please note, photos used in GiveUNC communications may have been taken prior to state and local orders now in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.