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    With more than 17 departments spread out across campus, our units pride themselves on helping students continue their learning outside of the classroom to leave their Tar Heel print not only at Carolina but in the world.  Your gifts ensure these premier student programs will continue to support current and future Tar Heels.

    We invite you to stand with other donors to ensure that Carolina students are equipped to go forth and leave their Tar Heel prints on the world with great things they will do.



    Vice Chancellor’s Unrestricted Fund
    UNC NPHC Legacy Plaza
    Student Emergency Fund
    Carolina Parents Endowment

    About Us

    Student Affairs provides essential programs and services that enhance academic success and personal growth for more than 29,000 students enrolled in undergraduate, graduate and professional programs at the University. These programs and services challenge and enable students to become compassionate and responsible citizens and leaders of the campus, local, and global communities by fostering an inclusive, culturally diverse living and learning campus environment.

    Photo taken April 2016.


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