You Made History

Because of your generosity, the Campaign for Carolina has raised more than $5 billion for students, faculty, research and patient care at UNC-Chapel Hill. Thank you!
Here’s a look at the community who helped us reach $5 billion.

Carolina students and mascot hold up signs thanking donors to UNC-Chapel Hill
Carolina student and mascot hold up a sign thanking donors to UNC-Chapel Hill
Carolina students hold up a sign thanking donors to UNC-Chapel Hill
Carolina students and Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz hold up signs thanking donors to UNC-Chapel Hill
Carolina students hold up a sign thanking donors to UNC-Chapel Hill

Campaign Spotlight

Carolina students RIghteous Keitt, Brenda Rodriguez and Landon Collins stand with Chancellor Kevin Guskieiwicz in front of a sign saying 'Thank you' to donors
Campaign Priorities

A Historic Success

As we welcome in the new year, we are also marking the conclusion of the historic Campaign for Carolina. On Dec. 31, the campaign officially closed as UNC-Chapel Hill’s largest and most ambitious fundraising effort ever.

Carolina Stories


A Historic Gift To Accelerate Innovation

"An investment in a bright future for North Carolinians and beyond."

Student Support

Blue Sky Scholars

“We want to recruit more of these promising, middle-income students and set them up to succeed while at Carolina and well beyond graduation."

Student Support

$25 million gift helps secure graduate students’ future

“Our graduate students are at the heart of Carolina’s culture of collaboration."

Graphic of the planned completed structure of Steven D. Bell Hall

Funding the Future at UNC Kenan-Flagler

UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School celebrates groundbreaking for Steven D. Bell Hall

Broadcast studio inside the Curtis Media Center, with a desk and large screen to the side like in a professional news studio

A Place for ‘Dreamers and Believers’

The Curtis Media Center becomes Carolina's newest building.


The Bill Koman Game Plan for Success

Preparing Carolina football players for life after graduation

UNC Field Hockey Coach Karen Shelton sits in the middle of her team

A Tribute To Them

Coach Karen Shelton reflects on her players, a championship season and the best field hockey stadium in America

A triple negative breast cancer cell line stained for endothelial cells and blood vessel content. Using immunofluorescence, the researchers showed that blood vessels in the cell line are leaky.

Supporting Innovative Cancer Treatments

Donor gives $25 million to establish UNC Lineberger Center for Triple Negative Breast Cancer.

Bill and Dana Starling with a view of mountains in the background

Starling gift establishes UNC Suicide Prevention Institute

The new institute aims to better understand causes and prevention of suicide, as well as engage and educate communities.

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