Student Support: Giving Rise to Greatness

Carolina is home to some of the world’s most adept and curious minds for a reason: Enabling the best and brightest to shine is vital to our public mission and the nation’s future. Our students stand ready to have an immeasurable effect on the state and the world. But before they can deliver for us, we must deliver for them.

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    UNC PhD student Riley Vickers stands in front of a pond at Carolina's North Forest.
    Student Support

    Membranes and Modeling

    Royster Fellow and Ph.D. student Riley Vickers is bringing his distinct expertise to a multidisciplinary team working to improve the world’s access to clean water.

    Bryn Barker and DJ Passey hold hands with their twin boys on a beach.
    Student Support

    Dissertations and Diapers

    A Royster Fellowship proves crucial as married Ph.D. students Bryn Barker and DJ Passey juggle graduate studies and parenting twins.

    Carolina Covenant alum Kainat Aslam poses outside the UNC School of Medicine.
    Student Support

    Creating a Pathway

    With help from the Carolina Covenant’s Rural Medicine Pathway Program, Kainat Aslam is now a first-year medical student fulfilling her dreams to become a doctor.

    Carolina Covenant alum Larry Thi poses outside in front of a wooded park.
    Alumni

    Strengthening Alumni Connections

    As the first chair of the new Carolina Covenant Alumni Advisory Board, Larry Thi is helping to strengthen alumni connections, events and services.

    Carolina Covenant Scholar Lindsay Corbett poses outside on UNC's campus.
    Student Support

    Building a Family of Scholars

    While Lindsay Corbett is busy serving communities, she’s also instrumental in building community as chair of the Carolina Covenant Student Advisory Council.

    Delancy Allred at the Old Well.
    Student Support

    Scholarships at Carolina: Delancy Allred

    Supporting scholarships provides opportunities for more students — students like Delancy Allred.