Chancellor’s Clubs

As early as 1901, “Carolina” was a byword for UNC. Through the years, it has become a term of endearment expressing an appreciation for the beautiful campus, a fondness for the time spent in Chapel Hill and a respect for the education received here. Your gifts to Carolina reflect the depth of your affinity for this great university, and your support helps it become even better. The most generous among you who give each year qualify for membership in our Chancellor’s Clubs. They are:

The 1793 Society: a distinction based on annual support totaling $2,000 – $4,999.

(For students, $250. For undergraduate alumni one to five years after graduation, $500. For undergraduate alumni six to 10 years since graduation, $1,000.)


 

The Carolina Society: a distinction based on annual support totaling $5,000 – $9,999.

 


 

 

The Chancellor’s Circle: a distinction based on annual support totaling $10,000 – $24,999.

 

 


 

The Cornerstone Society: a distinction based on annual support totaling $25,000 or more.

 

The Chancellor’s Clubs are administered by the Annual Giving department. Individuals wanting more information should contact its staff; organizations should contact Corporate and Foundation Relations.

 

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