- Student Support
Scholarships at CarolinaThe University made the bold commitment to raise $1 billion to create opportunity through scholarships and fellowships for students who have earned their place at Carolina, regardless of their financial circumstances. Simply put, these are students our University needs in order to attract and retain the very best. Support scholarships to ensure that Carolina continues to set the bar for student achievement by recruiting and enrolling the most talented scholars from North Carolina and beyond.
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Convergent Science at CarolinaSuccessful universities, both public and private, are engines for innovation - places where basic science meets technology to solve problems for the public good. Convergent science initiatives throughout the University will help Carolina lead in our service to the state and nation by bringing together innovators from the worlds of science, engineering, art, humanities, design and business.
Arts EverywhereArts Everywhere is a university-wide effort rooted in the fundamental belief that the arts are for everyone — and an essential part of the educational experience at Carolina. Your support helps us create opportunities for all to take part in the creative process and to explore the full range of the visual, performing and literary arts.
- Global Impact
A Global MindsetAs a leading global public research university, we integrate global thinking into all that we do. Global opportunities fuel collaborations for our students, research partnerships for our faculty and the innovative approach we take to building the skills of the world’s future leaders. At Carolina, a global education is integral to every student’s experience. The Global Guarantee – Carolina’s promise that a transformative global education is available to every student – is a key part of infusing our campus with a global mindset.
Former Chancellor’s Science Scholar Jeliyah Clark ’18 studies links between the environment and birth outcomes.
Chancellor's Science Scholar Yolanda Simpson ’22 likes living outside her comfort zone as she forges a path for a more diverse future in STEM.