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The Carolina EdgeThe Carolina Edge is a campus-wide effort to ensure we can continue to recruit the very best students. We intend to raise $1 billion for undergraduate scholarships and graduate fellowships in many areas. Because the Carolina Edge includes all scholarships on campus, giving to any scholarship benefits the Carolina Edge.
- Student Support
A Global MindsetWe believe that to be a preeminent university, global thinking must be integrated into all we do. Global opportunities fuel our students’ lives, our faculty’s research and our innovative spirit. A global education can no longer simply be an option – it must be integral to every student’s experience. We want to offer a Global Guarantee – a guarantee that every Carolina student will graduate with the skills and experience needed to be engaged global citizens.
The Institute for Convergent ScienceSuccessful universities, both public and private, are engines for innovation — places where basic science meets technology to solve problems for the public good. The UNC Institute for Convergent Science 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 rooted in the fundamental belief that the arts are for everyone. They prompt us to see the world with new eyes, to solve problems in non-linear ways, ask difficult questions, access creativity and think unconventionally. With every arts-related department and unit participating, Arts Everywhere aims to embed creative expression, live arts experiences and arts learning into students’ Carolina education.
"I am a strong believer that a great university needs to have outstanding global capabilities and a mission to prepare its students to compete in the global world we all live in."
"I think it can just help sometimes for them to see how successful their kid can be can be if they get the right intervention, the right therapies if they’re really advocating for their child."
Have you ever sat down with the older generation in your community to ask questions about their lives?