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Students and the Educational Experience

The New Graduate will receive hands-on-learning experience, learn to function—and lead—in team settings, and graduate digitally- and data-literate. Graduates like Destinee Grove ’17, a Morehead-Cain scholar and undergraduate researcher who studied how the frequency of head impacts in football players could affect behavior.

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Diversity

Thinking Outside the Beatbox

“One thing I appreciate a lot about Carolina is the innovation spirit..."

Health

Passion. Impact.

“If you can help one person, it’s worth it.”

Student Support

Shining Brightly

Student-athlete Jackie Kenny was determined to be the best writer she could be at Carolina...

Athletics

A Legacy Beyond The Field

Karen Shelton never planned to be a head field hockey coach, not at North Carolina nor anywhere else.

Student Support

Clear goals, Carolina memories

“Without the worry of meeting payments or bogging myself in debt, I’ve been able to focus on my learning. I can work toward becoming a scientist.”

Student Support

Pursuing passions

“I’m a first-generation college student, and college was definitely in the plans because my mom knew the importance of education.”

Student Support

Grateful Scientist

“Being a Covenant Scholar meant I could attend college with little to no loans or debt upon graduation.”

Business

Always Climbing Mountains

“I wanted something more.”

Student Support

Serving All North Carolinians

“We want to cover as much of our state as we possibly can.”