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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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A Home in the Arts

Art and Art History department mentors have challenged and prepared Sarah Elizabeth Cornejo to explore big questions.


A Home in the Sciences

In the University’s first new science department in 40 years, Ryan Fox’s nanocomposite research has major applications.


Digital Literacy for Digital Natives

A Carolina initiative provides powerful digital software tools to all students.

Student Support

Healthy Girls Save the World

“I am constantly thinking about how to develop HGSW into a sustainable and thriving organization.”

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The Student Body

Our commitment to access and affordability leads in higher education. We practice a need-blind admissions process and meet the full demonstrated need for students.

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The New Student Experience

Reimagined learning spaces at Carolina will level the playing field for underrepresented students.


Small-Town Reared, International Bound

Elarnta Darden knew she wanted to go abroad, but wasn’t sure how to get there.

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An Opportunity To Go Home

“Being a first-generation American immigrant, I personally struggle with what ‘home’ means.”


Making the Plays

"It may be my name on the court, but it really honors all of them because they made the plays.”