Funding Priority

Sustaining Our Capacity to Lead

The Arts and Sciences Annual Fund allows the college to respond quickly and nimbly to our highest priorities and to emerging opportunities, while fulfilling our ambitious teaching, research and public service missions. Unrestricted support enables us to remain one of the elite research universities on a global scale, differentiating Carolina as a leader in higher education and a true game-changer. Your investment in the Annual Fund is the key to helping us ensure a bright future of innovation and excellence for the College of Arts and Sciences.

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