UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

Our mission, honed over nearly 100 years, is to shape future leaders with our world-class faculty and make a meaningful difference in the world. Top programs, renowned research, award-winning teaching and highly successful graduates are the products of our relentless focus and uniquely collaborative culture. Our goal is to not just solidify UNC Kenan-Flagler’s position in the top tier of business education, but to elevate it: to be the very best business school of the 21st century.

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One Sip at a Time

“A combined effort to create conscious change”


Building A Real Estate Program

“Dave has built an amazingly close-knit community...”


Only Forward

"There is no way back in sustainability, only forward.”  


An Unconventional Approach To Changing the World

"I'm a bit of a dreamer... I saw an opportunity and created a vision."


A degree and a business idea

"It changed everything about my life..."


Innovative fund seeks new donors

“It is my sincere hope that The Rollie Tillman Jr. Development Fund will help ensure that many future generations of UNC Kenan-Flagler students have the same educational opportunities that I have been so fortunate to experience"


Success Hits Close to Home

“What makes UNC Kenan-Flagler students stand out — and I hear this from other people that hire them — is that they have grit.”


Education Anywhere 

UNC Kenan-Flagler was one of the first leading business schools to offer an online M.B.A. program.


Building for the Future

Making North Carolina a more attractive place for others to live and work is important to Steve Bell (BA ’67).


Loyal Supporters Drive UNC Kenan-Flagler as It Strives to Be the Top Business School

When Ann Christian Goodno graduated from UNC Kenan-Flagler in 1945 and made her first annual gift, she could not have anticipated the changes that would come to the world or to business.


For the Greater Good Across the Globe

Women and children in Ghana are often stuck in a cycle of poverty, a problem that perpetuates through second and third generations of children living on the street.


All Careers Are Global

“Because all careers are global,” said Dean Shackelford, “we developed the Global Education Initiative, which is a game-changer for business education."