It’s about making something you love bigger and better
"To me, the Carolina Covenant is so much more than money. It's love. It's calling Carolina 'home.'"
UNC WHO Collaborating Center is part of an international effort aimed at saving millions of lives within the next 15 years.
“...the most exciting discovery that I’ve been involved with.”
For our 7,000-plus alumni, no building on campus better encapsulates their education than Beard Hall.
UNC Kenan-Flagler was one of the first leading business schools to offer an online M.B.A. program.
Making North Carolina a more attractive place for others to live and work is important to Steve Bell (BA ’67).
“I have been fortunate in my life and career to have incredible teachers, mentors and leaders who invested their time and energy in my success, not just in the business world, but in every facet of my life.”
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.
“We are so grateful to the Vetters for a transformative gift that aligns with our core values, upholds Carolina’s commitment to excellence, accessibility and affordability, and also honors the men and women who bravely serve our country. With their gift and their challenge to the Carolina community, we will help enrich the lives of deserving students and their families." - David Routh, Vice Chancellor for University Development
We are grounded in a responsibility to expand access to information for people throughout the world, promoting informed communities and educated citizens.
The internet grows ever more vital as an information source, and yet it's unavailable to most of the world's population.
Health information and data can often be dense and hard to understand, meaning that it runs the risk of misinterpretation.
It seems like Google can find everything – right up until it can't find what you need.
Carolina's new overarching framework will guide its growth and future direction.
“What makes UNC Kenan-Flagler students stand out — and I hear this from other people that hire them — is that they have grit.”