The Campaign for Carolina was inspired by the Blueprint for Next, the University’s overall strategic plan guiding its growth and direction. Two core strategies — “Of the Public, for the Public” and “Innovation Made Fundamental” — uphold The Blueprint for Next and combine Carolina’s history of service to the state and its people with a willingness to evolve.
- Campaign Priorities
Students and the Educational ExperienceThe 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.
A $3 million anonymous gift to Carolina Performing Arts at UNC-Chapel Hill honors CPA founder and Carolina's Chancellor Emeritus James Moeser.
In the midst of the pandemic, Carolina forged global connections and found new ways for students and faculty to collaborate with counterparts from around the world.
A Carolina alumnus applies his experience with Chinese folk music to the UNC World View Fellows Program, providing K-12 and community college educators with global professional development opportunities.
A new format of courses is helping Carolina students and faculty share ideas with counterparts across the world.
The Humanitarian Health Initiative leverages Carolina's global health expertise in support of humanitarian efforts around the world.