Student Support

More than money

"To me, the Carolina Covenant is so much more than money. It's love. It's calling Carolina 'home.'"

"To me, the Carolina Covenant is so much more than money. It's love. It's calling Carolina 'home.'"

Andrea Barnes ’18—a public policy major with education and Hispanic Studies minors from Fort Washington, Maryland—is the first in her family to go to college and to travel abroad. She is also UNC-Chapel Hill’s first Mount Vernon Leadership Fellow. She’s a Margerison Distinguished Scholar. And she’s a Carolina CovenantOpens in new window Scholar.

Coming to you from Seville, Spain, where she studied abroad in fall 2016, Andrea talks about what the Carolina Covenant means to her.

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David and Gladys McNelis: Together in living, loving and giving

The McNelises are investing in areas where Carolina excels and that are key foci of the For All Kind: the Campaign for Carolina, the University’s most ambitious fundraising effort ever — faculty, students and research.

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The Benefits of Being Uncomfortable

For more than 100 years, Carolina’s Institute for the Study of the Americas (ISA), one of the first educational centers in the United States dedicated exclusively to the study of Latin America, has been dedicated to preparing tomorrow’s leaders.

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A Global Guarantee

Carolina is among the nation’s leading institutions for students studying abroad, with 35 percent doing so before graduating. The University offers 400 programs in more than 70 countries.

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Destination: 21st-century Asia

The 21st century belongs to Asia

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Carolina Works

"It was a lot of messing up, having to do it again, trying something different. That’s how you learn."