Carolina Athletics

The Rams Club members provide scholarship and athletics opportunities to student-athletes across all 28 men’s and women’s teams. Across all academic areas, from the liberal arts to professional schools and beyond, Carolina sets a remarkably high standard of excellence. We must continue to set this same standard in athletics. As we face budget cuts and the cost of tuition continues to rise, Rams Club members are committed to making sure that our programs, facilities and standards remain second to none. But we can’t do this without your support. Funding our four priority areas will ensure that our student-athletes continue to have the academic resources and opportunities to achieve their greatest potential.

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Carolina Athletics Funding Priorities

Explore Stories

When the Tar Heels narrowly lost 72-69, fans quietly began to gather their belongings with resignation, then paused to listen as James Taylor’s “Carolina in my Mind” played on the stadium’s speakers. (Photo by Sarah Wood/UNC-Chapel Hill)
Athletics

An Extraordinary Season’s Finale

NCAA Championship Final Watch Party at Dean Smith Center

Eric Montross sitting in the Dean E. Smith Center.
Athletics

Honoring a Tar Heel Great

Rams Club family endows scholarship to honor Tar Heel great Eric Montross '94.

50 Years of Carolina Women
Athletics

Celebrating 50 Years

Carolina Athletics celebrates 50 years of women’s athletics.

Chris Gray and Sara Daavettila stand side by side in front of a blue swath.
Athletics

Academic and Athletic Excellence

The Rams Club scholarship student-athletes earn Academic All-America honors in the 2020-21 academic year.

Rich and Tracy DeSelm pose in front of flowers.
Student Support

Honoring a Father and Coach

Family endows a swimming and diving scholarship to honor their father, the former head coach.

Close up of upper body of Carolina alumnus RC Orlan ’19 standing on the UNC baseball stadium field
Athletics

Fulfilling a Commitment, Getting a Degree

Professional baseball player comes back to Carolina to finish out his degree