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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Give for Good

On the heels of a record-breaking fundraising year in fiscal 2016, Carolina has accepted a $20 million match challenge in support of need- and merit-based scholarships. ... Read More

Employee Forum reviews pay raises and health benefits

Employee Forum delegates received a primer on what changes to expect this year in their pay and health benefits, along with important reminders about health care cost savings tools and tuition reimbursement deadlines at the Aug. 3 meeting. ... Read More

Feldman named Carolina’s director of scholarships, financial aid

Rachelle Feldman, currently assistant vice chancellor for financial aid and scholarships at the University of California at Berkeley, has been named associate provost and director of scholarships and student aid. ... Read More

Voters say ‘yes’ to Connect NC bond

North Carolina voters on March 15 overwhelmingly said “yes” to the $2 billion Connect NC bond referendum – and to higher education -- that was supported by politicians from both parties. ... Read More

Berryhill Hall is a building past its prime

In the 1970s, Berryhill Hall was a new medical education building that fit the times. But more than 40 years later, the building’s limitations – both in size and design – are impediments to overcome for today's medical students. This is the third and final story in the Gazette series looking at how the Connect NC bond could help Carolina meet the state’s growing need for doctors. ... Read More

Building the future of the state

Bringing the medical school up to modern times was among the many goals discussed Feb. 17 at a Connect NC Bond proposal panel discussion hosted at Carolina. Gov. Pat McCrory, who was on the panel, took at tour with School of Medicine Dean Bill Roper. ... Read More

Educating more doctors means saving more lives

Employee Forum delegates heard a presentation about the Connect NC bond and the need for a new, bigger medical education building at their Feb. 3 meeting. ... Read More

Wanted: doctors with a rural heart

The purpose of the Kenan Primary Care Medical Scholars Program at the School of Medicine is to increase the number of Carolina medical students seeking health careers in rural and underserved areas in North Carolina and to retain them. ... Read More

BOT unanimously endorses Connect NC bond

The University Board of Trustees on Jan. 28 unanimously passed a resolution endorsing the $2 billion Connect NC bond that will be on the March 15 ballot. ... Read More

No. 1, again

For the 15th time, the nation’s first public university is first in value. Carolina is once again the best value in public schools across the country and also No. 1 for best out-of-state value, according to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance. ... Read More