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Supporting Our Tar Heels
We want all Tar Heels to succeed and thrive while they are at UNC-Chapel Hill, and that starts with ensuring our graduate and undergraduate students have access to mental health resources. Carolina offers on-campus services and partners with well-being and mental health leaders, such as the JED...
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Welcome Back, Tar Heels!
Whether this is your first semester at Carolina or your last, our Carolina community is geared up and ready to support your experience on campus. Vice Chancellor Amy Johnson shares these words of encouragement for every Tar Heel to make your Heel Print at Carolina this year! Go Heels!...
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Celebrate LDOC Safely
Congratulations on successfully making it to the end of another academic year! As you plan for a fun and festive LDOC (Last Day of Classes), remember to take good care of yourself and your community. There are a number of fun activities planned throughout the day and into the evening. From carnival ...
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Spring 2022: Accommodations for Religious Observances
We understand that you may need to balance your religious observation with your class attendance and academic studies. ...
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New website to serve as central hub for mental health and well-being resources for campus community.  On Feb. 9, 2022, UNC-Chapel Hill launched the Heels Care Network website at, which Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz first announced was in development in October 2021. The web...
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For Carolina students who find themselves in the Chapel Hill area for some part or all of winter break, there is still plenty to do. It’s important to note that on-campus service hours may be limited, so check out this list of openings and services during the break....
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For those Tar Heel students who find themselves sticking around campus this Thanksgiving, Carolina is offering a number of helpful resources. From turkey to trail hiking, we've got ideas to keep students fed and happy.   Where to Eat  Students remaining in Chapel H...
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Veteran's Week at Carolina
The Carolina Veterans Resource Center (CVRC) has planned a week of campus events to honor Veterans Day, Nov. 11. From a Football game tailgate to a Veterans Day ceremony with the ROTC, the CVRC has collaborated with partners from across campus to engage our veterans and military affiliated students....
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Supporting Military-Connected Students
Recent events regarding American military operations in Afghanistan are affecting our military-connected community. The Carolina Veterans Resource Center (CVRC) has been working with military-connected students to provide support on this matter. We write to share information and resources that you m...
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Inside Student Affairs: Special Guest CVRC Program Director MaDana Bivens
This episode of Inside Student Affairs features MaDana Bivens, executive director of the Carolina Veterans Resource Center, as she shares information about their programs and services. Watch now....
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