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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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Message from Vice Chancellor Amy Johnson
We can’t wait to welcome you to campus this fall!  Whether you are returning to campus or experiencing UNC-Chapel Hill in person for the first time, I wanted to highlight a few essential updates for new and returning students.  Get&n...
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UNC-Chapel Hill students facing financial hardships because of COVID-19 can now apply to receive assistance. The Carolina Student Impact Fund provides emergency support for various expenses, such as housing, food, travel and technology to students who are unable to meet the unexpected financial burd...
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Alert Carolina Sirens Test – Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Alert Carolina Sirens Test – Wednesday, February 7, 2018 January 31, 2018 - 11:49 am The University will TEST the emergency sirens and Alert Carolina System on Wednesday, February 7, 2018, between noon and 1 p.m. We test the sirens and messaging system regularly throughout the year to make sure th...
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Celebrating Women Veterans during the week of Veterans Day!
The Office of the Dean of Students and Carolina Veterans Resource Center co-sponsored with The Graduate School and Diversity and Student Success for the Women Veteran's Breakfast Social on November 9th. This event was open to all student women veterans (to include active duty, reservists, a...
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We Celebrate Our Veterans!
Boot Print to Heel Print  The Office of the Dean of Students and the Veterans Resource Team proudly hosted the 2nd Annual Boot Print to Heel Print (BPTHP) Orientation program which is designed specifically for military-affiliated students (Newly enrolled, readmitted, or deferred enrollment student...
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Thanks for celebrating your Small Wins with us!
As LDOC approaches, take time to reflect back on your achievements this year, no matter how big or small! This event was designed to inspire students, faculty, and staff through some of the most stressful times of each semester by taking a moment to relax and have some fun!...
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De-Stress with Deans & Dogs
The Deans, Dogs, and Students relaxed while getting acquainted during De-Stress with the Deans program!...
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WOW 2017 Spring Welcome
The Women of Worth Initiative (WOW) Planning Committee (Dawna Jones- Office of the Dean of Students hosted over 80 Students, Faculty, and Staff who are self identified women of color at the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History on Monday, January 23, 2017....
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