UNC students have a choice of 32 residence halls on campus, which are divided into 13 different residential communities. These communities have one or more building with a staff, including a community director, community manager, resident advisers and office assistants.
Topics: On-campus housing
Near the end of July, UNC students received calls asking if they would be willing to move out of their current dorms. The calls were coming from Carolina Housing and, due to the nature of their request and other recent changes to student housing, some of the students receiving these calls were confused.
Campus Recreation opened a new facility this semester for students interested in Olympic weightlifting and other forms of intense exercise.
Two empty residence halls on North Campus will reopen to first-year students during the 2016-17 school year.
About one-third of on-campus rape and sexual assaults occurred in residence halls in the four years leading up to December 2013.
This semester, social justice-minded students can bring their causes to their residence halls.
Emma Armstrong-Carter takes her seat and begins playing a classical piece fit for an opera.
Students living on campus for the fall 2017 semester will have a new dorm to choose from when Odum Village closes.
According to the Orange County Water and Sewer Authority website, a water line broke at 7:30 a.m. on Manning Drive. OWASA is currently repairing the break, and an Alert Carolina update posted at 12:47 p.m. states two lanes of Manning Drive are blocked off.
Starting in the fall, just one segment of UNC’s population will be able to live on South Campus.
Students daunted by the long trek to class from South Campus may soon find an easier way.
Urinals are going to be shelved as part of a larger South Campus renovation to two residence halls this summer.
The Department of Housing and Residential Education has abandoned its plan to stop reserving space for freshmen on North Campus next fall.