There are hundreds of student groups and organizations on UNC’s campus. Categories include academic, cultural, religious, fraternity and sorority, ideological, political, media and performance. Find out more about the groups available on the student life website.
Topics: Student Groups and Organizations
Tonight at The Strowd, UNC students and members of the surrounding community will have the chance to experience and participate in drag culture at the Kenan-Flagler Business School’s Pride Club’s second annual drag ball.
Dancing, poetry and creating a safe performance space were all parts of the biannual “Milk and Honey” event.
Carolina Cupboard has postponed its move into another room of Avery Hall’s basement until the Week of Welcome in fall 2017.
In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month during April, organizations both on and off campus collaborated to address the problem of sexual assault and gender violence to the UNC community.
Justin Do’s Nintendo DS collection inspired him to start a club — but not for fellow Nintendo DS enthusiasts. It’s for collecting enthusiasts.
Hosted by seniors Tori Baker and Joy Liburd, the fourth annual Body Politics event centered around broadcasting messages of body positivity and confronting colorism.
On Wednesday, the UNC Club Tennis Team is headed to the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Tennis On Campus National Championship in Orlando, Florida.
When Jaycee Reilly went to see a False Profits comedy show, she didn’t know what to expect of the opening act. She had never heard of the Carolina Jump Rope Club.
The Daily Tar Heel's lawsuit against UNC remains unresolved after a hearing in Wake County Thursday.
The UNC Arab Students Organization welcomed film director Sam Kadi for a free screening of his film, “Little Gandhi,” a documentary informing students about the current Syrian conflict, in the Student Union Auditorium on April 5.
If students want extra help or one-on-one time with professors, club members or staff, on-campus coffee hours can provide them with in-person interactions.
Organizations across campus are building and living in shacks in the Pit as part of Carolina Blueprint, a week-long fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity of Orange County.
As they celebrate their 35th anniversary this year, the Loreleis recounted how their history and commitment to excellence helped them become one of the most important all-female a cappella groups at UNC.
Junior history major Tyler Fleming was selected Saturday as the editor-in-chief of The Daily Tar Heel newspaper for the 2017-18 school year. He will replace current editor-in-chief Jane Wester.
From the moment people stepped on the red carpet until the last song was played, joy spread across the George Watts Hill Alumni Center on Thursday night with UNC’s third annual Joy Prom.
Two first-years want to take advantage of having UNC Hospitals on campus. Kerry Doyle and Justin Kiser have decided to found the Roc Solid Carolina Club, an organization that provides services for children with cancer.
Carolina For the Kids hosted its annual Dance Marathon on Friday and Saturday, following an 18-year tradition. The event raised $420,062.95.
From March 20 to April 20, local nonprofit Pupusas for Education and food truck So Good Pupusas are asking student organizations on campus to get involved in their Pupusathon.
UNC's Habitat for Humanity organization started the 2016-17 year with the ambitious plan to build 10 houses by the end of the spring semester — and they are on track to meet their goal.
A club at UNC gives students access to martial arts. Moreover, joining this club lets students learn a bit of foreign language — and even how to play an instrument.