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
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.
Embody Carolina, a group that raises awareness of eating disorders, is working to reach a wider range of students during National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, which is happening through Saturday.
There will soon be a group for competitively minded lettuce connoisseurs — the UNC Lettuce Club,
A group of friends who spend their time listening to and discussing hip-hop have found a community of students who do the same.
In 2015, Leona Amosah founded Students With Interracial Legacies, or UNC-CH SWIRL, which is the first multiracial organization on campus.
UNC senior Hudson Owens thought there wasn’t enough of an outlet for the soccer lovers on campus. That’s why he started the UNC Global Soccer Society about a year ago.
Two years ago, graduate students Nelson Pace and Nikhil Tomar founded Stigma Free Carolina to reduce stigma surrounding mental health concerns.
CeCe McDonald is a trans woman of color, and in 2011, she was aggressively pursued by a neo-Nazi, transphobic man. After defending herself and killing another attacker, McDonald was sentenced to 41 months in prison.
A new student organization will use reptiles and amphibians to teach people how to properly care for wildlife and nature.
What sounds more enjoyable than getting locked in a room with five of your friends for 35 minutes as you try to solve puzzles and codes to escape?
TEDxUNC returned to campus for its fifth year on Saturday to discuss the human body.
Only in recent years has the university known where the food they are serving comes from.
With a new name, Build the Hill, a Campus Y committee formerly called Carolina Microfinance Initiative, is looking to localize its work.
Standing in front of a full house, four candidates explained how they would push to make the Campus Y more inclusive in the upcoming year.
"The Great South Campus Debate," hosted by the Black Student Movement, the Carolina Hispanic Association and the Residence Hall Association, added one more presidential candidate to the mix.
With stable money now provided by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, SafeWalk is increasing outreach and expanding its program to help people get home safely.
Tuesday night’s Voting Right’s Teach-In incorporated nine speakers, included an opportunity to register to vote and to sign a petition for an on-campus polling place, and ended on a sweet note with Ben & Jerry’s Americone Dream ice cream.
No rhetoric was spared at Monday night’s Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies’ meeting. The topic of the debate: UNC-system President-elect Margaret Spellings should resign.