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When checking finances on ConnectCarolina, students may notice a number of different fees charged to their student account. Many students do not know what these fees go toward or what is covered with their payments.
In the first 2023 meeting of the UNC Faculty Council, updates on the pandemic were shared along with discussions of the approved UNC absence policy and the presentation of the 2022 Thomas Jefferson Award.
On Oct. 25, Jeffery Ventrella of the Alliance Defending Freedom gave a guest lecture at the UNC School of Law, titled “Constitutional Law: Addressing the Deceits and Deficits of Legal Education.”
Since 2018, Kenan-Flagler Business School students have paid a Performance Enhancement Fee aimed at enhancing the Undergraduate Business Program and providing resources for students such as academic advising and global scholarships.
The UNC Board of Trustees reviewed committee reports and addressed campus safety issues at their Friday, Sept. 30 meeting. The BOT also gave updates on bylaw revisions and heard reports from trustees concerning ongoing committee programs.
UNC’s Graduate School Administrative Board recently passed a motion that will no longer require Graduate Record Exam (GRE) standardized testing in the admission process for graduate schools.
After only the first week of classes, both Davis Library and the Undergraduate Library have been full of students either getting ahead on assignments or chatting with their friends.
After students spent the summer away from campus, the UNC American Indian Center is preparing to host its annual Welcome Extravaganza to reunite the University's Indigenous community with live music, food and festivities.
They may have been massive — and to some students, an eyesore — but the tents in the quad and surrounding areas on campus provided plenty of shaded and safe outdoor seating during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For students looking to diversify their playlists this upcoming year, the Woven Music Society is a new project by a UNC student that tailors community-curated playlists for listeners across different genres of music.
The University's Undergraduate Senate unanimously voted to pass a concurrent resolution demanding that UNC remove the names of white supremacists, confederates and slave owners from all University buildings during its meeting on June 28.
Last week, eight veterans took the initiative to prepare themselves for higher education by attending an immersive academic boot camp at UNC, which partnered with the Warrior-Scholar Project.
During its general meeting on Monday, the Faculty Executive Committee discussed UNC faculty members' concerns and feedback on a recent special committee report by the American Association of University Professors that criticized the UNC system.
UNC will require a new general education curriculum known as IDEAs in Action for incoming first-years and transfer students who enroll in fall 2022. The curriculum will help students design their own educational journey at the University.
For Tar Heels wanting to stay active during their first year on campus, UNC Campus Recreation, usually referred to as Campus Rec, provides a variety of classes, activities and events focused on stimulating wellbeing, enjoyment and learning.
On June 9, the four winning teams in the UNC and N.C. A&T Looking Forward Pilot Research Program were announced and acknowledged for their research addressing complex issues facing North Carolinians.
The Gillings School of Global Public Health was awarded a $65 million grant by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to establish an Antiviral Drug Discovery Center that will combat pandemic-level viruses like COVID-19.
On Friday, the University renamed one of its residence halls and its Student Affairs building after two prominent members of the UNC community.
UNC students now have more trails to choose from for walking, biking and hiking.
The UNC Employee Forum spoke about faculty retention, student mental health resources and diversity, equity and inclusion on campus during its general meeting Wednesday.