Interim Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz meets with Buck Goldstein at South Building on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. March 11, 2019. (Jon Gardiner/UNC-Chapel Hill)

Interim Chancellor Guskiewicz goes back to the classroom

Guskiewicz and Professor Buck Goldstein will be holding a once-a-week course to mentor Ph.D. students who are planning to move into academia following graduation.

Academic advising

The Academic Advising Program aims to help students create educational plans that fit their career and life goals and propel them toward graduation. They communicate the mission and curriculum of the University while helping students find their individual identities through their interests, abilities and goals. Find out more at the official website for academic advising.

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Students studying between classes on the steps of Wilson Library on Monday Oct. 22, 2018.

Did midterm season ruin your GPA? Here's how to recover.

With midterm season over and grades beginning to trickle in, some students have been faced with the harsh reality of one or more unexpectedly low grades. This problem is common for first-year students, especially in their first semester of classes as they start to adjust to the speed and difficulty of college. 


On the hunt: with graduation looming, seniors look to Career Services for help

For college students, perhaps nothing is as daunting as finding a full-time job. There's no one clear path or magic formula, as recent graduates — and UNC Career Services can — tell you. That's why they're trying to offer a variety of tools and resources to help.  At UNC, University Career Services consistently reports approximately 90% of alumni as either pursuing graduate studies or being employed full-time six months after graduation.