UNC OFFICE OF UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS


1/31/2019 11:52pm

Welcome to UNC, class of 2023

UNC admission decisions are released for the applicants who applied by the Oct. 15 deadline. Three admitted students share what they are looking forward to most. 

1/28/2019 11:28pm

DTH Photo Illustration. Students visit Jackson Hall, home to UNC-CH's Admissions Office, for anything from questions about applications to inquiring about campus tours. After the removal of the Silent Sam pedestal from campus on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019, students wonder how Silent Sam will be addressed in future campus tours to prospective students.

UNC eliminates deferment in admissions outcomes

The UNC Office of Undergraduate Admissions has gotten rid of deferment, the decision outcome that let Early Action applicants know if they were admitted, waitlisted or denied at the same time as Regular Decision applicants.


8/22/2018 11:08pm

Guatemalan international student Monica Mussack is a junior majoring in business and minoring in cognitive science.  

International students needed more from UNC

International students need a lot of help to get from home to UNC, but many of them said the University misses the mark. Everything that confuses the average incoming first-year is also an obstacle for international students — figuring out what classes to take, how to pay tuition, how to find friends — but for them, there is another layer of bureaucracy and unfamiliarity that UNC doesn't fully address. 


1/23/2018 7:04pm

Source: UNC Office of Undergraduate Admissions

Out-of-state students may face difficulty in affording UNC

Of the 30,000 out-of-state residents who applied to UNC this year, only a handful will be granted admission, and even fewer will be offered a financial aid package. This roadblock has prevented thousands of potential out-of-state students from accepting their offer of admission, and the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid has its hands tied by North Carolina policies.  Full tuition cost in addition to room and board can cost upwards of $50,000 for out of state students attending UNC.