Top White House officials are now recommending students stay on campus to avoid community spread of COVID-19 in their hometowns — a recommendation that comes after UNC's move to remote learning and de-densification of on-campus housing.
In an Aug. 22 email, Carolina Housing said RAs will continue to be paid as usual and those living on campus can continue doing so. However, some resident advisers are still worried about the future of their positions as residents move out of dorms and disappointed in the University's reopening plans.
As classes move remote and students are expected to move off campus, these community and student organizations are here to offer their support.
With the start of the fall semester occurring amid a global pandemic, UNC students discuss what their experiences were like on the first day of class.
Nearly 40,000 face shields are aiming to be made in the coming weeks.
The Gillings School of Global Public Health students co-created a website to provide UNC Health employees with childcare options amid the spread of COVID-19.
The University announced last week that residence halls will be closing for the remainder of the year due to the spread of COVID-19. UNC students share their thoughts on the announcement and what the experience of unexpectedly moving out is like.
The recent outbreak of coronavirus in Italy has led to canceled classes, shifting travel plans and a level of anxiety for students studying abroad.
Three staff members, Kennon Cheek, Rebecca Clark and William “Bus” Hubbard, enormously impacted UNC during their time at the University. Now, an exhibit at the remodeled site of the University's laundry building honors their lives and stories.
A new database called the Experience Explorer allows students to search for global opportunities outside of the standard study abroad route.
Screenshot of the Local Parents Supporting UNC Students Facebook group, the page focused on the parent-student connection initiative
Gabriela Duncan, a junior environmental justice major, stands in front of Wilson Library on the first day of class for the fall 2020 semester. Photo by Claire Tynan.
A celebration for two housekeepers and a groundskeeper took place on Jan. 23 in the Cheek Clark Building.