The North Carolina Policy Collaboratory received $29 million as part of a $1.5 billion coronavirus relief package signed by Governor Cooper earlier this week. UNC-Chapel Hill was one of five North Carolina universities to receive funding for COVID-19 research.
Due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, many graduate school admissions exams including the GRE, GMAT, LSAT and MCAT are altering their exam format, proctoring and delivery. Jeff Thomas, the executive director of admissions programs for Kaplan Test Prep, shares his thoughts on the exam changes along with UNC students and how these changes have impacted their post-undergraduate plans.
Passover, Ramadan and Easter are coming up, but these major religious events will not be observed in the traditional way due to COVID-19 social distancing guidelines. Here's how UNC's religious groups are staying connected during this unprecedented time.
Students can still receive services from Campus Health and Counseling and Psychological Services in-person or virtually, via a new telehealth service.
The University's Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs search committee is considering three finalists for the position, which is currently held by interim leader Jonathan Sauls.
Here's everything you need to know about staying on campus over spring break.
The Faculty Executive Committee met Monday afternoon to discuss UNC's strategic plan and the recently voided Silent Sam settlement, among other topics.