When UNC students begin settling in for a new semester, they’re faced with a myriad of things to do, like registering for classes.
As UNC physics professor Paul Frampton continues to serve time on house arrest in Argentina, a lawsuit he had previously filed against the University was dismissed Monday by an N.C. judge.
When Chancellor Holden Thorp announced his resignation in September, another administrator’s planned departure was left in limbo.
The young woman who was the subject of an Alert Carolina message sent out Nov. 19 said that campus police are doubting her story of assault.
After more than nine months in an Argentine prison, UNC physics professor Paul Frampton has been released and placed on house arrest for health reasons.
Despite hefty tuition increases last year, tuition will rise once again in the face of a continued lack of state funds and University-wide budget constraints.
In less than a year, access to the nine UNC park-and-ride lots will no longer be free for commuters, who will be required to pay a minimum $227 fee.
While the affordability of a UNC undergraduate education has been the subject of much debate, the University’s graduate schools are also facing similar questions with further tuition increases looming.
Despite years of large tuition increases, the group charged with proposing the next round of hikes might favor a more than $1,000 increase for out-of-state students.
The UNC Classroom Policy Steering Committee is seeking to address the problem of class utilization by working to improve the inefficient use of classroom space on campus.