The C-STEP program has been linking transfer students and community colleges to four-year universities since 2006. It recently added two more community college partners to its cohort.
“I don’t believe (Folt and Blue are) experts on student safety." “I believe their actions have been antithetical to student safety, especially on campus, but in the broader community as well.”
If you are interested in public relations as it pertains to nonprofits, this new course in the School of Media and Journalism is for you.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield North Carolina announced last week that as part of a larger commitment to improving community health initiatives, the company will invest $800,000 in a new program within UNC’s School of Medicine aimed at improving access to primary care physicians in Rockingham County.
“We’re in a time period where everything we do — whether it’s on a college campus, in the voting box, rebuilding our communities — everything we do matters." Black alumni attended the homecoming game to show their solidarity for issues past and movements present.
Students, academics, community members and political practitioners gathered in Wilson Library’s Pleasants Family Assembly Room on Saturday to discuss the current state and the future of education policy in North Carolina.
Members of the National Society of Black Engineers filled Strum Auditorium on Saturday, all of whom hoped to gain professional development and networking skills. In addition to being aspiring engineers, these individuals are students from universities across North Carolina.
Viviana Gonzalez is one of 18,862 undergraduate students at UNC. However, according to the Office of Undergraduate Retention, Gonzalez is one of 4,000 students to be the first in their family to attend college.
UNC Wilmington has canceled class again beginning Thursday due to the projected path of Hurricane Michael.
Members of the Carolina Latinx Collaborative hope that UNC’s Latinx Heritage Month will have a positive impact on Latinx representation not only on campus, but across N.C.