CampusmResources

  • The Academic Advising Program
    Steele Building, (919) 966-5116
    Assists students with all aspects of their academic planning and provides guidance in appropriate decision-making throughout students’ undergraduate studies.
  • Academic Support Program for Student Athletes
    Loudermilk Center for Excellence, 344 Ridge Road
    Provides academic counseling, a first year transition program, proactive monitoring, study skills development workshops, a tutoring program, and career counseling services.
  • Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office 
    137 E. Franklin St., Suite 404
    The central office for addressing issues related to discrimination and harassment, as well as compliance with relevant education and employment laws and regulations. Also supports parenting students in the negotiation of accommodations.
  • Honors Carolina
    Graham Memorial, (919) 966-5110
    Honors Carolina students enjoy specially-designed courses, research opportunities, field trips, discussion groups, and dinners.
  • Undergraduate Research
    Graham Memorial, (919) 843-7763
    By engaging in undergraduate research, students learn to apply what they already know to new issues that interest them.
  • University Libraries
    The UNC library system is consistently ranked among the top twenty in the country, and is one of the leading research libraries in the South. Students can find scholarly materials to support every learning endeavor and contact librarians by phone, online or in-person.
  • Math Help Center
    The Math Help Center (MHC) provides a variety of free tutoring services for students enrolled in Math courses numbered 110 through 233. The drop-in center provides free face-to-face tutoring with undergraduate tutors, graduate students, and faculty. The center opens on the first day of class and closes on the last day of class.
  • Study Abroad
    FedEx Global Education Center, (919) 962-7002
    The Study Abroad Office is available to help students find dynamic, engaging, and affordable study abroad opportunities.
  • Biology Peer Tutorial Center
    Free tutoring for BIOL 202, 205, and 252. The tutors in the BIT program are volunteering undergraduate students who excelled in their specific section. Thus, we recommend going to a tutoring session with the section’s specific tutors, as they are familiar with the professor’s teaching style and the material taught.
  • Road to Resilience
    This program is designed to help students on Warning or Probation return to good academic standing. Students meet in a group setting on a weekly basis to strengthen academic skills and become more resilient in the face of scholastic and personal stress. For information, email Dave DeVito at dev@email.unc.edu.

The Learning Center
SASB North, Suites 0118 and 2109, (919) 962-3782
The Learning Center helps students learn more efficiently and perform better in their course work. Services include: Academic Counseling/Coaching, Speed Reading & Study Skills Program, Peer Tutoring (walk in and appointment), Study Groups, and Academic Workshops.

Academic Success Program for Students with LD/ADHD
SASB North, Suite 2109, (919) 962-7227
Provides coaching and academic counseling—-both individually and in groups-—to students with LD/ADHD. Consults with students about how to get evaluated for possible LD/ADHD diagnosis. Students are welcomed and encouraged to use services whether or not they are registered with or receive accommodations from the Department of Accessibility Resources and Service.

The Writing Center
SASB North, Suite 0127, (919) 962-7710
The Center offers both 45-minute face-to-face sessions and an online tutoring system that allows you to submit writing and receive feedback via the web.

English Language Assistance
SASB North, Suite 0127, 9919) 962-7710
The Writing Center also offers mini-courses, grammar workshops, speaking groups, writing groups and a large collection of print resources for ESL students.

  • Chemistry Tutorial
    Kenan Labs C-143
    Open Mon-Thurs 2-8 pm for assistance in Chemistry courses 101, 102, 241, 261, and 262. For more information, please contact Dr. Todd Austell, Coordinator, (919) 962-9429, tlaustell@unc.edu.
  • Accessibility Resource and Services
    SASB North, Suite 2126 (919) 962-8300, accessibility@unc.edu
    Works to ensure that the programs and facilities of the University are accessible and provides reasonable accommodations so students with disabilities may, as independently as possible, meet the demands of university life.
  • Pre-Professional and Pre-Graduate Advising
    Advises undergraduate students considering a graduate degree in various disciplines (sciences, arts and humanities, social sciences, and professional arenas). Advisors help clarify the differences in gaining and utilizing a doctorate vs. a master’s degree and the opportunities a terminal degree may offer. The program is primarily responsible for helping students considering graduate school understand what their next steps are in researching and applying to graduate programs, so that they can move forward independently and effectively.

 

  • Student Emergency Fund
    Through the Student Emergency Fund, the Division of Student Affairs assists Carolina students by providing immediate financial support when the need assistance with unexpected emergency expenses surrounding situations such as accidents, illness, death of a family member, fire damage, or need for temporary housing. Applications are available on the Dean of Students website.
  • One-Card Office
    Lower Level of Daniels Student Stores on South Rd. Entrance is at the base of the staircase to The Pit.
    919-962-8024

    The UNC One Card Office provides an interactive Campus ID Card with superior, innovative technologies in financial and access transactions to our diverse customer base, including faculty, staff, students, and affiliates.
  • Campus Health Services
    James A. Taylor Building, (919) 966-2281
    Offers quality medical care to the UNC student community at a very low cost. CHS offers wellness and preventative care, care for injury, acute or chronic medical conditions, consultation, and medical testing.
  • Student Wellness
    SASB North, 2nd floor
    Aims to create a healthy, safe, and socially just campus community that fosters student well-being and success. Programs include resources on stress management and life balance, substance and alcohol abuse awareness, interpersonal violence prevention, and sexual health and wellness. Offers one-on-one counseling and an anonymous web chat feature.
  • Counseling and Psychological Services
    James A. Taylor Building
    Psychological/counseling services include individual, couples, and group therapy, urgent consultation and crisis intervention, and medication evaluation/management. All individuals seeking new and first time Counseling appointments at CAPS should walk in between 9 a.m. and 12 noon or 1 p.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. For a psychological crisis, call or walk in right away and speak to a CAPS therapist for same day crisis intervention. If it is after hours, on a weekend, or university holiday, call (919) 966-2281.
  • Dean of Students
    Student Academic Services Building (SASB) Suite 1106, (919) 966-4042, dos@unc.edu
    The Office of the Dean of Students is driven by a strong desire to hep all students achieve success. The staff educates the entire university community, including faculty and staff, about relevant campus policies and responds to your needs through personal attention and advocacy. Students are supported through individual services, innovative programs, co-curricular opportunities, and policy oversight and development.
  • Accessibility Resource and Services
    SASB North, Suite 2126, (919) 962-8300, accessibility@unc.edu
    Works to ensure that the programs and facilities of the University are accessible and provides reasonable accommodations so students with disabilities may, as independently as possible, meet the demands of University life.
  • Housing and Residential Education
    Student Academic Services Building (SASB) North, (919) 962-5401, housing@unc.edu
    The Department of Housing and Residential Education works to create an inclusive on-campus housing environment that promotes personal development, citizenship, involvement, and leadership. Specifically, our residential communities enhance student learning and academic engagement through living and learning programs, Scholar in Residence, and Meals with Heels, a faculty/student shared dining experience.
  • Campus Recreation
    101 Student Recreation Center CB #8610
    Campus Recreation provides a diverse and intentional recreational program in a safe, inclusive, and accessible environment which enhances the social, mental, and physical well-being of the entire university community.
  • Public Safety
    Public Safety Building, 285 Manning Drive, (919) 962-3951 
    The Department of Public Safety supports the university’s core mission of teaching, research, and public service by developing partnerships that encourage problem solving and communication to identify and address public safety needs with professionalism and integrity, while protecting North Carolina’s Future.
  • Carolina Women’s Center
    Stone Center, 150 South Rd, Ste 101, (919) 962-8305
    The Carolina Women’s Center strives to be a leader on efforts and initiatives related to gender equity and a model of a collaborative and flexible educational and work environment that promotes professional and personal growth. The CWC aims to create an inclusive education and work environment where gender is not a barrier to success, difference and diversity are celebrated, and everyone is safe to live, learn, teach, and work without threat of harm or unequal treatment.
  • Gender Violence Service Coordinators (GVSCs) 
    See here for walk-in hours, location and contact info
    The Women’s Center proudly houses the Gender Violence Services Coordinators (GVSC). The role of the GVSC is to be a confidential advocate to all students, faculty, and staff who have experienced, or are experiencing, interpersonal violence and gender-based violence either before or during their time at Carolina. Cassidy Johnson and Holly Lovern serve as the GVSC’s. Cassidy and Holly can provide the following services:

    • Emotional support
    • Answers to questions about reporting options with the University or police
    • Assistance in navigating through the reporting process
    • Links to support options at UNC and in the community (including accompanying you to another office/department/agency to request additional support)
  • American Indian Center
    113A Abernethy Hall, (919) 843-4189
    The AIC is a university-wide public service Center designed to advance the University’s mission of research, education, and service with three primary goals: leadership in American Indian scholarship and research, engagement with and service to native populations, and enrichment of campus diversity and dialogue.
  • Dean of Students
    Student Academic Services Building (SASB) Suite 1106, (919) 966-4042, dos@unc.edu
    The Office of the Dean of Students is driven by a strong desire to hep all students achieve success. The staff educates the entire university community, including faculty and staff, about relevant campus policies and responds to your needs through personal attention and advocacy. Students are supported through individual services, innovative programs, co-curricular opportunities, and policy oversight and development.
  • Diversity and Multicultural Affairs
    South Building, (919) 962-6962
    This department offers students opportunities to get involved in diversity education, engagement in diverse campus groups, recruitment efforts, and participation in leadership programs. Its mission is to build and sustain an inclusive campus community that values and respects all members of the University community.
  • First Generation College Students
    Steele Building 3015
    Nearly 20% of Carolina undergraduates are First Generation College Students (FGCS). FGCS are students that come to Carolina from a family in which neither parent has a 4 year undergraduate degree. We proudly call our first generation students “Carolina Firsts.” The Carolina Firsts student organization represents and connects FGCS at Carolina.
  • Housing and Residential Education
    Student Academic Services Building (SASB) North, (919) 962-5401, housing@unc.edu
    The Department of Housing and Residential Education works to create an inclusive on-campus housing environment that promotes personal development, citizenship, involvement, and leadership. Specifically, our residential communities enhance student learning and academic engagement through living and learning programs, Scholar in Residence, and Meals with Heels, a faculty/student shared dining experience.
  • Information and Technology Services
    (919) 962-HELP
    The ITS Response Center (ITRC) provides technical support to the UNC computing community 24 hours a day via (919) 962-HELP or through the Online Help Request form. For walk-in support, you can visit our location in the lower level of the R.B. House Undergraduate Library (next to the Pit).
  • International Student and Scholar Services
    FedEx Global Education Center Room 2004, (919) 962-5661, oisss@unc.edu
    Serves as the principle administrative, programming, and advising office for approximately 3,000 international students, faculty, and academic staff at UNC-Chapel Hill.
  • Johnston Center for Undergraduate Excellence
    Graham Memorial, (919) 966-5110, jcue@unc.edu
    Information on undergraduate research and the honors program is available at the Johnston Center as well as enriching arts and cultural activities. The Center also has one of the best lounges on campus for studying and getting a cup of coffee!
  • New Student and Carolina Parent Programs
    Student Academic Services Building (SASB) South Suite 3308, (919) 962-8304
    Provides new undergraduate students the information and activities needed to transition smoothly to the University and to promote an on-going relationship between the parents/families of all Carolina students and the University.
  • Sustainability Office
    Giles Horney Building, (919) 843-5295
    This office works cooperatively with other offices, departments, and organizations across campus to advance the triple bottom line of ecological integrity, economic prosperity, and social equity. Online resources, a lending library, and a news/events listserv are available to students interested in creating a more sustainable campus community.
  • Veteran Students
    The military veterans receiving their education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are a vital component of our campus community. We recognize their sacrifices and value their life experiences as they enhance the diversity of our student body. To learn visit this site, designed to help veterans and others receiving U.S. military benefits to make a successful transition into the Carolina community
  • Campus Y
    For over 150 years, the Campus Y has been at the heart of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Its mission is the pursuit of social justice through promoting pluralism, and as such it is an organization that welcomes and supports a diversity of views, approaches and activities in its agenda to drive lasting social change.
  • University Libraries
    The UNC library system is consistently ranked among the top twenty in the country, and is one of the leading research libraries in the South. Students can find scholarly materials to support every learning endeavor and contact librarians by phone, online or in-person.
  • University Career Services
    Hanes Hall, (919) 962-6507
    Works with students individually and in group settings to help them clarify their values, interests, and skills in order to make decisions about majors and careers.
  • Carolina Leadership Development
    Carolina Union, lead@email.unc.edu
    Offers a variety of services and programs including peer mentoring and leadership development programs for everyone interested in leadership at the University.
  • Campus Y
    180A E. Cameron Avenue, (919) 962-2333
    For over 150 years, the Campus Y has been at the heart of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Its mission is the pursuit of social justice through promoting pluralism, and as such it is an organization that welcomes and supports a diversity of views, approaches and activities in its agenda to drive lasting social change.
  • Study Abroad
    FedEx Global Education Center, (919) 962-7002
    The Study Abroad Office is   available to help students find dynamic, engaging, and affordable study abroad opportunities.
  • Carolina Center for Public Service
    Student Union, Suite 3514, CB #5210 (919) 962-0902 & 205 Wilson Street, CB #3142 (919) 843-7568
    The Carolina Center for Public Service strengthens the University’s public service commitment by promoting engaged scholarship and service that are responsive to the concerns of the state, the nation, and the world. Through a variety of student initiatives like the APPLES Service-Learning Program and the Buckley Public Service Scholars Program, students are given a framework to explore service opportunities, learn new skills, link their academic experience to making a difference in the community, and connect to other students who care about similar issues.

    APPLES Service-Learning Program
    3514 Carolina Union, apples@unc.edu, (919) 962-0902
    Builds sustainable, service-learning  partnerships among students, faculty, and communities in North Carolina and beyond. APPLES offers a variety of programs, including: Alternative Breaks, Robert E. Bryan Social Innovation Fellowships, Service-Learning Courses, Service-Learning Initiatives, and Service-Learning Internships.

    Buckley Public Service Scholars Program
    3514 Carolina Union, service_scholars@unc.edu, (919) 962-0902
    Supports and strengthens Carolina students’ commitment to service and guides them through training and course work that make their service more effective. Participants broaden their concept of public service and engagement through: meaningful service with community organizations, skills trainings, service-learning courses, North Carolina Outward Bound scholarships, “Philanthropy as a Tool for Social Change” course in public health, and SMART mentoring.

  • Embark Carolina
    Embark Carolina is a new, dynamic resource in the university’s effort to open access to global opportunities so that more diverse students can pursue more diverse experiences.

      

 

 

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