- The Office of Undergraduate Research is a great place to start your search for research opportunities.
- The McNair Scholars Program prepares first generation and traditionally underrepresented undergraduate students for doctoral studies through involvement in research and other scholarly activities.
- The Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE-REU) Program in Molecular Biosciences is a competitive research program sponsored by the School of Medicine.
- National Science Foundation: Science and Math Achievement and Resourcefulness Track for Transfers (NSF SMART-Transfer) is a research program for biological, physical, and mathematical science majors.
- Study Abroad in one of the 320 programs in 71 countries.
- The Center for Global Initiatives coordinates a variety of global engagement programs such as the Fulbright Student Program and Carolina for Kibera.
- The Language Across the Curriculum program gives students the opportunity to use languages across disciplines.
- Sophomore transfer students should consider the Honors Program.
- Through the Burch fellowship you can explore your passions through an academically enriching experience.
- C-START gives students the opportunity to propose a course and become a student-instructor partnered with a faculty mentor.
- The Phillips Travel Scholarship provides juniors and seniors in the College of Arts & Sciences with a paid scholarship for a self-designed study abroad.
- The Office of Distinguished Scholarships is a central location for accessing prestigious scholarships such the Rhodes, Churchill, Mitchell, Truman, and Luce. The Truman Scholarship, in particular, has availability for transfer students.
- Sophomore or juniors actively involved on campus should consider applying for the Harvey Beech Scholarship.
- The Martin Luther King Scholarship is open to all juniors committed to improving the quality of life for the community and campus. Information about this scholarship is available through Diversity and Multicultural Affairs