We are glad that you are considering UNC-Chapel Hill as your next institution! UNC-Chapel Hill is a great place to continue your education. Students transfer to UNC-Chapel Hill for the opportunity to reach personal, academic, and career goals. Whether students have attended a community college or university, provided military service to our country, or took time off to raise a family, we appreciate the diverse perspectives and knowledge transfer students contribute to the intellectual life of the University. Here, we hope you will find information that is helpful to you in considering and applying to Carolina.
Interested in taking a tour of campus?
Undergraduate Admissions regularly holds tours and information sessions for students that cover the following information:
- Information sessions with an Admissions staff member highlight Carolina’s academics and community, admission, and financial aid
- Our 75-90 minute walking tours of campus led by a current student include stops by academic buildings, the student union, and campus dining center
Ready to sign up? Schedule your visit here.
Additional Information about Admissions and the Transition to UNC
- Do we have the majors you’re interested in? In evaluating whether UNC would be a good fit for you, be sure that you look over the majors and minors we offer.
- Coming to UNC from a NC Community College? Find out more about how your coursework will transfer as well as recommended pathways for some of our most common majors.
- As a prospective student, you won’t be able to get with one of our general advisors. But, you may be able to speak with someone in your specific intended major. Some departments have advisors specific to them. Admissions may also be able to help you with how courses transfer, etc.
- Want to find out more about the Admissions process? Check out our Undergraduate Admissions website which provides information about our programs, admissions requirements, deadline, and transferring coursework from your previous institution. If you are considering one of the Professional Schools, please note that the admissions process might be different.
- Students currently attending a community college with interest in applying to UNC are encouraged to consider scholarships made possible via Phi Theta Kappa and the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.