Aug. 8, 2020
The University has released records of its disposition of 15 sexual assault cases since 2007 in response to a N.C. Supreme Court ruling in a media lawsuit that sought the records. The records show 15...Read More
May 4, 2020
The N.C. Supreme Court has ruled against the University’s intent to keep private the records of disciplinary action against students found to have violated sexual assault policy. In a 4-3 vote, the court said UNC...Read More
Feb. 7, 2020
Frank Bruni ’86, who launched his journalism career as a student reporter at Carolina and now writes candidly about some of the most pressing issues in politics, culture and higher education for The New York...Read More
To help the campus community remain safe, both on and off campus, Carolina is providing an app that turns cellphones into personal safety devices. The Rave Guardian Campus Safety App, a joint initiative between Student Affairs and the Department of Public Safety, is available to students, faculty and staff at no cost.
With the app, people can create an online safety network where they can check in with family, friends and public safety officers. Features allow users to:
Carolina is the first college or university in North Carolina to use Rave Guardian. The app can be downloaded on Apple and Android devices. Once the app is downloaded and people have created their profiles, their cellphones will display “UNC Guardian.”
The University has used other Rave Mobile Safety products for several years. Rave Alert sends text messages and emails through Alert Carolina; Rave Guardian allows people to create an online safety network; and Smart911 allows faculty, staff and students to create their safety profiles.