June 21, 2021
An anonymous donor’s $3 million gift to Carolina Performing Arts will create the first nonfaculty endowed directorship in the arts at Carolina, named for former Chancellor James Moeser and University organist and music department instructor...Read More
April 30, 2021
The Lt. Col. Bernard W. Dibbert Carolina Covenant for Military Families Scholarship has received a $1 million gift from Vaughn Bryson ’60 and his wife, Nancy Faison Bryson ’60. Vaughn Bryson, who has served on...Read More
For the 10th time in the past 17 years, a national organization that supports educational advancement efforts has honored UNC for its fundraising success.
No other university, public or private, can match that record.
UNC has received a 2009 CASE-WealthEngine Award for Educational Fundraising from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, which works with educational institutions to enhance their alumni relations, communications and development efforts.
In 2009, 1,029 higher education institutions were eligible for consideration for CASE awards. An independent data analyst narrowed the field to 450 institutions, and 66 of those won awards. The awards are based on the analysis of a panel of peer institution judges who evaluate three years of fundraising data supplied by each school. Institutions do not apply for the awards. Judging is blind and completely data-driven.
The UNC General Alumni Association has received four CASE awards for its programs and publications in regional and national judging over the past year:
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