Time’s running out on how UNC will keep its financial promise to low-income students.
by Eric Johnson ’08
In June 2017, then-Chancellor Carol L. Folt took the stage in Chapel Hill for a special announcement. The University had…
The strategy behind Carolina’s biggest fundraising campaign
The University announced in January that it had surpassed the $4.25 billion goal for its campuswide fundraising drive almost a year before the campaign’s deadline.
The Campaign for…
The UNC System Board of Governors voted last week to extend for a sixth consecutive year a freeze on in-state tuition.
Resident tuition at UNC Chapel Hill will remain at $7,019 per year, the same that it has been since 2017. Out-of-state tuition,…
Tuition will go up 2 percent — $684 for out-of-state undergraduates — and $566 for nonresident graduate students in fall 2021 if the UNC System Board of Governors approves actions take Thursday by the UNC trustees.
The University doesn’t track the beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals among its student body, but there are DACA students — and alumni — who qualify for the program President Donald Trump has ordered phased out.