Giving

Why Give

Student Affairs is devoted to creating an integrated learning experience that helps students reach their educational, personal, and professional aspirations. The education of a college student is a combination of an excellent academic program with the application of learning to daily life. We work in partnership with the faculty and the academic administration to provide a holistic educational experience for all students. The development of students into educated, engaged, and committed leaders requires that Student Affairs provides the optimal conditions and environments in which learning and growth can take place.

Where to Give

Student Affairs have identified several key priorities to direct your contribution. Read about the priorities to maximize your impact on the lives of Carolina student. You may earmark your gift for a specific area of interest in Student Affairs, or in one of the priorities listed on the left. A gift to the Vice Chancellor's Unrestricted Fund can be used immediately where it’s needed most. For more information, send your message to sadevelopment@unc.edu.

How to Give

The easiest, most direct way to make a gift to Student Affairs is to go online. Just click the "make a gift" button above, complete the steps, and you can make your contribution quickly and easily. Gifts can also be made by personal check, through credit/debit card transactions, cashier’s checks, or money orders made payable to The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

For questions regarding giving opportunities for other departments within Student Affairs, please email sadevelopment@unc.edu for more information.

A Note from Zack Hawkins

Friends and supporters of UNC Student Affairs,

Zach Hawkins

In a time like no other in our history, Student Affairs leaders are creating new paths to meet the mental health and basic needs of our students and ensure that the bonds of engagement through student activities and organizations are still strong. The work of University Career Services, Fraternity & Sorority Life and NC Fellows to develop leaders with the skills for 21st century opportunities have not paused because of COVID-19. We have also continued to offer the support our student veterans and budding social entrepreneurs need to thrive at Carolina.

If you believe that making this work possible is important,  we need your support. To find a way to give of your time, talent and/or treasure, please reach out to me at zack.hawkins@unc.edu or 919-962-9077. Thanks for all that you do to support Carolina.
Go Heels!

Zack Hawkins
Director of Development
UNC Student Affairs

Impact of Your Gift

Whether you want to make a difference-for a student, a department, a program-- or challenge others to give, you can show your gratitude for your Carolina experience through a gift. All gifts are valuable as they help us remain among the best public universities in the nation providing the highest quality education.

Ways to support the Health and Well-Being Initiative

To address the health and well-being needs of today’s college students, a comprehensive and integrated approach is essential. Carolina not only decided to invest in this area on behalf our students, but to lead. The Health and Well-Being Initiative enhances the services provided to student in recovery, increased prevention and intervention structures for battling mental illness and focused intentionally on the needs of our diverse student body.

Programs:

  • The Multicultural Health Program (MCHP) serves Black, Indigenous and other students of color. MCHP features four Black female therapists that students can request to work with.
  • The Carolina Recovery Program (CRP) strives to provide a safe place for students to seek staff support while connecting with additional resources and other peers in recovery (alcohol and substance abuse) to grow and succeed while having a normal college experience.
  • The Mental Well Being Promotion Program is an opportunity for students struggling with stress, anxiety and other mental health concerns to engage with highly trained mental wellbeing coaches and programmer's on coping skills, academic progression, stigma reduction, including an online presence and skill center.
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