Carolina’s Counseling and Psychological Services, or CAPS, is the mental health provider for students and post-doctoral fellows. CAPS provides initial assessments, brief therapy, group therapy, medication management and support for therapy referrals for off-campus providers.
Dear Students, As you know, in a short period of time, our campus community has experienced two events that required our students, faculty, and staff to shelter safely in place. We understand that these incidents shake our sense of safety in a place we love — where we live, learn, work, and play. Remember that […]
On Monday, we experienced a campus shooting that has shaken our entire community. Events like this affect each of us differently, but your mental health and well-being are paramount, and we have an array of resources to support you now and in the days ahead. On Tuesday, Aug. 29, numerous staff will be available to […]
Carolina has once again been designated a military friendly university, earning a gold ranking in the 2023-24 Military Friendly Schools survey. The Military Friendly Schools list by veteran’s advocacy group Viqtory reviews colleges and universities across the nation. Of the 1,800 institutions that participated in the most recent survey, 250 received the gold award status […]
By Susan Hudson, University Communications, Monday, August 21st, 2023 Carolina is famously located on a hill, but the academic terrain of Chapel Hill can look much steeper to a first-year student. Speaking at New Student Convocation in the Dean E. Smith Center on Sunday evening, Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz reassured the Class of 2027: “The […]
HAVEN Training provides participants with tools to be an ally to someone who has experienced sexual assault, interpersonal violence, and/or stalking.
During the pandemic, Massey Award winner Allan Blattner expanded his role, meeting needs well beyond shelter.
WOC Empowerment Group helps to provide a safe, supportive environment in which we can discuss our unique experiences.
For Carolina students who find themselves in the Chapel Hill area for some or all of Summer break, there are still many services available and plenty of activities to keep you busy.
Our next Student Org Spotlight features the Carolina Indian Circle, who was recently recognized as a 2023 UNC Public Service Award recipient! The CIC supports Indigenous students at UNC by fostering a positive community and ensuring the recognition of Native American cultural heritage.