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Student Reviews of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

4.1
based on 161 reviews
  • Alexia from Apex, NC

    The great academics are one major plus, but the social scene makes this the ideal college environment! Located in a safe community, this U. has everything an undergraduate could ask for. Local places to eat, entertaining attractions, and a world… more read full review

    The great academics are one major plus, but the social scene makes this the ideal college environment! Located in a safe community, this University has everything an undergraduate could ask for. Local places to eat, entertaining attractions, and a world renowned area (Franklin st.) that is home to some of the university's biggest celebrations (i.e: the celebrations of the 2009 NCAA Basketball championship & the 2008 presidential election). It is also a short distance from Durham, home of the famous Minor League Durham Bulls and Raleigh, the states capital! No matter the day of the week, the University of North Carolina is very enjoyable for its students! read full review

  • Cyrus from Greensboro, NC

    You application should reflect YOU in the purest form. Be honest, and be yourself. UNC is a place that prides itself on diversity, so there is nothing too 'weird' for any of us! Take the time to revise and think through your essays as best as you… more read full review

    You application should reflect YOU in the purest form. Be honest, and be yourself. UNC is a place that prides itself on diversity, so there is nothing too 'weird' for any of us! Take the time to revise and think through your essays as best as you can; these for me were what really made my application stand out because I LOVE to write. But even if you do not share that sentiment, hope is not lost! Chapel Hill looks for well-rounded individuals, people who've invested themselves in multiple areas, but have also committed to certain things and have followed through with them. For me, this was marching band, which I did all four years of high school. For you, it might be something different. But be sure to share all of your interests and accomplishments, so that UNC will see the fullest picture of you possible - students who are motivated, accomplished, and true to themselves, cliche as it may sound, are the types of folks Chapel Hill looks for. read full review

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Scholarships

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Merit Scholarships Available Amount freshman returning transfer graduate
$1,000 - $2,500 R
$1,000 R
$7,500
$2,500
$2,500
$7,500
$5,000