The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an institution in the UNC system and the first public university to confer degrees. A member of the Association of American Universities, UNC Chapel Hill is considered a Public Ivy and houses a number of centers, laboratories, and institutes. The university offers 77 bachelor’s degrees, some of which offer online courses, and the campus has 32 residence buildings, including traditional dorms, apartments, and learning residencies. UNC Chapel Hill also maintains botanical gardens, an arboretum, art museum, planetarium, a center for black culture and history, and more.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's campus, to me, is a great metaphor for the university as a whole; first off, it's full of color and zest, with all the beautiful trees everywhere. In addition, many of its buildings have very strange architecture, which relates to UNC's uniqueness as a whole. But finally, all the students you pass are enthusiastic, happy and content, which exemplifies all of the university's attributes.
Audrey from Athens, GA
There's no denying that UNC has amazing academic programs. Just make sure that they are best for what you are interested in. Also, the idea that you can make a big school feel small definitely applies here. You get that great sense of community while having the perks of not only a larger campus but the opportunity to constantly meet new people.