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Student Reviews of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

4.1
based on 182 reviews
  • CK from Fayetteville, NC

    Carolina's dining halls are excellent. I actually look forward to grabbing lunch at Lenoir every day! There's a stir-fry station that makes the whole place smell good, a vast and expansive salad bar, a grill, a vegetarian section, a popular… more read full review

    Carolina's dining halls are excellent. I actually look forward to grabbing lunch at Lenoir every day! There's a stir-fry station that makes the whole place smell good, a vast and expansive salad bar, a grill, a vegetarian section, a popular omelette grill, desserts and more. If you want to devour everything in sight, go for it! And if you're aiming to slim down, UNC will help with that too. The dining halls offer lots of nutritious and healthy choices, and calorie counts are displayed on screens to guide your choices. Starbucks, Alpine Bagel, and a few other cafes are located on campus. Off campus, there's Franklin Street. The food scene there is vibrant and buzzing and even a little overwhelming. read full review

  • Evan from Chapel Hill, NC

    A great place for students who want to enjoy the country style campus and beautiful scenery. There are a great amount of majors and directions here and it's easy to change your program so UNC is a great place for you to explore your interest. And… more read full review

    A great place for students who want to enjoy the country style campus and beautiful scenery. There are a great amount of majors and directions here and it's easy to change your program so UNC is a great place for you to explore your interest. And since it's a very big public university so it's easy for you to find some undergraduate research, which is a great advantage for students who have a plan for graduate school. read full review

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Scholarships

Merit Aid

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