The Muslim Student Association fosters a space for students to feel included, welcomed, and free to practice their religion. With a focus on celebration and education, this group has emerged as a strong voice for Muslim students on campus.
Expert designer, student supervisor, avid bread-maker -- meet the multi-talented Anna Bradsher, Design Assistant at the Carolina Union. Learn more about how her work at the Union is setting her up for success after graduation.
The pastel pink building in Polk Place directly below South Building is always plastered with social justice posters. This building houses the Campus Y, a vital hub for action, service, and social issue advocacy on campus.
UNC Student Life & Leadership will host a series of involvement fairs from September 24 – 26 across campus. With dozens of participating student organizations, there will be many opportunities to take the leap and join groups that match your interests and passions.
The Carolina Union Activities Board has big plans for the 2018-19 academic year, including bolstering efforts to create entertainment, social and cultural programming to reach broader segments of the student body.
Need space for your student organization's or university department's next event or meeting? Make a reservation at the Carolina Union! We have large event and performance venues, as well as smaller classrooms and meeting rooms available.
Welcome back to Chapel Hill, everybody! As you get settled into campus, whether it’s for the first time, the last time, or somewhere in-between, you may not be aware of all the great spaces and resources your Carolina Union has to offer. We hope you will come by often and use all the great amenities -- because this building belongs to you.
Just in time for the Fall Semester, we made some serious improvements to our building. Check out the new spaces we created for you to study, socialize, or just lounge around. The paint is fresh and the new furniture is extra comfy... drop in and see for yourself!
Jordan Bermudez, a junior from Durham majoring in exercise and sports science, will serve as the 2018-19 Chair of the Carolina Union Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors Chair is the student representative on the Board and for the Union. Bermudez has already been heavily involved with the Union in her time at Carolina thus far; she currently serves as the Vice Chair of the Board of Directors, in addition to serving as the President of the Carolina Union Activities Board (CUAB). Within these positions, Bermudez has learned the ins and outs of the operations of the Board, as well as which methods and tactics are best to reach students.
The Office of Student Life and Leadership sent five UNC students to the 2018 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Student Leadership Symposium to represent the University this past month.