The Campaign for Carolina
Reimagining the arts and sciences for the public good
The College of Arts & Sciences is creating life-changing possibilities for students and faculty through the Campaign for Carolina. To date, more than 21,600 alumni and friends have committed $625 million for the College’s 19,000 students, world-renowned faculty and researchers, and the 44 academic departments and curricula that they call home. Every gift to the College counts towards its $750 million goal in the campaign and towards the broader University-wide goal of $4.25 billion.
Dean Terry Rhodes’ signature initiatives in the Campaign for Carolina illustrate the College’s commitment to reimagining the arts and sciences for the public good—for all kind.
Chancellor’s Science Scholars
Promoting diversity and inclusion in science and technology fields (Learn more│Give now)
For every $2 million raised, the William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust will contribute $1 million to the program, up to a total of $5 million.
Within these signature initiatives, the College of Arts & Sciences’ mission remains to create knowledge and discover innovative solutions to the world’s greatest challenges, to educate outstanding undergraduate and graduate students, and to encourage faculty, staff and students to contribute meaningfully to North Carolina, the nation and the world.
Learn more about the College’s opportunities for support during the Campaign for Carolina.
We are the College of Arts & Sciences
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The College’s goal in the campaign is $750 million as part of a broader University-wide goal. Since the launch of the campaign the College has raised $625 million.
Leadership gifts have supported entrepreneurship, PlayMakers, Honors Carolina, the Institute for the Arts and Humanities, the Writing and Learning Center, the College’s deanship, graduate student stipends and other areas of critical support for students and faculty.
Explore the stories of alumni and friends who are helping to fuel the progress of scientists, humanists, artists, entrepreneurs and technologists at the College every day.
For more information on the University-wide Campaign for Carolina, click here.