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Carolina’s Class of 2023 graduates

May 15, 2023

Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz presided over the ceremony at Kenan Stadium that celebrated the roughly 3,930 undergraduates, 1,690 master’s degree students and 307 doctoral students.

Graduating senior redirects his career at Carolina

May 12, 2023

Khristopher Lane had his eyes set on a career in the Army since he was a child. When that goal came to an abrupt halt because of a medical condition, he was forced to shift gears. Through C-STEP and Carolina, the graduating senior found a path to a new career in biomedical engineering.

Celebrating Our Seniors

May 5, 2023

Congratulations seniors! We celebrate your accomplishments as we mark Spring Commencement on May 14. Stay tuned to the College website all week as we publish profiles on some of our stellar spring graduates.

Carolina’s Class of 2022 graduates

May 9, 2022

Nearly 6,200 Tar Heels celebrated their graduation at Sunday’s Spring Commencement, where keynote speaker Frank Bruni challenged the Class of 2022 to choose happiness and count their blessings. Bruni encouraged the new alumni to exercise ‘a special kind of wisdom.’

Data science minor graduates first students

May 4, 2022

More than 60 graduates of Carolina’s Class of 2022 will accept diplomas this weekend that include the innovative new data science minor introduced in the fall of 2021.

‘Go abroad. Say yes.’

May 3, 2022

Senior Alaina Plauche has heeded her own advice to future Tar Heels about studying abroad. This Carolina Covenant Scholar never could have imagined that her academic journey would take her to Bhutan, Spain, Uganda and Washington, D.C.

Behind the horns

May 2, 2022

Senior Daniel Wood has spent the past four years as one of the most recognizable Tar Heels on campus without anybody knowing it was him. Ahead of his graduation this weekend, get to know the student behind Rameses.

Caring for a Tar Heel icon

December 9, 2021

Graduating senior Hannah King grew up on a sheep farm in rural North Carolina, and when she got to Chapel Hill, she realized there was a high-profile role that she was perfectly qualified for: caring for Rameses XXII.