Location
Undergrads
17,562
Tuition (in-state)
$30,122 ($8,340)
Admission Difficulty
Hard
More statistics . . .
YesI'm interested, let this school know MaybeBookmark for later NoShow me better matches What does it mean to express interest?
Oops! There was an error.

Reload the page and try again.

Saving your interest We will attempt to notify this school of your interest. This school has been saved to your schools listyour schools list. This school has been removed from your recommended schools list.
For more schools, visit your recommended schools list.

Reviews 1790 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

{{ error }}
close
4 College Sophomore

Athletics: Sports are huge here. Basketball and football bring a lot of school spirit, as well as other sports.

2 people found this useful Report
1 College Sophomore

Parking: Lots of Tickets – Theres no clear parking rules and there is a limited availability.

2 people found this useful Report
2 College Sophomore

Drug Safety: Visible on the weekends and on LDOC. But if you don't want to be a part of it you don't see it.

2 people found this useful Report
4 College Sophomore

Campus Housing: Its a lot better than living in Hinton James, and the rooms are much bigger. It's really close to Rams Market, Rams Head, and Rams Plaza Gym. The only problem would have to be that it has a weird smell at times and you can hear everything from the baseball games and football games

2 people found this useful Report
5 College Freshman

Academics: Several years ago, UNC-CH was accused of grade inflation. Today, the university compensates for it by encouraging professors to give fewer A's and more C's. Sometimes, this is manifested in a horrid curve in which 20% of the class receives A's, 20% B's, and the rest C's, D's, and F's. The result is a terrifyingly competitive classroom. While I have grown to despise systems like this, I must admit it has eliminated professor bias and motivated to learn more than I could have ever imagined.

2 people found this useful Report
5 College Junior

Facilities: There is a club for EVERYTHING, with tons of active members. It's easy to get involved and make like-minded friends.

2 people found this useful Report
4 College Freshman

Scholarships: Hop Aboard the Struggle Buses – To get to Franklin from South Campus, a bus is very convenient. Luckily the buses here are reliable and frequent. Many buses take you around campus as well as other Chapel Hill landmarks. The Robertson takes you to Duke and runs every hour. All of them are free, unless you take Triangle Transit (long distance or Durham's South Point Mall) which is $2.

2 people found this useful Report
3 College Junior

Transportation: Good Except Weekends – There's transportation pretty regularly almost anywhere you want to go, but it's hard on the weekends during the day, since the safe-ride doesn't start until late.

2 people found this useful Report
3 College Junior

Greek Life: So Many Frat Boys – Greek life is very active, but you're not required to be a part of it 0or pressured into it... Unless you live in Granville.

2 people found this useful Report
1 College Junior

Parking: Parking is the absolute worst at UNC. There are limited parking spaces around campus, and the only good ones seem to be taken by faculty. You're almost guaranteed to get a parking ticket. If you somehow manage to get an on campus spot, you will have to move your car every football game day to make room for tailgaters

3 people found this useful Report
5 College Freshman

Nightlife: Plenty of Options – There are frat parties for those who want them (independent guys can't get in, however). If frat parties aren't your thing, there are countless house parties walking distance from Franklin. Many bars and clubs are 18+, but the most popular ones are 21+. It's totally possible for a student of any age to party the night away Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. And when it's time to go back, the P2P bus takes you right to your dorm.

2 people found this useful Report
3 College Junior

Diversity: UNC is a relatively liberal campus compared to other schools in the South, but there are few minority groups actually on campus. What minority groups are on campus seem to be pretty tight knit and close, though.

2 people found this useful Report
{{review.UserDisplayString}}

{{review.SectionLabel}} at {{review.EntityName}}:

{{review.Votes}} found this useful - Did you? Was this useful? Yes Report

Sorry, there are no reviews.

  • {{settings.pageNumber}} of {{settings.maxPages}}
  • Pages:
  • ... {{page}}

Rankings View more rankings . . .

Photos More photos . . .

Polk Place and Wilson Library
Polk Place and Wilson Lib...
Polk Place and Wilson Library Polk Place and Wilson Library
Photo by Marchmain05 under Public Domain | Source

Overall ExperienceWhat's This?

Kavita Gupta
Hometown
Austin, Texas
Major
Biology
Grad Year
2013
View all previous student authors

UNC is known for its great academics, abundant research facilities, and storied athletic programs. Students who are priviliged enough to attend Carolina are happy with their choice even though it may not always have been their dream. UNC has been in the top five public schools in the country for the past eight years, and it is considered a "public ivy," so it's no secret that the quality of education at Carolina is far above average. Students at Carolina are continually pushing borders, experiencing new things, and becoming individuals.

At the end of their collegiate careers, many boast of having had the best four years of their lives in Chapel Hill, and that is evidenced by the overwhelming alumni support. UNC will prepare you for what is to come after the beautiful undergraduate years under the perfect Carolina blue sky. But most importantly at Chapel Hill, it is important to cherish every moment because four years fly by, and the college experience is soon over. One of the best things about Carolina is the immense school pride with which the stuent body lives as Tar Heels. Sure, college will be difficult. There will be failed exams and broken hearts, but there will also be experiences that you will never forget—weekend trips with your friends, late night yo-po runs, foam parties at Pulse, Holi Moli, and many others. When you attend Carolina, you will receive a quality education and a great college experience.

Admitted Students' GPA/Test Scores More on admissions . . .

Applicant Status At University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

How do I stack up?

Compared against the students in the chart, you are in the:

??? Percentile
4
pageviews remaining

Non-registered users are limited to 5 school profile page views per month.

Register for free to gain full access!