Resources for UNC Students, Families and Alumni
Bear Connection: From One Den To Another
As UNC has transitioned to alternate delivery, we understand the impacts of COVID-19 have affected many members of our community. While our faculty have worked to make the transition as smooth as possible for students, our staff have worked diligently to keep everyone connected to the Bear family as we adapt to the changes to our daily lives.
For Students & Families
For Staff & Faculty
We're Here for You
The Counseling Center staff recognizes the tremendous impact that the pandemic has had on the UNC student
body and community at large. We have been working diligently to shift our operations
to ensure ongoing support for the community and for the safety of students and staff
using remote conferencing technology.
UNC Experts on COVID-19
With a shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) for health care workers who are battling the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Geography, GIS and Sustainability Professor Chelsie Romulo is contributing to the effort to fill the gap.
While the past century presents a number of examples, the influenza outbreak of 1918 may most closely resemble what our world is now experiencing with the current global pandemic. History Professor Fritz Fischer shares a portion of his classroom lesson here.
Marketing Professor Denny McCorkle has some suggestions for how students can stay connected without getting drawn into the negative social media.