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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
School of Education
Campus Box 3500
Peabody Hall
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3500


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Occasionally, special events or meetings, which are sponsored by the School of Education, are held at the Carolina Center for Educational Excellence.

Tours

Undergraduate Students

High school students, transfer students, and high school groups are encouraged to schedule a campus visit with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Undergraduate Admissions offers daily visit opportunities Monday through Friday at 10:30am and 1:30pm. The experience includes:

  • A 45 minute information session led by an admissions counselor
  • A 75-90 minute campus tour led by a current student

The tour does not visit specific programs/departments, so please contact Patricia Harris, director of recruitment, at patricia.harris@unc.edu, with questions about programs offered through the School of Education or to request to meet with faculty, staff, or a current student.

Graduate Students

Campus tours for prospective graduate students can be arranged through The Visitors' Center. The Visitors' Center conducts graduate student tourson Wednesdays at 2pm, and Thursdays & Fridays at 4pm. Led by a current graduate student, this tour introduces our campus and includes a review of helpful information on housing, dining, recreation, and life at Carolina. Please click here to register for available tours.

The Visitors' Center tour does not visit specific programs/departments, so please contact Patricia Harris, director of recruitment, at patricia.harris@unc.edu, with questions about programs offered through the School of Education or to request to meet with professors and/or advisors. For additional information regarding tours offered through the visitor center please, call (919) 962-1630.

You may also take A Self-Guided Tour of Campus to get a glimpse of the campus.

Community Resources & Services

Beyond the campus, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro community offers an incomparable quality of life that combines small town friendliness with the University’s vibrancy, natural beauty, history and tradition. The larger area known as the Research Triangle ─ which includes Chapel Hill-Carrboro, Durham and the state capital, Raleigh ─ enjoys a rich cultural, educational, economic and political life. The area is widely recognized as a top place to live.