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Support excellence in graduate education at the nation’s first public university

Graduate students make enduring contributions to Carolina’s reputation as a world-renowned research institution. They work hard, earn their degrees and become leaders in their fields. Thank you for supporting graduate student success and for providing critical funding when — and where — they need it most.

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Support UNC-Chapel Hill graduate students, the future of our University and alumni success.

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CareerWell—Professional Development Participant

Anneliese Long

“Professional development resources and programming supplemented the discipline-specific training I had in my department, and it was incredibly valuable. Thank you very much for making it possible.”

—Anneliese Long; Ph.D. student; Department of Anthropology

Diversity and Student Success Participant

Brionca Taylor

“I cannot imagine completing my doctoral program without the support, community, and resources I received from Diversity and Student Success. Their programs have been vital for me as I successfully applied for fellowships and grants and as I tackled the milestones needed to finish my degree. I am forever grateful for DSS.”

—Brionca Taylor; Ph.D. candidate; Department of Sociology

Summer Research Fellowship Recipient

John West

“Without the funding, it would have been more difficult to graduate this year, because I would have presumably had to teach over the summer. Instead, I’ll now be able to devote more time to writing, collecting data and analyzing data.”

—John West, Ph.D. candidate; Department of Psychology and Neuroscience

To give by mail

Mail a check, payable to UNC-Chapel Hill Graduate School, to: 
The Graduate School
200 Bynum Hall, CB# 4010 
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-4010

For more information on supporting graduate education:

Kate Moser
(919) 962-7772