Media Center


The UNC Media Center provides central access to all published feature stories, system news, and press releases. Our archive holds a great deal of information about the accomplishments of our students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

Feature Stories

We’re proud of the work of our 17 campuses and affiliate institutions in providing the best possible instruction, research, and outreach to benefit the state and beyond. Take a look at some of the stories highlighting system accomplishments, initiatives, and people.

Across the System News

Read news from across the UNC system that reflects institutional priorities.

Press Releases

View our most recent announcements and access the press release archives.


Call or email the Communications staff to submit a media inquiry or interview request or ask us about a story published on our website.

Top Stories


UNC Greensboro

Research from the Hive to the Lab

Dozens of young honey bees swirled and buzzed through the air on the warm, late June day. The two undergraduates, though, weren’t sure how to proceed. Collecting bees for research purposes isn’t covered... more

Native Narratives

UNC-Chapel Hill

Carolina may be the oldest public university in the nation, but its 224 years are just a sliver of the history of this area. Long before Revolutionary War Gen. William R. Davie (as the legend goes) sat under a poplar tree and decided this was... more

Latest News

Board of Governors December 2017 Meeting

The Board of Governors will meet in full session on Friday, December 15, 2017, starting at 2:30 p.m. in the Board Room, Center for School Leadership Development, Chapel Hill. In addition, a policy discussion on civil discourse will be held at 10:...


UNC System Hosts First Behavioral Health Convening

UNC System Hosts First Behavioral Health Convening, Addresses Services on UNC Campuses

The University of North Carolina System hosted the first Behavioral Health Convening recently in Winston-Salem, NC. The event gathered more than 100 health professionals, faculty and staff from all of the 17 UNC institutions.


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