There are 3 campuses: north campus which is mainly for upperclassmen, south campus which is for lowerclassmen, and middle campus which is a mixture of both.
All dorms can be tiny but you may have a chance to get a suit which has a bathroom that you share with another dorm room
In south campus, which is for lowerclassmen, 2 of the many halls are Morrison and Ehringhaus. Morrison has a green living theme and has been newly renovated with a solar panel that acts as an energy source. Ehringhaus is a well liked hall because it's right by the UNC baseball stadium and if you stand on the 6th floor you can watch the games from your dorm.
- Application Fee: $80
- Out-of-State Tuition: $33,648
- Room and Board: $11,218
- Food Plan: $2,225 (unlimited meal swipes plus)
- Miscellaneous/Other: $1,442 (Book supplies) + $3,404(other expenses)
- Living on Campus: $6,106
- Living off Campus: Apartments with 2 students per bedroom; sharing kitchen and bathroom(s) with another student(s) $3,709/student/semester ($7,418/year)
- Total Cost of Attendance: $49,712
- Nation’s first public university
- Every year, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill hosts "Halloween on Franklin Street," a community gathering--up to 80,000 people--to celebrate the spooky holiday.
- Spectators at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's games typically get to see the school's mascot, Rameses the Ram, as both a costumed performer and a living Horned Dorset Sheep.
- The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill did not choose its nickname and mascot, a ram, based on the feisty animal; rather, they adopted the moniker in honor of the school's 1922 star fullback, Jack "The Battering Ram" Merritt.
- Andy Griffith, Michael Jordan, and James K. Polk all went to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.