Chase Dining Hall: A History

September 14, 2017

In March 2017, Carolina Dining Services (CDS) officially changed the name of what was once Rams Head Dining at Chase Hall to Chase Dining Hall, reinstating the South Campus dining hall to its original namesake honoring former UNC President Harry Woodburn Chase (1919-1930).

Carolina in Sierra Club ‘Cool School’ Ranking

August 25, 2017

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ranks 28th among more than 200 participating colleges and universities nationwide, according to the Sierra Club “Cool Schools” annual sustainability report.

UNC Surpasses Real Food Challenge Goal

August 21, 2017

For the second year in a row, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has surpassed a non-profit’s national challenge that encourages colleges and universities to purchase at least 20 percent of “real food” by the year 2020.

University Mail Services: Mobile-Friendly!

August 14, 2017

University Mail Services’ resources can easily be accessed directly from your mobile device. Simply visit from your iPhone or Android phone. Then, follow the directions on the popup that appears to add a shortcut to University Mail Services to … Continued

University Mail Services Annual Survey – Through Aug. 14

August 7, 2017

University Mail Services is conducting its annual survey of UNC faculty and staff to assess our overall Customer Satisfaction level and identify opportunities for improving our service to the campus community. Our division is committed to excellent customer service and … Continued

University Mail Services to Host Open House on Aug. 4

July 19, 2017

University Mail Services will host an Open House on Friday, Aug. 4, on the ground floor of the Bioinformatics Building to assist departments, faculty and staff with mailing options for the coming year.

The Carolina Campus Community Garden Turns Greener

May 10, 2017

UNC-Chapel Hill staff, faculty, students and friends celebrated the opening of a new solar greenhouse at the Carolina Campus Community Garden on Friday, April 21, as part of the University’s Earth Week celebration.