Resources for Community Engagement
UNC APPLES Service-Learning—APPLES strengthenes civic engagement by bringing together students, faculty and communities in sustained and mutually beneficial partnerships.
Campus Y—the Campus Y is the oldest and largest student service organization on campus, a leader in on-campus dialogue and discussion, and in off-campus service and activism.
Carolina Center for Public Service—CCPS connects the energy and expertise of both the University and the community to provide students, faculty, and staff with deep and transformative experiences.
Carolina Latina/o Collaborative—The CLC is a hub devoted to interdisciplinary innovations in scholarship, education, culture, and community engagement regarding Latino affairs on campus and in the community.
Marian Cheek Jackson Center–the Jackson Center is a public history and community development center located at the gateway to the historic Northside of Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
UNC Visitors’ Center—Join a general visitor group or schedule a specialized tour for your group or organization.
William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education – provides a wide range of educational programs and services, professional development, and enrichment programs available to the general public and conference and event services
Prospective student recruitment programs—DMA has many opportunities for middle and high school students to experience what Carolina can offer.
Communiversity—an after-school K-12 enrichment program managed and run by UNC-Chapel Hill student volunteers to provide cultural literacy enrichment, academic enhancement, and to establish mentor relationships. Go to the provided Stone Center Programs link and click on the Social Justice Outreach tab.
Scholars Latino Initiative (SLI)—SLI is a program dedicated to providing higher education opportunities for Latino youth in North Carolina
Awards and scholarships—a listing of DMA-sponsored awards and scholarships