Student Conduct

Student Conduct works to support the development of Carolina students into ethical, responsible future leaders and citizens, encouraging students to make conduct choices that are supportive of students’ thriving while at Carolina and beyond. The Office advises the Undergraduate and Graduate & Professional School branches of the student-led Honor System, adjudicates certain student violations of the University Alcohol Policy, and works with campus and local community partners to promote safe, responsible student conduct and to provide education surrounding the honor, integrity, and ethical decision-making expected of all Carolina community members.

The Writing Center

The Writing Center is an instructional service that provides writing assistance for students, faculty, and staff. We offer both face-to-face and online consultations, as well as a collection of online resources for writers and educators.

The Learning Center

The Learning Center is an instructional service that provides academic support for UNC-Chapel Hill students. We offer both face-to-face and online coaching, as well as a collection of online resources for students and educators.

Academic Enrichment Program

The Gillings School of Global Public Health at UNC is committed to making sure students receive the academic enrichment needed to be successful. The Academic Enrichment Program strives to provide quality academic support for students experiencing academic difficulty in SPHG 711 & 712 courses. Group tutoring sessions are held for SPHG each week during the fall and spring semesters for residential and online students and summer for online students.

Becoming a Tutor

Any student interested in tutoring through the Academic Enrichment Program must have received an H in the course they wish to tutor or they must have taken a higher level course in the same subject earning an H. This grade will be verified by Student Affairs.

IPE – Interprofessional Education Resources

Interprofessional education occurs when students from two or more professions learn about, from, and with each other to enable effective collaboration and improve health outcomes. Once students understand how to work interprofessionally, they are ready to enter the workplace as a member of the collaborative practice team. This is a key step in moving health systems from fragmentation to a position of strength.