Why Your Giving Matters
Dr. Igor Szcyrba, whose computer modeling of traumatic brain injuries is being used to design football helmets that will help prevent brain injuries.
Dr. Robin Brewer, whose handbooks are providing families and schools with tools to help students with autism thrive.
Your giving helps students:
- Thirty-six percent of UNC students are first-generation college students.
- Forty-seven percent of UNC students benefit from scholarships.
- Eighty-two percent of first-year students are awarded a grant or scholarship.
Your gift matters because 60 percent of jobs created in the next 10 years will require postsecondary education, and without financial support many UNC students would not be able to pursue or complete their college degrees.
Your giving helps faculty
UNC’s dedicated faculty members actively engage undergraduate and graduate students in applied research that is put to work in our communities.
Your giving helps UNC
UNC’s programs—on campus and in our communities—prepare students for lives as practitioners, business people, educators and engaged citizens.
Every Gift Matters
With the traditional funding model for higher education changing, and the state providing less than 16 percent of our funding, private gifts of all amounts play a crucial role in supporting students, faculty and programs. Please help bring education to life for our students.