UNC Alumni Association
We take pride in being UNC Bears
In fact, you won’t find a bigger, bolder group of graduates than the network of alumni who are a part of the UNC Alumni Association.
We bleed Blue & Gold, we proclaim our UNC ties with pride, and we believe in the power of giving back. We may come from different class years, different cities, and different careers, but together we are the Bear Network and we believe - Once a Bear, Always a Bear
Meet President Feinstein On the Road
President Andy Feinstein Ph.D. joined the UNC community in July after serving as the Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs at San Jose State University. An experienced higher education and business leader, President Feinstein brings to UNC a strong background in leadership and a commitment to student success. Meet UNC's 13th President at an upcoming Colorado Road Show event this month.
BUILD YOUR CAREER AND YOUR NETWORK
Let's Connect you to the Bear Network
We find strength in numbers, that's why we are proud to say that nearly 150,000 Bears have graduated from UNC since our founding in 1889. With Bears in cities across the country and leading companies and industries of all kinds, let's get you connected to your Bear Network as a jumping off point to building and strengthening your career.
Make a Difference
We can show you how
Making a difference begins by being involved and giving back to UNC and future Bears. We set a goal to get 10% of our alumni involved by the end of 2018. Join us in making a difference by becoming a UNC donor or volunteer today.
Maybe You're One of Us
If you love UNC, are committed to your career, want to build the Bear Network, and
seek to make a difference on campus, then Maybe You're One of Us. The UNC Alumni Association is comprised of all living alumni and because you are a Bear, you are one of us too.
If you're a graduate of UNC, then you are an alumni association member. And that means that along with celebrating your UNC ties, we'll also celebrate all that is great about you and your UNC story. Once a Bear, Always a Bear.