Resources for Students
Let's keep our campus community healthy by doing our part to prevent COVID-19. These resources aim to assist with the transition to an adjusted learning environment.
Alternate Grading Option
Students have the option to choose Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading for their spring 2021 courses, with some limited exceptions.
CARES Act/2021 HEERF II
The U.S. government enacted the federal CARES Act to provide money to colleges and universities for emergency student grants for specific expenses that are a direct result of the disruption of campus operations due to the coronavirus.
Conference & Event Services
Conference and Event Services is requiring campus community members to complete additional steps to ensure that planned events are safe and comply with state and local COVID-19 guidelines.
UNC Counseling Center services have transitioned to services by phone or online and in-person services are not currently available.
Course Delivery & Delivery Methods
Find Course Delivery and Class Details for Spring 2021 Registration. Classes are currently delivered either in person, online or a hybrid format. Learn how
Maintaining the health and safety of our community is a priority. Be sure to practice good hygiene, social distancing, and complete daily-self checks to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Learn more about COVID-19 symptoms and how to complete daily self health screenings before visiting the UNC campus.
Learn more about COVID-19 testing options at UNC.
COVID-19 Vaccine Info
Learn more about the COVID-19 Vaccine.
Fall 2020 Alternate Grading Info
The option to opt into S/U grading is available for the Fall 2020 semester only. We suggest all students speak with their academic advisor to learn if this option is right for them.
Health Alerts/COVID-19 Dashboard
In an effort to keep our community informed about the presence of COVID-19 on the UNC campus, the university will report the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases.
UNC requires students, employees, and visitors to wear face coverings at all times while in public, in shared spaces on campus, or anytime you are around other people
Quarantine & Isolation
Understand why, when and how to go into quarantine and/or isolation when you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, have been exposed or have tested positive.
Quarantine & Isolation Planning Guide
UNC has developed this Quarantine and Isolation Planning Guide for Students to provide students who are living in university housing with information and resources about quarantine and isolation. Campus community members are encouraged to report behaviors that put the health and safety of the campus community at risk, such as those who are not following UNC's Mask Policy.
Report COVID-19 Symptoms
If you have COVID-19 symptoms or have been exposed to novel coronavirus you should self-quarantine per CDC guidelines for 14 days. Do not come to campus or go to work, school or events.
Spring 2021 Event Recommendations
Following the state’s guidance on indoor and outdoor event capacities, UNC is implementing policies that align with the states capacity policies related to indoor and outdoor events.
Student Code of Conduct
The Student Code of Conduct applies to all students and registered student organizations. Students are expected to comply with current state rule, laws and restrictions including those regarding COVID-19. Campus community members are encouraged to report behaviors that do not put the health and safety of the campus community at risk.