Start out your career at Carolina by becoming familiar with all we have to offer to make your campus experience pleasurable. From Commuter Resources to “Friday Nights on the Front Porch,” Carolina provides resources to help make getting around campus, both day and night, easier for you.
The Carolina Club is a member-supported dining club created for alumni, faculty, staff and friends of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. It provides a pleasant, upscale environment for meeting colleagues and friends, entertaining guests and dining in warm and friendly on-campus surroundings.
Located in the George Watts Hill Alumni Center between Stadium Drive and the Rams Head Center, the club is a gathering place on work days and game days. Membership is available to alumni, faculty, staff and friends of the University who are at least 21 years old and members of the General Alumni Association. For membership information, call the Carolina Club at (919) 962-1101.Learn more
Affectionately known as the University’s living room, the Carolina Inn has been one of the region’s most popular sites for academic conferences, business meetings, weddings and other important events since it opened in 1924. The Inn is listed on the National Register of Historical Places and boasts a four-diamond rating from AAA and a four-star rating from Mobil.
A favorite gathering place for work lunches and dinner before a show at Memorial Hall, the Carolina Inn is always full up on weekends when there’s a Carolina home football or basketball game. And Friday Nights on the Front Porch, featuring bluegrass music and seasonal food offerings on the front lawn, are a big draw for campus families and neighbors from across the Triangle.Learn more
The University is recognized regionally and nationally as a leader in alternative transportation initiatives. UNC-Chapel Hill has been named a “Super Achiever” by Best Workplace for Commuters, an EPA and NC Department of Transportation award, received an “A” for our transportation initiatives from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education’s report card and received top honors for our efforts during Bike to Work Week.
The ZipCar program at Carolina has served as a national leader in the promotion of car sharing services. Learn more about commuter alternative programs, carpooling, vanpooling and the local and regional mass transit systems available to campus at the link above.Learn more
Campus Health Services offers an International Travel Clinic for those UNC community members – including faculty and staff – traveling to developing parts of the world. Employees can receive recommendations tailored to their travel itinerary accounting for immunizations and medical history, current medications, allergies, planned activities and type of accommodations as well as information concerning health risks in developing areas including destination-specific risks and prevention strategies.
The cost for this service is $75 for faculty and staff. Campus Health will administer vaccines recommended for your destination and medications to help prevent illness; those charges will be billed to your insurance. These services can be provided for groups of UNC affiliated persons as well. Learn more at campushealth.unc.edu/travel.
Carolina’s campuswide library system has one of the premier collections in the South, highlighted by several revered special collections. These include the North Carolina Collection, the Rare Book Collection, the Southern Historical Collection and the Southern Folklife Collection. Employees may check out books at Davis, the Undergraduate and Wilson libraries in addition to 14 other library facilities on campus, all by using your UNC OneCard.Learn more
Science is an adventure and an amazing opportunity to explore the world around us. Children naturally love to explore our world and Summer Science Camps at Morehead are the perfect way to encourage your child’s curiosity and intellectual growth in fun, nurturing environments.Learn more
Membership is open to employees and their family members. Checking and savings accounts, bank cards and personal, auto and home loans are available through the branch at 310 Pittsboro Street, just across from the School of Social Work, and at branches throughout the state.Learn more
UNC Optical is conveniently located adjacent to the Kittner Eye Center, which is located in the Ambulatory Care Center on the corner of Mason Farm Road and Columbia Street. UNC Healthcare and University employees may purchase eyeglasses through payroll deduction.Learn more
University property considered unusable or unserviceable is sent to the Surplus Property Warehouse for disposal. The University Surplus Property Warehouse staff disposes of equipment and furniture through sales to University departments, sales to the general public, transfers to the State Surplus Warehouse, or recycling. For sale days and hours of operation for the general public, please go to the Retail Store Web page of Surplus Property.Learn more
The UNC Dental Faculty Practice is offering UNC employees and their immediate families a 20% discount on new-patient comprehensive exam appointments and the associated x-rays taken that day. You will be seen by the dentists that are teaching the future dentists of North Carolina.
Because the Practice provides both general and specialized dental care, each individual patient’s oral health needs will be determined after seeing a dental practitioner for a comprehensive diagnosis. Call the reception desk at 919-537-3939 and identify yourself at a UNC employee. Please present your UNC One Card at time of appointment.Learn more
The UNC One Card is a multipurpose identification and online accounts card. Employees can use it for any on-campus purchases from Chick-fil-A to parking tickets. It is the official identification card for students, faculty and staff. The One Card provides employees access to certain facilities and event and also serves as their campus library card.
The Carolina Employee Express Plan is designed to offer all permanent employees of the University the flexibility to use their One Card for purchases on campus and to have those purchases deducted from their payroll check each payday. This plan is available only to full-time or part-time permanent University employees.Learn more
UNC Student Stores, in partnership with UNC Employee Benefits, Human Resources, and Payroll Services is proud to offer to full-time, permanent UNC employees, a Payroll Deduction program for the purchase of computers and tablets, with accessories, from the Tech Shop. This program will afford employees opportunities to purchase computers and tablets, with accessories, through one initial down payment and interest-free payroll deduction payments spread over six months.Learn More
The Student Stores Pharmacy provides a quick stop for students, faculty and staff to pick up prescriptions & over-the-counter (OTC) medications. The pharmacy accepts almost all insurance plans, including State Health plans, and offers convenient prescription refill, using ReadyRefill online service and prescription-ready text messages. Upon availability, flu shots and shingles vaccine are administered, no appointment necessary.
Over-the-counter medications, such as Acetaminophen( generic Tylenol), Ibuprofen (generic Advil), Hydrocortisone 1% cream, pseudoephedrine, and allergy medications are available at significantly reduced prices.
Student Stores Pharmacy now offers free lifesaving Naloxone, which temporarily reverses opioid drug overdoses. No prescription needed. More information.
Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturdays (during fall and spring semester) 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Daniels Building (Student Stores)
Located on the 3rd floor