- How do I contact the UNC Visitors Center?
- What services does the Visitors Center provide?
- Is the Visitors Center part of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions?
- Where is the Visitors Center located?
- When is the Visitors Center open?
- What is there to see and do while visiting campus?
- Do you accept walk-ins on tours?
How do I contact the UNC Visitors Center?
Contact the UNC Visitors Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 919-962-1630.
What services does the Visitors Center provide?
The UNC Visitors Center serves as the front door to Carolina. or call 919-966-3621.
The UNC Visitors Center temporarily operates out of the rotunda in Hill Hall, 145 E. Cameron Avenue. Please note that public parking is not available at Hill Hall.
When is the Visitors Center open?
In an effort to mitigate the potential effects of coronavirus on our campus, the UNC Visitors Center is closed until further notice. All tours are canceled. We did not come to these decisions lightly and did so with the health and well-being of our entire community in mind, while also following federal and state guidelines.
Due to COVID-19, many of Carolina’s buildings are closed and in-person, non-essential services have been suspended. Groups of 10 or more are not allowed to gather on or off campus, and students and essential staff remaining on campus are directed to stay six feet apart and wear a mask.
Carolina offers many different attractions to experience during your visit. The UNC Visitors Center also maintains a list of campus attractions.
Does the Visitors Center accept walk-ins on tours?
Guests are asked to register in advance for a tour to ensure tours do not go over capacity. However, if a tour is about to begin and there is space, walk-ins are accepted and can register on site.
- What is the Sense of Place tour?
- When are tours offered?
- Where do tours depart? Where do tours end?
- How do I sign up for a tour?
- What is the policy for inclement weather?
- How do I cancel my tour?
- How much do tours cost?
- What is the Graduate Student tour?
- Does the UNC Visitors Center offer tours for school groups?
- What are the Priceless Gem tours?
The UNC Visitors Center’s Sense of Place walking tour introduces guests to Carolina’s history, traditions and hallmarks, as well as some of the University’s current and future endeavors. This is not an admissions tour365体育足球滚球比分and details about student housing, financial aid, applying to Carolina and other information for prospective students is not shared on this tour.
When are tours offered?
The time and days that our tours are offered vary based on the type of tour. For the most current information, visit the link for the tour that you are interested in.
365体育足球滚球比分Tours begin in the rotunda of Hill Hall, 145 E. Cameron Ave., and end at Kenan Stadium.
To sign up for a tour, visit the appropriate link below. You can also call the Visitors Center at 919-962-1630 or send an email to email@example.com.
What are the Priceless Gem tours?
365体育足球滚球比分The UNC Visitors Center promotes a special series of campus tours — the Priceless Gems — about specific aspects of Carolina’s history. These scholar-led tours are free, open to the public and last about 90 minutes. The Priceless Gem tours provide extraordinary opportunities to explore specific topics in depth with an expert in the field.
Parking and transportation
- Where can I park on campus?
- Where can I park off campus?
- How does parking work for campus events (athletics, concerts, plays, graduation, etc.)?
- Is there parking at the Visitors Center?
- Does the UNC Visitors Center validate parking?
- Where is the closest parking to the UNC Visitors Center?
- What are the parking options for weeknight parking?
Where can I park on campus?
365体育足球滚球比分Visitors to campus may park in the following areas on campus:
- Ram’s Head Parking Deck, 104 Ridge Road
- Morehead Planetarium Lot, 250 E. Franklin Street
- . This website provides parking options available in the town of Chapel Hill.
. If you park in a campus lot Monday through Thursday after 5 p.m., enter 4500 and pay $1 for the entire evening.
- Metered hourly parking is available in the Dogwood Deck for $1.50 per hour
- Metered parking is available throughout campus for $1.75 per hour
- One-night temporary passes cost $1 and are available in designated lots across campus
- For more information, visit for University visitors