Research and Economic Development – This site contains facts and figures about faculty research productivity, the economic impact of research on the State, faculty awards and distinctions, and graduate and post-doctoral training.
Finance and Administration – Links to the home pages of the University’s administrative service areas provide access to a variety of data on space utilization, the financial condition of the University, scholarships and financial aid awards, state appropriations, faculty and staff employee data, and other metrics.
Student Affairs – A variety of descriptive information on student life at Carolina can be viewed at this site, including student participation in co-curricular and service learning activities, access to the Student Life Integrated Calendar of Events (SLICE) database, survey results describing the attitudes and aspirations of Carolina first year students, and follow-up information on employment and post-graduate education status of recent bachelor’s degree recipients.
Historical and Archival Data – The North Carolina Collection Research Library, housed in Wilson Library, is the official repository for a large collection of archival records detailing the history of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as well as the State of North Carolina. Some of these records are the only publicly available sources of early historical data on students, faculty, course offerings, catalogs, and tuition and fees.
The Graduate School – Descriptive and statistical information related to graduate student admissions, enrollments, programs, financial support, and diversity are available here.
Undergraduate Admissions – This site contains descriptive and statistical information on admitted student characteristics, the University’s rankings in U.S. News & World Report and other college guides, student life at Carolina, and other data of interest to prospective students.
UNC System – Statistical profiles on the sixteen campuses of the University of North Carolina System can be found at this site, along with system-wide reports on graduation rates, student satisfaction survey results, long range planning efforts, and links to the home pages of each institution.
US Department of Education – This site provides a wide variety of reports and databases on K-12 and post-secondary education, including statistical information from federally-mandated reports on enrollments, faculty, and the financial status of individual institutions.