University of North Carolina

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Formation1789
HeadquartersNorth Carolina
TypePublic University system
Other nameJoined systemReferences
Commonly referred to as the UNC System to differentiate it from its flagship, UNC-Chapel Hill.

See also: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The University of North Carolina is the multi-campus public university system for the state of North Carolina. Overseeing the state's 16 public universities and the NC School of Science and Mathematics, it is commonly referred to as the UNC System to differentiate it from its flagship, UNC-Chapel Hill.

The university system has a total enrollment of 244,507 students as of fall 2021.[1] UNC campuses conferred 62,930 degrees in 2020-2021, the bulk of which were at the bachelor's level, with 44,309 degrees awarded.[2]


 

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