From the Di-Phi societies, established at UNC in 1795, to any of the more than 630 organizations on campus today, Carolina has a broad and rich history of students taking on activities outside of the classroom.
University Archives and the Office of Student Activities and Organizations are presenting a program on March 26 to explore how student organizations can make their mark on Carolina permanent. Even after graduation and leaving Carolina, the work students do through these organizations remain vital to future students.
Strategies will be presented on creating and organizing groups’ records, passing those records on to successors and finally depositing them in University Archives.
The program also will include a small exhibition of materials from student organizations that are currently held in the archives, including materials from the Campus Y, the Dialectic and Philanthropic societies and the Black Student Movement.
When and where: Tuesday, March 26, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.; Student Union room 3201.