Ways to engage at UNC Kenan-Flagler
UNC Kenan-Flagler Veterans Association
The UNC Kenan-Flagler Veterans Association works to create a smooth transition for military veterans and active-duty service members pursuing an MBA, providing support during recruitment, admissions, academics, and career. The association also provides a forum for building bridges, sharing knowledge, and social connection.
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MBA Veterans Network
We are a proud partner of the MBA Veterans Network, a professional networking and advocacy organization dedicated to connecting military veteran students and alumni of the world’s top-ranked universities with employers who value their elite academic credentials, military leadership abilities, and limitless career potential.
Our partnership with MBA Veterans reflects our commitment to supporting your military transition, providing access to financial aid options in addition to GI Bill benefits and Yellow Ribbon programs, and connecting you with tailored career coaching and recruitment opportunities with employers who value your military experience.
MBA Partners Association
If your partner or family is moving with you, the Full-Time MBA Partners Association provides support, information, and a social network. Your partner will be able to connect with peers who understand the unique experiences military families face.
Carolina Veterans Resource Center
The Carolina Veterans Resource Center serves and supports student veterans and military-affiliated students at UNC-Chapel Hill. The Center is a central location where students can find information and begin to build a community to support them during their journey as Tar Heels.
Red, White and Carolina Blue Graduation
Each year, The Office of the Dean of Students invites all military-affiliated graduates to the Red, White and Carolina Blue Graduation. Veterans, active-duty service members, National Guard reservists and ROTC commissionees are welcome to participate. The program includes the presentation of colors and our national anthem, remarks from students and administrators, and the presentation of military Honor Cords.