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Ways to Engage

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Engaging in DEI

Student-led DEI clubs and organizations shape our community and offer valuable leadership, networking, career and social opportunities. They are open to all students coming from all majors.

The Minority Business Student Alliance unites minority students interested in business administration, economics, industrial relations and other business-related disciplines. The Alliance bring students together with business professionals and faculty members who advise on career and educational opportunities.

Carolina Women in Business promotes the advancement of women in business through professional development, community outreach, campus involvement and social opportunities.

Undergraduate Pride@KFBS increases LGBTQ+ visibility at UNC Kenan-Flagler and builds a sense of community for LGBTQ+ students and allies interested in business. It connects you with LGBTQ-friendly employers and provide extensive professional development opportunities specific to the needs of LGBTQ+ business students. It also welcomes allies to show support and join educational events that provide tools to help you become better allies.

Ascend creates community for Pan-Asian aspiring professionals and other students. It provides access to a wide variety of resources for professional development and social opportunities to advance your future careers.

The Community, Equity & Inclusion Board of UBP students, staff and faculty promote the celebration of all identities that have not been historically celebrated or represented to promote intercultural dialogue and interactions.

Other student clubs and organizations at UNC that offer opportunities for engagement include:


Becoming a better ally

UNC-Chapel Hill’s commitment to diversity and inclusion is embedded across the campus. We believe that when equal access to academic success is available to all members of the Carolina community, the whole world benefits.

Carolina offers training programs for faculty, staff and students to support our diverse populations and to create an inclusive community.