- Future Residents
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Students will ultimately experience what many call the 'Carolina Moment'; that moment in time when you realize that you make a difference as an individual and reciprocally value connectedness with the larger University community.
Students who live on campus are more likely to interact with professors outside of class, attend cultural events, seek employment on campus, and participate in clubs and organizations. By getting involved, students develop an identity with the larger university community, quickly develop social networks, and find opportunities for intellectual, spiritual, physical, and occupational growth.
We invite you to become engaged in connecting with the intellectual climate. We expect you to enrich our communities with leadership, citizenship, civility, and personal responsibility, and we welcome your comments for how we can enhance your living and learning experience at Carolina.
Larry M. Hicks
Housing and Residential Education