ADFT cultivates awareness, passion and action around water by implementing an innovative and diverse range of awareness initiatives along with impact-oriented projects in North Carolina and abroad to engage students and improve communities.
The students of UNC operate an official student chapter of AcademyHealth, the membership organization for health services researchers, policy analysts, and practitioners, and a leading, non-partisan resource for the best in health research.
Our organization provides students with opportunities to learn from and network with pharmacists and other health care professionals in the field of managed care pharmacy.
Active Minds works to utilize the student voice to change the conversation about mental health on college campuses. We accomplish this through service, campuswide programs, collaboration with other student groups, and diversity awareness events.
AdoptEd is a student-run organization dedicated to bringing together adoptees in the community as well as bringing awareness and education to the public on what adoption is, the adoption process, and the increasing need for adoption locally and worldwide
We open membership to all students regardless of their beliefs and welcome all who are interested in learning more about God. We seek to develop a community centered on the love of God and to foster a holistic spiritual formation based on the Bible.
Our ministry seeks to worship Jesus Christ as students, to grow as individuals and as a body, and to impact this generation for the glory of God.
AMSA is a student led organization that is designed to educate and raise awareness of the true teachings of Islam through discussion groups, community service projects and international human rights awareness campaigns.
International youth leadership development platform with the mission of providing relevant opportunities for growth & learning. We facilitate a global exchange program, and by doing so, help foster a culturally inclusive future.
A group for UNC medical students to gain exposure to Anesthesiology