University of North Carolina is a public liberal arts school that has historically been recognized as a top state university. The campus in beautiful Asheville, North Carolina offers rigorous academics and a vibrant student life in a small city.
Asheville’s undergraduate academics include humanities, science, arts and professional programs. Majors include Art, Asian Studies, Business, Classics, Drama, Education, Environmental Science, Literature, Neuroscience, Religious Studies and Pre-Professional Medical Studies programs.
Undergraduate research opportunities, internships and career-placement are some of the additional services and resources offered by the university.
Student life includes university arts offerings with both student and professional theatre and musical performances, lectures and several student art galleries. There are also sports teams, an active Greek life and over 60 student clubs.
Locally, also, in the town of Asheville there is much in the way of culture and entertainment.
The admissions department is fairly selective and evaluates students based on grades, test scores, recommendation letters and extracurricular involvement. Students interested in applying need a minimum GPA and should have taken college prep courses in high school.
Financial aid may be discussed with an advisor and can help cover tuition costs and other fees.
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