How we Propel the World
At the UNC School of Education, we build people’s minds, spirits, and resolve to make the world a better place through education. Our community of scholars, students, staff, and alumni propel the world. We work to solve pressing problems, to better understand learning, to improve teaching, to redefine what it means to educate lifelong and lifewide. We innovate. We ask and answer tough questions — to ensure that every learner has the opportunity to reach their maximum potential.
Connect your passion for education
with our community
Thank you for considering a gift to the School. We welcome your support to the areas that matter most to you. Your gift can support deserving and high-achieving students, advance research that has implications for all learners and educators, create inspiring and collaborative spaces in Peabody Hall, provide the ability to seize opportunities that will continue to make the School of Education one of the best in the country, and more.
For more information about ways to give or to learn more about the impact your gift will create, contact Megan Garrett, Director of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (919) 962-3941.
The Tarver Entryway
Thanks to the generosity of alumnae Margaret Tarver Jason '66 and Missy Jason Pearson '93, the UNC School of Education transformed its Peabody Hall lobby into a space that invites all to gather and share ideas that will advance education in lasting ways.
A second recent renovation — the research commons — provides a 21st-century agile workspace, where our scholars can collaborate in-person and virtually to address education's most pressing and persistent problems. The research commons represents a naming opportunity for potential investors. Please contact Megan Garrett, Director of Development, at email@example.com or (919) 962-3941.
For All Kind
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is in the midst of its most ambitious fundraising campaign. The Campaign for Carolina aims to raise $4.25 billion by December 2022. As part of this campaign, the School of Education seeks to raise $35 million to benefit educators and learners in North Carolina and beyond.