There are several ways to identify minority students and promote your organization to them for the purpose of increasing diversity.
Diversity Career Fair
Organizations may attend this annual event, held in early Spring, to meet several hundred minority students. Invitations are issued to employers who regularly recruit on campus or upon request. Space is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please contact us at email@example.com if interested in participating.
Minority Student Organizations
- Black Student Movement
- Minority Business Student Alliance
- National Panhellenic Council (Black Greek Council)
- Carolina Indian Circle
- Carolina Hispanic Association
- Asian Student Association
- Black Sororities and Fraternities
- The Black Ink - Advertisements may be placed in this black student publication.
- Sonya H. Stone Black Cultural Center - “The Black Cultural Center” serves the cultural, intellectual, psychological and sociological needs of both the Black and Non-Black community at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as these needs relate to the Black Experience in America.
- Minority Scholars - Some outstanding minority students receive the Joseph E. Pogue Scholarship. In addition, minority students with at least 3.0 GPA frequently are employed as Minority Tutors/Advisors to underclassmen. Contact Office of Student Counseling, 919-962-2143.
- University Career Services Diversity and Multi-Cultural Liaison - Sheena Jacobs is the UCS liaison to minority student organizations on campus. Please feel free to contact Ms. Jacobs at 919-962-6984 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss strategies for targeting minority students.