As a leader in education, the UNC School of Medicine is called upon to make significant contributions to the health of all humanity. Our work starts at home, in the medical education building where our students learn and develop into future Tar Heel Doctors. Once completed in 2021, our new home for medical education will rest on the historic Berryhill Hall site and shape the future of health care.

Public investment laid the cornerstone for this project: NC Citizens approved a $68 million bond toward the project, expected to exceed $100 million. Private support will provide the margin of excellence needed to deliver a 21st century medical education.

Your gift to this project during the Campaign for Carolina will:

  • Meet the demand for more doctors by allowing class size to grow incrementally from 180 to 240.
  • Deliver a modern medical education—highly individualized, collaborative and rigorous—aligned with the Translational Education at Carolina curriculum (TEC).
  • Connect students in integrated core clinical rotations in Chapel Hill and across the state—Asheville, Charlotte, Wilmington, Greensboro and Raleigh—and facilitate longitudinal learning through technology.

Alumni, citizens and friends have the opportunity to create a legacy through a named space in the new medical education building. Contact us to learn how you can forever be part of transforming the delivery of medical education in North Carolina and beyond.

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Emily Stevens
Senior Director, Medical Education and Alumni Development