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Signature Events

LDOC and LDOC S.N.A.C.K.S

A celebration offering free food, fun, and activities to end each semester. Late-night events happen across campus with movement, music, giveaways, and other special happenings. Take a study break with hha! & CUAB for LDOC S.N.A.C.K.S! This event takes place each semester to help you focus on  the importance of Sleep, Nutrition, Activity, Connectivity, Knowledge, and Self-Care (S.N.A.C.K.S.) during finals.

S.H.A.R.E. Trivia

During Week of Welcome, join us to learn more about S.H.A.R.E. (Sexual Health and Relationship Education) and the services available to you on campus!

Wellness Carnival

Join us & CUAB to promote the 8 Dimensions of Wellness and encourage you to stay well during Spring Break! Enjoy free inflatables, activities, food, resources, and giveaways that support well-being. We'll be there living the motto: All for fun. Wellness for all!

Let's Talk About It: Mental Health Walk/Collaboration with Eustress, INC and CAPS (October 2020)

"Let’s Talk About It" is a collaborative Mental Health Space with music, movement, reflections, information, and education.  It is a holistic afternoon of exposing participants to mental health conversations, awareness, services, resources, and professionals.  The space will be used to share personal narratives and convene with peers who may be experiencing similar challenges in their lives. Register for this years Let's Talk About It Event here. 

Run for Recovery 5K

An annual event to support students recovering from substance use disorder on UNC’s campus. Addiction is a deadly disease when left untreated. But building community and awareness can help, and there is a road to recovery for anyone who wants to take it. 

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