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The Campus Y has been a hub for social justice at UNC-Chapel Hill for 160 years. Since its establishment in 1860, the Y has grown into UNC’s largest and most vibrant student organization, with more than 2,000 student volunteers each year. The Y houses 31 student social justice organizations that focus on particular social and environmental justice issues in the areas of Community Inclusion, Education and Youth Development, Public Health, Global Issues, and Advocacy. With its unique leadership structure – students and staff working in tandem – the Y has provided leadership and professional skills development to thousands of Carolina students and alumni and shaped the character of the campus for generations.

Interested in bringing your organization to the Y? Visit our Prospective Committee FAQ page.


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*Inactive Committees

These committees have operated at the Campus Y in the past, but are currently without student leadership. If you are interested in reactivating an inactive committee, please reach out to the Campus Y Co-Presidents at


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