Help continue the tradition of distinguished teaching, learning, and service in the Department of Sociology by making a gift to support faculty and students.  We are deeply grateful to all our alumni, friends and donors for your generosity. Private gifts provide a critical margin of excellence for our students and faculty.

Online Giving

Online giving to the UNC Department of Sociology is easy and secure. Below is a description of the funds available to support the department. To make a gift today, please visit Thank you for your philanthropic support to the Department of Sociology at Carolina!

Sociology Centennial Fund

Help us celebrate the first 100 years of Sociology at UNC and continue our tradition of excellence in the next 100 years by making a gift to the Sociology Centennial Fund. Gifts to this fund are used to support innovative teaching and research opportunities for students and faculty.
Gifts to this fund are used at the discretion of the Chair and are directed to where the need is greatest. Such discretionary funds are used to support ongoing programs, activities, initiatives, and special events that are not funded by state dollars or that require the use of non-University funds. For example, these funds are used for maintaining and improving our technological infrastructure, including our computer lab and audiovisual equipment. Discretionary funds can also be used for activities that help establish and reaffirm a sense of community among the faculty, staff and students within the department, creating venues for intellectual engagement and opportunities that strengthen and encourage collegiality. At the undergraduate level, such funds help bolster student-group activities, and enhance the teaching experience more generally.

Carolina Sociology Fund for Faculty Excellence

This fund is used to provide sociology faculty with critically needed funds for travel, research materials, technology and other resources necessary to their pursuits as world-class scholars and educators.

Named Funds

For a list of other named funds please click here.

We greatly appreciate all of your support. If you are interested in creating your own named fund, possibly in honor or memory of a faculty member or classmate, or including the department in your estate plans, we would love to be of assistance.

For more information, please contact Ronda Manuel, Director of Development, Arts and Sciences Foundation, or (919) 962-7266.