The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Graduate Sport Administration program will host an open house on November 7th to promote the program and associated opportunities.

The session will take place at 7:00 p.m. on November 7th in Woollen 304 (or online via Google Hangout) where interested students will have the opportunity to learn about the program and interact with faculty and current and former students.

The focus of the evening will be to promote the various aspects of the UNC Graduate Sport Administration program by highlighting the unique experiences. Topics include alumni mentorship, financial support, the UNC athletics internship, innovative coursework, and other key areas of interest to applicants.

The event will feature three segments: an informational panel session where the program’s key elements are discussed; Q&A for students to ask questions that may have gone unanswered; and reception for students to network with faculty, students and alumni.

For those that are not able to attend on campus, the session will be broadcasted live via Google Hangout. These individuals will receive additional instruction for participation upon registration.

Those interested in attending or who would like more information should contact Brett Botta at

UNC Sport Administration Graduate Program
The UNC Sport Administration Graduate Program, founded in the fall of 1982, is designed to develop students into leaders that have a strong understanding of the key issues in college athletics. By blending the theoretical and practical elements of learning, the goal is to produce individual who will make a positive change on the sport industry.

EXSS Innovation Squad
The Innovation Squad, housed in the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences at the University of North Carolina, is a group of highly motivated faculty and students passionate about investing in creative brand building initiatives. The squad currently has branches that focus on the following marketing areas: graphic design, social media, video production, website development, and strategic vision.



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