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UNC Ranks No. 38 on Forbes' 2013 list of America's Top Colleges


Established in 1789, UNC-Chapel Hill is one of the three oldest universities in the country, the second largest university in the state, and one of the original eight Public Ivy schools. UNC-Chapel Hill students, alumni and athletic teams are known collectively as the Tar Heels, and have garnered more than 40 NCAA championship titles in six different sports. (Forbes)

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