who will be in the United States the summer before the fall semester begins
often find it beneficial to enroll in a summer or late spring English program.
These students usually find it easier to approach law texts and lectures with
their strengthened language skills. There are many English language programs in
the US at any given time – here are a few in which our students have participated:
For those interested in On-Campus Housing,
please check out UNC Housing’s page for Future
Graduate Students (disregard the link for International Students—this is
only for exchange students). On-Campus apartment housing is gender-separated and you will live with other graduate students. These apartments are a short walk from the law school as well as dining halls and Ram's Head Recreation Center.
Floorplans and pricing information for this option can be found at the Baity Hill Community page. This option allows married couples or students with children to live on campus in a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment option. You would be renting the entire apartment at the prices listed in this situation.
Students can find more information about off-campus housing at the UNC Housing website. The UNC Housing Office has a staff person that can assist you in locating information. You may contact Heather Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. The Daily Tar Heel (UNC’s student-run newspaper) also maintains Carolina’s Finest guide to off-campus housing.
Turkish students or students wishing to learn more about Turkey may be interested in Carolina Turkish House.