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CAROLINA ATHLETICS

CAMPAIGN PRIORITIES


CAMPAIGN PRIORITIES for THE RAMS CLUB

A CAMPAIGN FOR OUR UNIVERSITY Student-athletes are attracted to Carolina because of what our University represents – the opportunity to enjoy a collegiate experience athletically, academically and socially that will impact them for the rest of their lives. You give that gift of opportunity for the best student-athletes to attend the best university, to compete in the best facilities, and to play for the best coaches at the highest level of competition in all 28 of our varsity sports.

RAMS CLUB MEMBERS WILL BE A VITAL PART OF THE UNIVERSITY’S CAPITAL CAMPAIGN. AS PART OF THAT CAMPAIGN, THE RAMS CLUB SEEKS TO RAISE $400 MILLION IN SUPPORT OF CAROLINA STUDENT-ATHLETES.

GOAL – $150 MILLION 2


($150 MILLION)

ANNUAL FUND ($110 MILLION)

TEAM SUPPORT

The current Scholarship Endowment does not yield the full cost of projected annual scholarship costs. Increased endowed scholarship support is necessary to long-term success.

The Annual Fund currently contributes 40% of the annual scholarship expense. Expenses are rising, and Annual Fund growth will help meet increasing needs for student-athlete support.

The Sports Operating Endowments allow donors to help individual teams achieve the flexibility and autonomy they need to take

($50 MILLION)

advantage of unique opportunities in their sport.

FACILITIES

The best student-athletes deserve the best facilities in which to develop and train. In this campaign, facility improvements will take place that directly impact 19 of Carolina’s 28 sports – with new facilities for Football (Practice), both Soccer programs, both Lacrosse programs, all Track & Field programs and Field Hockey.

($90 MILLION)

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SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

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CAMPAIGN PRIORITY:

SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT GOAL – $150 MILLION

The cost of providing scholarship opportunities to Carolina student-athletes is growing at an unsustainable rate. The “Scholarship Gap”, created when the yield from the Scholarship Endowment does not cover the full cost of scholarships, is currently covered by Annual Fund gifts. Donors to the Scholarship Endowment can address the “Scholarship Gap” by helping build the Endowment, and solidifying the foundation of the Carolina athletic scholarship program. A strong scholarship program allows Carolina to attract the best student-athletes to Chapel Hill.

Donors to the Scholarship Endowment can put their name on a new scholarship (or honor someone of their choice) or add to an existing scholarship.

SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT DONORS HELP TACKLE THE GROWING SCHOLARSHIP GAP

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$26.0M

$17.9M

$14.5M GAP $7.4M GAP $0.6M GAP

$1.2M

ENDOWMENT YIELD

1980-81

2016-17

CAMPAIGN PRIORITIES – SCHOLARHSHIP ENDOWMENT

SCHOLARSHIP COST

2021-22 (projected)

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CAMPAIGN PRIORITY:

ANNUAL FUND GOAL – $110 MILLION

Scholarship costs for Carolina student-athletes have more than doubled in the last 10 years. The total cost for athletics scholarships in 2006-2007 was $7.9 million. In 2016-2017, that cost has reached $17.9 million. The Annual Fund – made up of Rams Club members’ annual gifts of $100 to $25,000 – has absorbed much of this significant increase. Annual giving must grow in this campaign to keep pace with this scholarship challenge as well as other funding needs for Carolina Athletics. A membership drive to grow Rams Club membership to 22,000 members and to elevate giving from all current members looks to help meet the financial challenges.

Donors to the Annual Fund have an immediate impact on Carolina student-athletes with their gifts, sustaining the athletics scholarship program and meeting many other critical needs of Carolina Athletics today.

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2006

2016

$1,524

$2,955

$6,423

IN-STATE TUITION

IN-STATE TUITION

IN-STATE TUITION

$9,050

$14,803

$28,205

OUT-OF-STATE TUITION

OUT-OF-STATE TUITION

OUT-OF-STATE TUITION

$4.2M

$8.0M

$14.6M

FOR 450 STUDENT-ATHLETE SCHOLARSHIPS

FOR 450 STUDENT-ATHLETE SCHOLARSHIPS

FOR 450 STUDENT-ATHLETE SCHOLARSHIPS

CAMPAIGN PRIORITIES – ANNUAL FUND

1996

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CAMPAIGN PRIORITY:

TEAM SUPPORT GOAL – $50 MILLION

Each sports program at Carolina has its own operating endowment. The yield from these endowments is made available to the coach to help meet specific needs not covered in the regular operating budget. While the overall campaign is focused on meeting the needs of all 28 teams, the Sports Operating Endowments allow donors to help individual sports programs to achieve the flexibility and autonomy they need to take advantage of unique opportunities in their sport.

Donors to Sports Operating Endowments provide coaches with the ability to make decisions that can affect their program in the near-term with their legacy gift.

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VARSITY SPORTS

800

STUDENT-ATHLETES

500

STUDENT-ATHLETES RECEIVE SCHOLARSHIP ASSISTANCE

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

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FACILITIES GOAL – $90 MILLION

Some of Carolina’s most storied programs look to take the next step in pursuit of championships with new facilities coming soon – and will do so in the heart of campus. In what will be adjacent facilities, Carolina Football will welcome a new, comprehensive practice facility for the program, while Women’s and Men’s Soccer join Women’s and Men’s Lacrosse in anticipation of a new Soccer & Lacrosse Stadium.

You can impact the success of these programs for decades to come, and help them take the next step in their pursuits of championships. The new facilities and facility improvements will directly impact 19 of Carolina’s 28 sports.

Donors to facility projects will provide outstanding facilities in which our student-athletes can prepare and compete. They also can place their name (or honoring someone of their choice) on numerous naming opportunities within each project.

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CAMPAIGN PRIORITIES – FACILITIES

FOOTBALL PRACTICE COMPLEX

SOCCER & LACROSSE STADIUM

FIELD HOCKEY STADIUM

TRACK & FIELD FACILITY 11


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IN THE

HEART OF CAMPUS The Football Practice Complex and the Soccer & Lacrosse Stadium will be built in the heart of central campus – utilizing the space currently occupied by Fetzer Field, the grass and turf practice fields at Navy Field, and Henry Stadium.

The Soccer & Lacrosse Stadium will be built on the current footprint of Fetzer Field. The Football indoor facility will connect with the south end of the stadium by a pedestrian walkway (providing a needed and attractive connection between the southeast side of campus and central campus), and will sit where the current grass practice field exists. The two new outdoor practice fields will run parallel to the indoor facility, providing ample field space to maximize game preparation and practice efficiency.

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RIDGE ROAD

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SAND TRAINING

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“We are the University of North Carolina, and it’s time we stepped up. This is a much-needed facility, and it’s so much more than simply a bad-weather option. It will help us continue to build a championship program.”” – Larry Fedora


ESTIMATED COST – $33.6 MILLION The Carolina Football Practice Complex will provide critically-needed practice facilities for

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CAROLINA FOOTBALL PRACTICE COMPLEX a program making great strides in the increasingly competitive world of college football.

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Soccer & Lacrosse Stadium stands and Indoor Practice Facility


CAMPAIGN PRIORITIES – FOOTBALL Field level view of Indoor Practice Facility

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18 Practice Field (turf)

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CAMPAIGN PRIORITIES – FOOTBALL Athletic Concourse and Training/Conditioning Ramp

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THE FOOTBALL PRACTICE COMPLEX WILL OFFER: Indoor facility with: • Full 120-yard field with synthetic turf • 75’ inside clearance for full special teams preparation • LED sport lighting • Netting system that will allow other varsity programs to use the facility

Connected training building that will include space for Sports Medicine, Strength & Conditioning, Football Equipment & Facilities 40-yard, 15-degree training ramp for Strength & Conditioning Two outdoor fields – one with synthetic turf and one with natural grass

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NAMING OPPORTUNITIES FOOTBALL PRACTICE COMPLEX

$10M

INDOOR PRACTICE FACILITY

$7.5M

ATHLETIC CONCOURSE

$3M

TRAINING BUILDING & OUTDOOR OBSERVATION PLATFORM

$2M

INDOOR PRACTICE FIELD

$2M

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FOOTBALL PRACTICE COMPLEX ESTIMATED COST: $33.6M

OUTDOOR PRACTICE FIELD (turf) $2M OUTDOOR PRACTICE FIELD (grass) $2M PILLARS (nine)

$1M EACH

TRAINING/CONDITIONING RAMP

$500K

INDOOR OBSERVATION PLATFORM

$500K

WEST ENTRYWAY (connected to Training /Conditioning Ramp) $500K EAST ENTRYWAY

$500K

SAND TRAINING FIELD

$500K

SPORTS MEDICINE AREA

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“31 of UNC’s 42 team national championships reside in the collective histories of the four teams the new stadium will serve. And serve it will, in the best possible way. Every former lacrosse and soccer player will be proud of what their achievements have built and every visiting recruit will see the commitment we have made to the future of their sport.” – Anson Dorrance


ESTIMATED COST – $28.4 MILLION The Carolina Soccer & Lacrosse Stadium will provide a state-of-the-art home for four programs that boast 31 National Championships among them. The stadium will bring fans closer to the field, and offer the programs the operational space they need to compete at a championship level.

CAMPAIGN PRIORITIES – SOCCER & LACROSSE STADIUM

SOCCER & LACROSSE STADIUM

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Soccer & Lacrosse Team Building

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CAMPAIGN PRIORITIES – SOCCER & LACROSSE STADIUM


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THE SOCCER & LACROSSE STADIUM WILL OFFER: Natural grass field State of the art LED Video board 4,200 individual seatbacks Concourses that connect the north and south sides of campus, as well as Stadium Drive New concessions and restrooms located in the stadium Museum/Hall of Honor space for all four sport programs Team building that includes offices, locker rooms, player lounges, nutrition areas, Sports Medicine/Athletic Training room, theater and meeting rooms

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NAMING OPPORTUNITIES STADIUM

$10M

PLAYING FIELD

$5M

TEAM BUILDING

$3M

COURTYARD $2.5M MEN’S SOCCER LOCKER ROOM

$1M

WOMEN’S SOCCER LOCKER ROOM

$1M

WOMEN’S LACROSSE LOCKER ROOM

$1M

MUSEUM

$1M

VIDEOBOARD

$1M

CAMPAIGN PRIORITIES – SOCCER & LACROSSE STADIUM

SOCCER & LACROSSE STADIUM ESTIMATED COST: $28.4M

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FIELD HOCKEY STADIUM ESTIMATED COST – $15 MILLION

The new stadium will be built on the current footprint of Ehringhaus Field. The facility will include a new team building with offices, a locker room, player lounge and other program support spaces. The new turf will provide the ideal surface for the sport.


CAMPAIGN PRIORITIES – FIELD HOCKEY Field Hockey Team Building & Plaza

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TRACK & FIELD FACILITY ESTIMATED COST – $15 MILLION

The Track & Field program will welcome a new facility on the current Finley Fields (on Mason Farm Road). This space will be dedicated for the program’s exclusive use, and will provide our student-athletes with the running surfaces and throwing fields to develop their performance at optimal times for them.


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