Digital and Lifelong Learning

UNC–Chapel Hill Digital and Lifelong Learning (DLL) is the University's arm for extending credit and non-credit instruction to North Carolinians who wish to further their education in non-traditional ways. DLL includes, and extends beyond, the programming previously offered by the Friday Center for Continuing Education.

Services provided by DLL include:

  • Advising and student services for non-degree undergraduate and graduate students
  • Advising and student services for dual-enrolled high school students
  • Exam proctoring for students enrolled in distance courses
  • Administration of Summer School

Courses and programs (for-credit) offered by DLL include:

  • The Pre-Health Certificate Program, which helps students who have earned an undergraduate degree prepare for advanced study in the health professions.
  • The Correctional Education Program, a partnership with the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, which enables qualified inmates in the North Carolina prison system to take correspondence and on-site courses for college credit.
  • Summer School

Digital and Lifelong Learning

Visit Program Website

100 Friday Center Drive, CB# 1020

(919) 962-3000

Vice Provost for Digital and Lifelong Learning

Todd Nicolet