Older buildings at UNC are often difficult for disabled people to enter

By Jackson Lanier

Caldwell Hall is one of the least accessible building for disabled students, with no way for them to access classrooms on the second floor. (Jackson Lanier / Carolina Connection).

UNC-Chapel Hill prides itself on being the nation’s oldest public university. However, with that age comes the burden of old buildings. Many of Carolina’s oldest buildings lack accessibility for people with disabilities. While the university says it’s working to update some of the buildings, students say improvements aren’t happening quickly enough. 

Jackson Lanier reports.

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