About Us

Baity Hill is a one of a kind community, and as a resident here you really are a part of the Baity Family! Our community is named after Herman Glenn Baity, former Dean of UNC School of Public Health and Chief Engineer for the World Health Organization. Dr. Baity built his family home on the top of the hill in 1940, and the Baity family donated the Baity House and adjoining land to the University in 1991 expressly to serve the needs of our graduate students and families. Click here to learn more about Dr. Baity. 

All full-time graduate students or graduate/undergraduate students with a family are welcome to live at the Baity Hill community.

Meet the Baity Hill Staff:

Caleb Waters
Assistant Director for Family Housing
Kellie McKnight
Baity Hill Property Manager
Profile pictures of the Package Center manager for Baity Hill.
Deon Alston
Baity Hill Package Center Lead
Fara Soheili
Customer Service Representative

Hours of Operation

Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm
Package Center Hours*: Monday through Friday 12pm to 6pm, Saturdays 10am - 2pm
* The Baity Hill Office and Package Center are closed on University Holidays.

About Carolina Housing

As the official on-campus student housing department at UNC-Chapel Hill, Carolina Housing works to provide convenient housing that is safe, inclusive and supportive. We strive for students to experience a welcoming home in our on-campus communities, build life-long friendships and develop skills for their current and future success as they journey through their Carolina experience.

Mission

Carolina Housing works to provide convenient housing that is safe, inclusive and supportive. We strive for students to experience a welcoming home in our on-campus communities, build life-long friendships and develop skills for their current and future success as they journey through their Carolina experience.

Values

Inclusivity
In order to develop the potential of every individual in our community, we provide programs, spaces, and experiences that promote a sense of belonging, adaptability, and understanding of difference. We seek to respond to student needs regardless of their background and identities.

Safety
We aim to maintain residential facilities that are safe and secure. We educate students through programs which promote students to live safely and promote emotional well-being.

Support
With care and compassion, we place students at the center of our work and engage them in educational activities, roles, and relationships that support success and foster growth.

Quality
We take innovative approaches to balancing our tradition with progressiveness and providing comfortable living and learning environments and interactions. We strive to be efficient and effective users of resources.
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