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As university campuses grow, they often endanger archaeological value, both on campus and in bordering areas. To prevent this, a university needs a preservation plan that manages sites of historical significance for the benefit of the university and surrounding communities.
The development of State College is discussed in this article beginning with legislative changes in 1868. The institution focused on initiating agricultural and mechanical programs to compete with other schools in Raleigh.
The town of Chapel Hill and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have coexisted together for nearly two centuries. The university’s first long-range development plan in 60 years has been met with resistance from the community. An advisory committee made up of community and university leaders was formed to resolve any conflicts and address long-term development plans.