225 years of Tar Heels: Sallie Walker Stockard
Wed Jan 30, 2019
Over 11,000 female undergraduate students attend North Carolina. But when Sallie Walker Stockard entered the university in 1897, she was one of only five studying at UNC. 1898, she became the first woman to graduate from the University. Back then, the University trustees required that women who enrolled at Carolina had to have completed college elsewhere first.
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