What time will you be able to see the solar eclipse? Check where your campus is in the path and see when the eclipse will pass over.
Above, photo by Marios Papadakis for the Associated Press.
Western Carolina University is so lucky.
Come Aug. 21, the university will be in the path of the total solar eclipse — the only one of the UNC-system schools to experience the full eclipse (also known as totality).
Don’t worry, though — the other 15 campuses will see a partial eclipse.
Set an alarm for 2:35ish on Aug. 21, and check this graphic from UNC-Asheville to see when the eclipse will pass over your school.