Seven arrests were made in connection with a rally at McCorkle Place, the press office of the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill said.
"There were three arrests for assault, the fourth for property destruction, and the fifth for resisting an officer The sixth arrest was for assault, destruction of property, and incitement to riot We await information about the seventh charge Arrest." The school said.
The rival rallies came after 250 protesters overturned the controversial statue "Silent Sam" Confederate of the University of North Carolina at school on Monday night.
On Saturday, people gathered at and near the site The police were in place when people held banners, chanted and marched Confederate flags could be seen.
Citing the volatile mood on campus, the University of North Carolina on Friday called on people not to attend the event.
"For this reason, we urge you not to attend, and for those who attend, you should know that we will do our utmost to protect and protect all."
The school also said that she has learned that students and others in the course of the subversion of the statue. It did not elaborate on the nature of the threats.
The University said it is working with Chapel Hill officials and law enforcement agencies. He said roads could be closed and traffic diverted.
Three people were charged with offenses related to the statue's overthrow.
People were not arrested and not identified by member organizations.
Thom Goolsby, a member of the UNC Board of Governors, said on Twitter that "Silent Sam" will be reinstalled in three months "
The statue is the latest among several Confederate monuments to be removed as communities continue to deal with the legacy of a controversial chapter in American history.