Nia Blackwell was quiet, shy in high school. She knew she needed to get out her shell, make friends and connect with community when she came to WCU.
WCU will host a FAFSA Day on Saturday, Jan. 27, from 9 a.m. to noon in the WCU Financial Aid Office, located in room 105 of the Cordelia Camp Building.
The Center for Career and Professional Development recently took a group of 30 students from various majors to SEW Eurodrive in the upstate region of South Carolina.
WCU’s Martin Luther King Jr. monthlong celebration will begin Monday, Jan. 15, with its annual Unity March.
Clayton Bardall, a graduate student in WCU’s Engineering Technology program and tight end on the football team, recently combined his both passions on a project that will have a major impact on athletes for generations to come.
WCU provides fire investigation training courses for the ATF as well as other law enforcement agencies.
Students, faculty and alumni from the School of Nursing offered a series of outreach events providing holistic nursing assessment and care coordination, navigation and education at sites across WNC over the summer.
Seventeen WCU students participated in an eight-day international learning experience for conditionally admitted students who successfully completed the Academic Success Program, thanks to support from the Fund for WCU.
A dozen scholarship recipients recently found themselves in the spotlight as they presented examples of their scholarly and creative work to the donors who help make those endeavors possible through their philanthropy.