A team of four WCU undergraduate students competed virtually Wednesday, April 19, in the finals of the international Chartered Institute of Building Global Student Challenge design competition.
The College of Business is rolling out a new effort that is designed to give members of the university community and external partners insight into the impact that faculty members are having outside the classroom.
The inaugural all-in day of giving to benefit multiple areas of WCU proved to be one day to remember as 1,128 donors made gifts and pledges totaling $316,337, blowing past an original goal of 800 donors.
WCU’s new Student Government Association president CJ Mitchell, a rising senior from Charlotte, was sworn in as a WCU Board of Trustees member for 2023-2024 academic year.
Western Carolina University’s Communications and Marketing team has received 11 awards from the Hermes Creative Awards. The international competition is one of the oldest and largest creative competitions in the world.
Artley Porterfield is a storyteller from Jonesborough, Tennessee. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in entrepreneurship from WCU and now works as a cast member at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
The Inclusive Higher Education Accreditation Council recently announced WCU would be its first campus site visit for possible inclusive postsecondary education accreditation for the UP Program.
On Thursday, March 30, and Friday, March 31, WCU hosted the 2023 Cherokee Language Summit in the Hinds University Center.
When WCU registrar Larry Hammer began working a garden plot with his family in the Cullowhee Community Garden, he realized that the water delivery system was not working like it needed to.