The event provides an opportunity to tour the campus, learn about WCU's award-winning academic programs, and find out the important details of topics such as financial aid.
Hannah Sink, a senior from Kernersville majoring in communication sciences and disorders, and Jonah Weston, a junior from Raleigh majoring in communication, are the university's new Homecoming queen and king.
The WCU African-American Alumni Society will host several events surrounding Homecoming, including its first general meeting Saturday, Nov. 6, in the Hospitality Room of Ramsey Regional Activity Center during a post-game reception from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The 2018 State Employees Combined Campaign at WCU is moving through its final days, and additional donations are being sought from faculty and staff to help meet this year’s goal of $32,000.
The First-Generation College Celebration on Thursday, Nov. 8, will feature a keynote address by English professor Brian Railsback and a panel discussion with first-generation students, faculty and staff.
A homage to the art of theatre, the comedic story is told in three acts – dress rehearsal, the opening performance and a performance at the end of a disastrous run of a production bound for Broadway.
Faculty from the School of Music and history and English departments are joining forces to present the event Friday, Nov. 9.
Ever wonder what happens to all of the materials from the buildings that have been recently torn down or renovated on WCU’s Cullowhee campus?
The court will be presented and winners announced during halftime activities at WCU’s home football game against the Citadel.