After helping Jackson County Department of Public Health clear its backlog of individuals waiting for the COVID-19 vaccine, WCU’s vaccine clinic is now serving the Western North Carolina region.
For the first time in its 73-year history, the student-run radio station at WCU is silent. But not for long.
The Board of Trustees of WCU will hold its quarterly meeting at 9:30 a.m. Friday, March 5, on center stage in the performance hall of the Bardo Arts Center.
WCU’s Police Department recently instituted a standing advisory committee to help officers better understand and serve the community.
College of Business students Sophia Spangler and Kristen Revis are advancing to the national finals in a financial planning competition held by the International Association of Registered Financial Consultants.
When Jayne Zanglein came back from an excursion with WCU students to China a few years ago, she had the usual memorable and fun experiences and an idea.
With freezers now on campus, staff in place, and volunteers on the way, WCU is in the final stages of preparations to open a COVID-19 vaccine clinic.
As a professor of communication sciences and disorders at WCU, Billy Ogletree has special insight into and experience with speech and language.
Amid the pandemic and a recession, total enrollment at WCU has dipped only slightly for the 2021 spring semester, while the number of graduate students enrolled moderately increased over previous years.