Perseverance is the motto of Martin Tanaka, professor in the College of Engineering and Technology, and his students when sharing the journey to get an engineering honor society to install a new chapter at WCU.
WCU is continuing its leadership role in making a positive impact on the region by posting strong increases in the number of new and transfer students in Cullowhee.
When WCU officials held a ribbon-cutting event to officially open “The Rocks” freshman residence halls on Friday, Sept. 2, it was more than just a ceremonial gathering.
In a Design for Health Initiative, students and professors from five academic disciplines are exploring how the built environment affects quality of life for older adults living in poverty in Jackson County, and ways it can be improved.
A paid summer internship program pairs students with local nonprofits and community organizations in a partnership that helps each of them succeed and benefits the community at large.
Jacquelyn D. Hallum has been chosen as keynote speaker for the New Student Convocation.
Students that frequent Brown Hall will have two new options for their eating pleasure this fall. A new restaurant is also opening in Noble Hall.
Five nursing students, one faculty member and two alumni assist Great Faith Vision, a national Christian mission group, in operating a pop-up medical clinic, which for the time being will offer free vision care for young and old.
The Pride of the Mountains Marching Band will perform in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Ireland on March 17, 2024.