There is nothing quite like the beginning of a new school year when campus is abuzz with Catamounts.
Mountain Heritage Day always combines the best of downhome gatherings, sing-alongs and the county fair into one daylong festival.
The Dixon Hughes Goodman Accountancy Program at WCU recently achieved a major milestone with its namesake benefactor.
Students helped christen the state-of-the-art Apodaca Science Building, which opened its doors Aug. 23. The $110.5 million building replaced the outdated Natural Science Building.
Applications are now being accepted for a new Doctor of Nursing Practice Program that will prepare nurses as family nurse practitioners.
This weekend we welcomed back our catamount family to Cullowhee. Among those students were the freshman class of 2025 who spent the weekend embracing their new home.
Our campus has been quiet all summer without all of our Catamounts around. We're excited to welcome faculty, staff, and students back for the Fall semester!
If you had to choose one word to describe the strength that WCU faculty, staff and students harnessed during the last academic year to navigate through a historic pandemic, it would be resiliency.
Kae Livsey, an associate professor in the School of Nursing, is the recipient of a $10,000 prize award from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to help improve pediatric care in Haywood County.