Seven members of the Western Carolina University student body have been chosen to serve as Diversity Student Ambassadors and will focus on peer education around diversity and inclusion by developing and assisting with programs directed at all communities on campus.
The Western Carolina University Board of Trustees designated three existing surface parking lots as sites for possible future parking structures in preparation for an anticipated increase in student enrollment in the years ahead.
Western Carolina University will officially launch the public phase of its comprehensive “Lead the Way” fundraising campaign with a kickoff event Thursday, March 1, beginning at 5 p.m. at A.K. Hinds University Center.
With the arrival of Western Carolina University’s spring break week, some students will seek out warm and sandy locations or return to their hometowns for family visits, but others will be heading out on ventures to provide much-needed services for a variety of organizations and to expand their personal limits.
The University Participant Program at Western Carolina University is completing a decade of helping college-age individuals with intellectual disabilities transition into a more engaged and independent way of living, and those involved in the program are organizing an April fundraising event to mark that milestone.