On September 2, 2022, Western Carolina University celebrated the official opening of Black Rock, Shining Rock, and Water Rock halls.
Jacob Padillo wasn't sure if he'd be able to continue his education at WCU after his first semester, but after seeking help from faculty and staff, he soon found himself thriving as an education student.
Antonia Kincaid came to WCU thinking she had it figured out, but quickly realized that her passion for teaching would bring her to the classroom as a student teaching intern.
See what our loveable mascot Paws is getting into this year to spread the holiday spirit around Cullowhee!
Starting off the season with the Holidays on the Plaza on the campus of Western Carolina University. We'll be joined by folks from across campus to celebrate all the ways our community celebrates the holidays and ending with our first-ever lighting of the Alumni Tower!
Five mounded graves, the occupants unknown other than their status as enslaved people. Blair Tormey, a geologist with the Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines at Western Carolina University, adjusted his ballcap and quickly assembled a ground penetrating radar unit, looking much like a robotic lawn mower, before pushing it up the hillside. The destination, an almost forgotten cemetery, is a long way from any coastal beachfront or tidal basin where he might otherwise be working on a day like today.
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!
WCU's 2020 Holiday Card, from the "streets" of Cullowhee, sending warmest wishes from Catamount County.