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Catawba Cited among Nation’s Colleges That Deliver the “Best Bang for the Buck”

September 16, 2016
Category: Academics, Alumni, Students
Among 256 colleges and universities in the Southeast that deliver the “Best Bang for the Buck,” Catawba College ranks 84th, according to the 2016 Washington Monthly College Guide.  This publication’s methodology claims to determine which of the nation’s colleges are “doing the best job of helping…
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Two Catawba Music Students Release Debut Single

September 16, 2016
Category: Academics, Events, Music, Students
A new debut single, “Hate That I Love You,” released Sept. 2 features the work of two Catawba College students, both seniors. Darryl Bell of Shelby is the solo artist on the single, while Chris Averill of Bessemer City is the producer and the musician behind the scenes. Chris Averill is a senior…
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Catawba to Host Information Sessions for ITT Students

September 15, 2016
Category: Academics, Evening & Graduate, Students
Catawba College has announced the first two of four information sessions to help students affected by the nationwide closure of the for-profit ITT Technical Institute. As a regionally accredited, non-profit, four-year college, Catawba College is committed to serving a broad range of students. This…
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Catawba College Catapults Ahead in 2017 U.S. News Best Colleges Rankings

September 13, 2016
Category: Academics, Alumni, Students
Catawba College moved up 11 positions to the number 4 slot among Best Regional Colleges in the South in the 2017 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings.  A perennial climber on this prestigious list, Catawba's recent jump from 15th in 2016 to 4th in 2017 among Best Regional Colleges in…
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Catawba Theatre Arts Offer Two Inventive, Quirky Plays

September 13, 2016
Category: Academics, Events, Students, Theatre Arts
 Prentice Clark in "How I Learned to Drive" Catawba Theatre Arts kicks off its 2016-2017 season with productions of How I Learned to Drive and Exit the King presented by the Blue Masque in repertory format. How I Learned to Drive by Paula Vogel directed by Katelyn Long '17 of Lenoir and Exit…
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