campus wide alert

College News

New, Local, One-Act Play in "Voices from the Margin" Series Has Catawba Connections

November 9, 2015
Category: Alumni, English, Events, Theatre Arts
Lee Street theatre and The Covenant Community Connection are proud to present the one-act play, What Do They Need?: Monologues by Principals, Teachers, and Students from Rowan-Salisbury Schools, as part of the Voices from the Margin series. Voices from the Margin was created to offer audiences a…
Read More

Students Will Be the Focus of Catawba's 28th Annual Service of Lessons & Carols

November 6, 2015
Category: Events, Music, Students
"O Babe So Small," an original song written and composed by a Catawba College student, will be among the selections offered during the College's 28th annual Service of Lessons and Carols. Members of the Salisbury-Rowan and college community are invited to attend the Service in the beautifully…
Read More

Catawba Students Read Poetry

November 6, 2015
Category: Academics, English, Events, Students
 Catawba students showcased their poetry at the Literary Bookpost. (Photo: Gordon Grant) By Anna Beth Carter '16 Some members of the Salisbury community recently heard Catawba College student Christopher Soulies read from his poem, "Untitled." "When the moonbeams pierce the transom we'll…
Read More

Catawba’s School of Evening and Graduate Studies Announces New Scholarship Program

November 4, 2015
Category: Academics, Evening & Graduate, Students
Catawba College's School of Evening and Graduate Studies announces the creation of its first-ever scholarship program. The Transfer Excellence Awards recognize outstanding transfer students who wish to earn their bachelor's degree from Catawba College. These awards are designed to provide financial…
Read More

Rowan County Early College Students Meet Ralph Ketner

November 4, 2015
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Staff
 Ketner spoke to RCEC students "Learn! Never stop learning. When you think you are done learning, learn some more," Food Lion Co-Founder Ralph W. Ketner told students enrolled in Rowan County Early College (RCEC) in late October. The 95-year-old grocery legend accepted an invitation to…
Read More