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New Professional Accounting Concentration Offered in Catawba’s Evening Degree Program

March 6, 2015
Category: Academics, Business & Economics, Evening & Graduate
Catawba College’s School of Evening and Graduate Studies has launched a new academic concentration, Professional Accounting, in its Bachelor of Business Administration degree. This particular degree requires an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Accounting from a North Carolina…
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Catawba Students Say There's No Place Like Home Except the Beach for Spring Break

March 5, 2015
Category: Events, Students
Catawba students say the beach is the BEST place to go for Spring Break. The next best place? Catawba students say there's no place like home as the second best place to be during Spring Break. Where are Catawba students going for Spring Break? What is the best place to go for Spring…
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Six Female Student Athletes Recognized

March 5, 2015
Category: Academics, Athletics, Events, Students
L-R: Houser, Fesperman, Kessler, Parker, Kennedy, and Hedgepeth Six of Catawba College's female student athletes were recognized Wednesday, Feb. 25, during halftime of the men's basketball game by Catawba's Department of Sport & Health Sciences to commemorate National Girls and Women…
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Catawba’s Jim Gantt Inducted into N.C. American Legion 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame

March 3, 2015
Category: Athletics, Events, Staff
Catawba College’s Head Baseball Coach Jim Gantt ’89 was honored by the N.C. American Legion on March 1st when he was one of four men inducted into that organization’s 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame. Gantt serves as head coach of the Post 342’s team and is a former Legion ball player. The induction…
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Community Forum: Urbanization and Migration in North Carolina

March 3, 2015
Category: Events
North Carolina is experiencing profound demographic changes: our state’s growing population is increasingly diverse, we face looming impacts of population age, and there are widening disparities between urban and rural counties. These changes impact everything from school enrollment and voting…
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