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The Rowan-Davie County Catawba Commitment.



First-Year Students from Rowan and Davie County wishing to live on campus will be able to apply and be accepted into the Woodson Scholars Program (funding provided by the Woodson Foundation) to receive additional scholarship towards room and board – up to $500 a year, renewable for four years, applicants will need to apply by January 15th each year.

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Students from Davidson County Community College and Rowan-Cabarrus Community College will be able to attend all home Catawba College athletic events with their current College student ID for no charge (unless our students would also be charged such as conference and NCAA tournaments). 

Athletic Events



Students from Davidson County Community College and Rowan-Cabarrus Community College enrolled full-time can take one class from Catawba tuition free

Class Openings

Qualified high school juniors and seniors in Rowan and Davie County are afforded an opportunity to pursue courses at Catawba College while still in high school. Credit earned in this program will be counted toward hours needed for graduation at Catawba. Acceptance of these credits by other institutions is at the discretion of those officials. A written recommendation from the guidance counselor with an official high school transcript of all high school academic work to date, as well as at least one set of standardized test scores (either SAT, ACT, PSAT or PLAN) are required of these candidates. Those admitted into this program can take one course tuition-free each fall and spring (not to exceed four tuition-free courses in total). Students may exceed one course per semester at their expense, and Joint Enrollment registration is subject to availability.

Admissions Information

The Unanue Scholars Program invites Latinas in Rowan County in the 11th grade to take a tuition-free college course that will allow them to explore—in the comforting context of an all-female class—their own culture while receiving instruction in academic skills crucial for college. Students are paired with well-trained mentors chosen from Catawba’s Latina population. Through group meals and field trips designed to advance social capital, the mentors will serve as role models and offer advice on the realities of campus life.

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