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Catawba to Career (C2C)
Career awareness is the focus of Catawba College's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP). The topic of career awareness is one that meets many aspects of not just what is going on in higher education today, but is also closely aligned with Catawba's mission: that through our value of "providing an education rich in personal attention," we seek to do so by blending 'the knowledge and competencies of liberal studies with career preparation."
First-Year Experience
This unique program was established to provide new Catawba students with not only basic survival skills for college life, but enriching experiences to shape their future as well. First-time freshmen are required to take the First-Year Seminar, which focuses on the rigorous study of a selected topic and the development of essential study and research skills.
The Honors Program cultivates a community of academically gifted students who pursue challenging educational experiences with outstanding faculty. Through interdisciplinary, provocative, and intellectually demanding courses, the Honors Program piques the curiosity of students, encouraging them to become life-long learners whose lives are enriched by their experiences.
Orientation information for new, transferring and re-entering students and their parents to prepare for arrival on campus. Resources about technology on campus, housing, mail, health services, dining, and much more!
Sustainable Catawba
The commitment to sustainability is strong on the Catawba College campus. Sustainable Catawba is the on-campus collaboration between student groups, organizations, and academic and operational departments, which is key to maintaining sustainability on campus.
Volunteer Catawba
Volunteer Catawba coordinates the collective, collaborative volunteer effort of the college community. Many faculty members work with Volunteer Catawba to incorporate service-learning opportunities into curriculum. Individuals — as well as entire classes, athletic teams, and clubs — participate in rewarding service projects, mission trips, and more.