Skip to main content
Login to CatLink
Future Students

Apply online or check the status of your Admissions application:

Admission Portal

College News

Brien Lewis Appointed as New President at Transylvania University

January 21, 2020

Category: Staff

Brien Lewis, who will step down as Catawba's twenty-third president at the end of the 2019-2020 academic year, has been appointed to serve as the 27th President of Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky beginning July 1st.  Lewis shared the following announcement with the campus community…

Catawba to Host Community Reading of Shakespeare's The Tempest

January 10, 2020

Categories: Academics, English, Events

Catawba College will offer one final play, Shakespeare's The Tempest, in its series of annual community readings. One act will be read each Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.m.  from January 28 through February 25, with March 3 as a possible snow date. Dr. Bethany Sinnott, retired Catawba Shakespeare…

$3 Million Gift Funds Catawba College Scholarships in 2020 in Three Areas

January 2, 2020

Categories: Academics, Catawba Impact, Environmental Science, Gifts, History, Religion & Philosophy, Students, Teacher Education

Catawba College has received $3 million for additional scholarships for students who enroll in the 2020 fall semester and plan to major in either of these three areas of study: the humanities, the environment and sustainability (ENV), or education. The gift, from Fred and Alice Stanback of…

Catawba Students Learn to "Put It All Together" during Mountain Retreat

November 25, 2019

Categories: Academics, Events, Students

Students in Dr. Ken Clapp’s “Putting it all together for a great college experience and a life well-lived” First-Year Seminar (FYS) traveled to Jonas Ridge, N.C. (near Linville) for a class retreat away from campus in the beautiful North Carolina mountains.  Dr. Clapp noted that the retreat was…

Catawba College Students Learn about Social Justice Efforts Thanks to "Poor People's Campaign"

November 22, 2019

Categories: Academics, Events, Students

Professors Andi Cantrell and Kim Porter took their First-Year Seminar classes to the Poor People’s Campaign in Salisbury.  Both seminars have a focus on social justice issues such as poverty, racism, sexism, and environmental justice. The outing provided a unique opportunity for students to witness…