Carmen Huffman was recently named one of the premiere teachers in the UNC system in recognition of her superior ability to teach some of the more difficult chemistry courses on campus.Read Story
WCU recently renewed an agreement with Cherokee tribes, continuing its commitment to the academic study of Cherokee language, history and culture. The Cherokee Studies Program is among the related initiatives.Read Story
The College of Arts and Sciences provides students with a liberal arts foundation where they are taught to think critically, grow academically, and communicate effectively. We prepare our students to be intellectually, socially, culturally, and professionally engaged citizens and leaders who contribute to and promote the sustainability of local and global communities.
The College of Arts and Sciences English, History, Philosophy and Religion and World Languages departments connect students with literature and world cultures and help them to think critically about human experience.Learn More
WCU's departments of Biology, Chemistry, Geosciences and Natural Resources and Math and Computer Science prepare students to push the boundaries of knowledge through research, innovation, and rigorous experimentation.LEARN More
The college’s Social Sciences departments including Anthropology and Sociology, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Communication, and Political Science and Public Affairs provide students with a deeper understanding of a rapidly changing world.Learn More