At the College of Arts and Sciences, our top priority is making sure you’re ready for a career where you can flourish. So we’ve created an environment where you can explore the interests and vocations that suit your talents and passions, and gain the skills to stand out in your field. Learning experiences like research, internships and study abroad give you practical experience, while interdisciplinary study expands your perspective and makes you an expert problem-solver. All this with personal attention and support from faculty mentors. When you graduate, you’ll have the credentials that attract attention, the ability to find success and the confidence to pursue the path that’s perfect for you.
On Friday, Sept. 8, WCU’s Public Policy Institute was renamed the Phil and Connie Haire Institute for Public Policy to recognize the couple’s service in community, education and state roles.
Lisa Briggs, WCU’s Emergency and Disaster Management program director and facilitator of the HRD K-9 training programs, was recently interviewed by CNN regarding the Maui fires.