FABRICation, an exhibit of textile art, went on display at UNC Pembroke’s A.D. Gallery on September 22 and will run through October 31. The opening reception and gallery talk by artist Virginia Derryberry will be held on Monday, October 6, 3 – 4:30 p.m.
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International study is “very doable,” Madison Wilcox explained to fellow students during the recent Study Abroad Fair at UNC Pembroke.
“You can enroll in two-week programs or go for a full semester,” Wilcox said. “A lot of students think is not affordable, but you pay regular (UNCP) tuition for most of them, and there are some scholarships available.”
The choices available for study abroad have never been more diverse, said Laura Dobson, study abroad coordinator for the Office of
Freshman enrollment and total enrollment at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke showed gains in the fall semester, according to an announcement by Chancellor Kyle R. Carter.
More than 100 UNC Pembroke students arrived at 8:30 a.m. on a damp Saturday morning to participate in the annual 9/11 Day of Service.
Although the humidity was oppressive, the rain held off as students planted oak trees and worked in the Campus Garden. Christie Poteet, interim director of the Office of Community and Civic Engagement, was visibly pleased.
When he learned that the most popular college rating service called out his online Master of Public Administration (MPA) program as one of the three most affordable in the nation, Dr. Michael Pennington felt a little shortchanged.