The 2014 Involvement Fair brought out 19 Greek organizations, 28 student clubs, 22 community partners and many students who were shopping for engagement of all types.
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The newest Esther G. Maynor Scholar is from Gaston County and has family roots in Pembroke. Family history played a role in her decision to attend UNCP.
UNC Pembroke’s Moore Hall Auditorium has been a haven for great music for more than 60 years. The renovated concert hall was reopened and celebrated on August 26.
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The opening of fall is the perfect time to report on the state of the university….and that is my purpose today. It is a time when we can look back on what we’ve accomplished and evaluate ourselves against those achievements and ask whether we are prepared for future challenges. It is a time when we can inform the campus about our plans for the coming year. So, today I am going to report on “the state of the university” framed around our strategic goals and indicate what we plan to do this year
There is more than one side to the opportunities that a university represents for prospective students. Dr. Richard Cosentino wanted to show area high school students a bigger picture, so he launched the Future Business Leaders Program in which 25 students a month come for career conversations and tours.
“These kids live here and drive past this university but never realize what it takes to run it,” said the vice chancellor for the Office of Finance and