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November 17, 2017 |

The unveiling of the new University Mace at UNC Pembroke evoked feelings of pride for many who attended a dedication ceremony on Friday.

“It was very moving and humbling,” said Anthony Dial, who attended with his wife, Rhonda, and extended family. “It was very emotional.” 

Hundreds of people turned out for the unveiling inside the University Center Annex. The event was momentous as more than two dozen attendees were descendants of the university’s founding fathers.

November 17, 2017 |

The global food service giant Sodexo is investing $1 million toward construction of a new multi-million dollar facility that will house UNC Pembroke’s School of Business.

Chancellor Robin Gary Cummings made the announcement this week. The money will be used to establish an eatery inside the new building. 

“As a world leader in its industry, Sodexo knows how to spot a good opportunity,” Cummings said.

“We are pleased they recognize the value of investing in UNC Pembroke and

November 10, 2017 |

UNC Pembroke has commissioned a new University Mace which celebrates the university’s heritage, mission, and its deep-rooted ties to southeastern North Carolina.

The four-foot staff was carved from wood sourced from the Lumber River basin. Depictions of the university seal, tobacco leaves, pine needle basket weave and pinecone patchwork designs surround the mace.

November 10, 2017 |

Beginning fall 2018, North Carolina residents can earn a degree at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke for $500 in tuition per semester, thanks to NC Promise.

NC Promise begins Fall 2018Out-of-state students would pay $2,500 in tuition per semester. The new tuition plan is one component of the state legislature’s college affordability program.

November 10, 2017 |

Forty six UNC Pembroke students spent Saturday, November 4 picking up trash along roads surrounding the university.

The students gathered 26 bags of trash and completed nearly 100 service hours, according to Dalton Hoffer, assistant director for Student Engagement. The cleanup initiative was led by the UNCP Serve Board to improve the environment and show pride for the community.

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