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April 1, 2014 |

GI Jobs magazine has named UNC Pembroke to its list of “Military Friendly” schools for 2014.

The designation puts UNCP in the top 15 percent of all colleges, universities and trade schools nationwide. GI Jobs list, which it has published annually for the past five years, is the gold standard for schools who would serve veterans, active duty servicemen and women and their families.

April 1, 2014 |

Twenty-two UNC Pembroke students were awarded Arrowhead 1887 Scholarships in fall semester 2013. The scholarship, worth $1,887 each, was created to honor the university’s founding during the 125th anniversary celebrations.

Arrowhead Scholarship Logo

April 1, 2014 |

Don Metzger, a Lumberton city councilman and former building contractor, attended his first Board of Trustees meeting at UNC Pembroke on September 20.

April 1, 2014 |

American Indian activist and scholar Winona LaDuke brought her message of sustainable, traditional food to an audience in UNC Pembroke’s Regional Center on September 19.

LaDuke spoke during the annual conference of American Indian Women of Proud Nations. Her appearance was sponsored by UNCP’s Native American Speaker Series and the Office of Academic Affairs.

April 1, 2014 |

UNC Pembroke has received notice that a $932,000 federal grant was approved by the U.S. Commerce Department’s Economic Development Administration to create a small business development project in downtown Pembroke.

The grant, when combined with a $200,000 grant from the Golden Leaf Foundation and $210,000 raised from private contributions, will purchase and renovate a 16,800 square-foot storefront building at 202 Main Street in downtown Pembroke to serve as a business incubator.

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