New students said goodbye to their families and began a canoe trip that covered over fifty miles on the French Broad river. The trip, led by Outdoor Leadership major Maggie Mae Farthing ‘14, created a close-knit group and mentally prepared the new students for their upcoming orientation.
The WWC Old-Time Stringband (aka The Cider Gang) recently performed at Shindig on the Green in Asheville. Check out their performance.
In spring 2013 Maggie Mae Farthing ’14 took the Program Planning and Design course with outdoor leadership professor Marty O’Keefe and developed what would become “Class I: Pre-Orientation Program.” The program Farthing organized was a canoe trip down the French Broad River for incoming first year students.
Poets & Writers Magazine ranks WWC’s MFA program most popular nationwide among low-residency programs.
Even with the demands of academics, work and service, WWC students have many campus activities to choose from.
WWC’s Social Work Program will host its fifth annual Master of Social Work Program Fair Monday, Oct. 7.