If you are certain that Warren Wilson is the right place for you, you should consider applying for Early Decision.
Warmest birthday wishes are extended to Selma Burns, a loyal friend of Warren Wilson, who was born Oct. 12, 1913.
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.
Thanks to all the veterans on campus and around the world for your service to our country. We join the rest of the nation on Veterans Day in remembering the sacrifices of America’s 25 million veterans and expressing our appreciation for your service. On Nov. 11 federal post offices and the WWC post office station [...]
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.
In 2009, Christian Diaz left his home in Chicago, Ill., for Warren Wilson College and a setting drastically different from the urban environment in which he was raised. Diaz, who was born in Mexico and grew up in racially segregated Chicago, credits his time at Warren Wilson as a stark contrast to his upbringing. In [...]
WWC’s Social Work Program will host its fifth annual Master of Social Work Program Fair Monday, Oct. 7.
The school year has begun at Warren Wilson College, with a freshman class that brings a wealth of diverse experiences to our campus in the Swannanoa Valley. On August 20, parents, students, staff and faculty helped the new class settle into the residence halls and get to know the campus.
Enrique Timas scored two goals to spark the Owl men’s soccer team to its first win of the 2013 season.
More than 370 Warren Wilson students, faculty and staff worked at 21 sites Aug. 23 on the College’s annual Service Day.
Warren Wilson College’s Fall Open House on Saturday, Nov. 9, will include a variety of Wilson Samplers across campus.
In the end there was only one survivor among the 125 or so Spanish soldiers who had established early in 1567 the first European settlement in the inland of what later became the United States, at Fort San Juan near present-day Morganton, N.C. Now, archaeologists including Warren Wilson College professor David Moore, have located the site of the ill-fated Fort San Juan.
Art professor Leah Leitson curated a group exhibition of ceramics titled “Pots That Pour” at the Asheville Arts Council. The exhibition opens August 2 and showcases ten clay artists from around the country. The hand builders and throwers from Nebraska, Missouri, Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina use a variety of clay bodies and firing techniques.
Warren Wilson alumni and parents are invited to enjoy a range of activities at Homecoming and Family Weekend.
WWC is receiving a $2.1 million grant to enhance its art department with the addition of studio craft and material arts.
About 80 prospective students and their families were on campus on a beautiful July day for Open House.
The Writing Center will soon be located in the library, occupying part of the space downstairs that formerly was technical services.