Hank Steinbrecher coached Warren Wilson’s men’s soccer team from 1973 to 1978 and went on to become an American and international soccer leader credited with bringing soccer to prominence in the United States.
With the news of the retirement of Cathy Kramer, Vice President for Applied Learning, Warren Wilson will restructure in a way that will allow the College to deepen the integration of academics, work, and community engagement.
Warren Wilson College ranked third place overall among baccalaureate institutions in the 2020 Sustainable Campus Index, a publication of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).
Warren Wilson College has finished the fall semester with no positive on-campus cases of COVID-19. Warren Wilson was the only college in Western North Carolina to have no positive cases within its residential community this semester. “The fact that we were able to have zero cases this semester is mind-blowing,” said Justin Gildner, director of […]
The Jazz Past - Jazz Future Scholarship Fund will help Warren Wilson’s Music Program provide recognition and financial assistance to outstanding student musicians enrolled at the College and studying music.
The Intentional Endowments Network (IEN) has issued a new report using Warren Wilson College as a case study to demonstrate that endowments of all sizes can successfully implement strategy to align their investments with institutional mission.
Mariah Parker ’13 is an elected politician, a hip hop artist, and a Ph.D. candidate in Language and Literacy Education. As protesters mobilized across the country this summer in response to the murder of George Floyd by an officer of the Minneapolis Police Department, Parker led thousands who were calling for change in Athens, Georgia.