University of Charleston

University of Charleston

  1. Dr. Bren Stevens, UC Vice President & Director of Athletics, was named the “DII Nike Executive of the Year” by Women Leaders in College Sports. Since taking over at the helm of the athletic department, Stevens has had 70 different teams advance to the NCAA tournament. UC has captured the Mountain East Conference Commissioner’s Cup […]

  2. (Nettie A Horne & Bradley Harris)   During our recent Homecoming and Family Weekend events, two special alums were honored for their support of the university and its mission – Bradley Harris was named the 2022 Rising Alumnus, and Nettie A. Horne was named the 2022 Alumnus of the Year. “It is our pleasure to […]

  3. With support from the Maier Foundation, the University of Charleston will host Justin Patton on September 28 at 7:00 pm in the Geary Auditorium. Patton will deliver a keynote address titled “Your Roadmap to Trust.” Challenging leaders to reimagine how they lead, love, and communicate, Patton is an Executive Leadership Coach who has been working […]

  4. The University of Charleston’s athletic program is known for its winning reputation, not only in the Mountain East Conference, but also throughout the country. Over the last nine years, UC has snagged the Mountain East Conference Commissioner’s Cup for Athletic Excellence seven times, has won two NCAA National Championships in soccer, and has claimed multiple […]

  5. As part of its goal to prepare its students for a lifetime of community service, each year the University holds its “Labor of Love” initiative, sending UC students, faculty, and staff into the community to perform a wide range of service projects. “Labor of Love” will take place during the Labor Day weekend, from Saturday, […]

  6.   The UC School of Pharmacy White Coat Ceremony, an annual event where incoming first-year pharmacy students receive their first official pharmacy lab coats, showcased a new way for these future pharmacists to have a positive impact: the life-saving medication Naloxone was added to one of the white coat pockets. Pharmacy students were previously trained […]

  7. (Gazette-Mail Opinion Piece from President Roth on 8/27) Read it on the GM website   Why Our Differences Make a Difference   It is far too common today for our differences to be magnified in ways that pull us apart.  This does not need to be so. You may be surprised to learn that the […]

  8. The University of Charleston has been named as one of the “Best Southeastern” colleges in the US by The Princeton Review in its “2023 Best Colleges: Region by Region” issue. UC is one of 143 schools listed in its southeastern region that the publication considers “academically outstanding and well worth consideration.” (Schools are not ranked […]

  9. The population of Charleston will increase this weekend when over 700 new and returning students arrive on the University of Charleston campus. Student athletes, Resident Assistants, and a few other student groups are already on campus and will be on hand to help new residential students and their families move in on Friday, August 19. […]

  10. Dr. Rahul Gupta, Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, will lead “Beating the Overdose Epidemic,” a National Drug Control Q & A event at the University of Charleston on August 16. The Office of National Drug Control Policy leads and coordinates the nation’s drug policy to improve the health and lives of […]