University of Charleston

University of Charleston

  1. While many schools are downsizing, the University of Charleston is growing. UC is launching new graduate degree programs in occupational and physical therapy to meet the increasing demands for rehabilitation services in the city, state, and region. The Morrison Rehabilitation Science and Athletics Center in Gorman Hall will be the home for these new programs.  […]

  2.   Stephanie Spencer, Senior Vice President, Receivables Product Segment Manager, Treasury Management, Huntington Bank, will be the guest for the next “Fresh Start Breakfast” program. Spencer’s topic will be “Dispelling the Myths and Mysteries of Merchant Accounts.” Merchant accounts are a key aspect of operations for most merchants, enabling them to make and accept payments […]

  3.   The University of Charleston will once again compete against West Virginia State University in a “Blood Drive Battle” to help the American Red Cross. Twice a year, the two schools compete to see which school can donate the most blood. The University of Charleston will hold its drive on Monday, February 19, and Tuesday, […]

  4. High school juniors and seniors and college undergraduate students are invited to learn more about pharmacy and pharmacy school during ExRx – Experience Pharmacy Days. There will be two dates offered – Wednesday, June 28, and Monday, July 17. Both will be held at the University of Charleston School of Pharmacy (UCSOP). Participants can learn […]

  5. The next speaker in the UC MBA Speaker Series will be attorney Paul Saluja, of Saluja Law Offices, PLLC, who will discuss “Name, Image & Likeness” opportunities now permitted by the NCAA and how student athletes can benefit from community engagement. Name, image, and likeness (also known as NIL) is the term used by the […]

  6. To stand out in the rapidly changing healthcare environment, pharmacy students at the University of Charleston can enhance their Doctor of Pharmacy degrees by simultaneously earning a master’s degree through the UC School of Business and Leadership. With the new dual degree program, UC School of Pharmacy students can add a Master of Business Administration […]

  7. The University of Charleston has been named as a 2022 ALL IN Most Engaged Campus for College Student Voting by the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge. The organization recognizes colleges and universities that make intentional efforts to increase student voter participation. UC joins a group of 394 schools who completed specific voting-related actions, including developing […]

  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. University of Charleston Receives $1.9M Funding to Create the UC Downtown Innovation Hub The University of Charleston (UC) will be creating the UC Downtown Innovation Hub (DIH) to help small businesses in the Kanawha Valley scale up and grow. The UC DIH co-locates a business co-working space, business accelerator, coaching, advising, employee training, and community event […]