WSSU Tackles Rising Cost of College by Improving Degree Efficiency
Winston-Salem State University is one of four universities in the country participating in a new initiative that could drive down the cost of college by improving degree efficiency. The Purposeful Pathways: Faculty Planning for Curricular Coherence initiative is being spearheaded by the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) thanks to a grant from The Teagle Foundation.
BB&T program building future leaders at WSSU
When Zipporah Foster, a senior at Winston-Salem State University, interviewed for a research position at the university, she says she was prepared for any question, even the dreaded, "What is your biggest weakness?"
WSSU's Board of Trustees elects new officers
Dr. William U. Harris ('58) has been elected chair of the Winston-Salem State University Board of Trustees. He is among a slate of new officers elected at the first meeting of the fiscal year on Friday, Sept. 16.
WSSU Recognized in National Rankings
In rankings released today, U.S. News and World Report has named Winston-Salem State University among the Top Historically Black Colleges and Universities and among the Top Regional Universities in the South. The university was also named to Washington Monthly's list of Best Bang for the Buck Universities, a list that evaluates schools on their ability to provide a high-quality education at an affordable price.