Pat Leonard has been a significant part of UNCW since joining the university in 1983. She said it has been a privilege to help students “find their niche here, where they feel welcomed, connected and cared about.”

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NEW: Attend Today's Staff Senate Meeting

NEW: Mark Your Calendars for the Allied Health Building Groundbreaking Ceremony on Jan. 18

NEW: Submit Proposals for Inaugural First-Year Studies Conference Through Jan. 29

NEW: Submit Friends of UNCW Grant Applications Through Feb. 14

REMINDER: Apply for Sustainability 2.0 Funding Through Jan. 12 to Enhance and Continue ETEAL or SURCA Projects


NEW: UNCW Ranked 7th in Nation for Online Bachelor’s Programs, 62nd Best College Value

NEW: UNCW Names Sara Thorndike Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs and CFO

NEW: University College Hiring UNI 101 Instructors for Fall 2018 - Applications Due Jan. 20

REMINDER: WCE Offering Tutoring for Reading and Math (K-5th Grade); Middle Grades Reading and Special Needs

REMINDER: Nominations Open for the 2018 Cornerstone Student Awards Through Jan. 24 - Recognize Students in Areas of Leadership and Service

Hawk Highlights

Clyde Edgerton (CRW) Featured in “Best Creative Nonfiction of the South, Volume II: North Carolina”

CHHS Faculty, Staff and Students Volunteer at Miracle Field

Gillian Perry (Campus Life) "Spotlighted" by Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education

Hottest Homepage Headlines

Seahawks Announce Free Basketball Clinics For Kids (Dec. 5)

UNCW Student Wins North Carolina Campus Compact Community Impact Award (Dec. 7)

70th Anniversary Commemorative Book Available for Purchase (Dec. 13)

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Top Stories of 2017, No. 7: UNCW Celebrates 70th Birthday


CoastLine: UNCW And NHC Public Schools Collaborate to Battle Teacher Shortage


Keep DACA and the Dreamers. They'll Make America Even Greater. (Op-ed by psychology professor Antonio E. Puente)


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The spring semester got off to a frosty start as Winter Storm Grayson left campus and Wilmington blanketed with snow and ice.

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