Wilmington native Phillip L. Clay spoke at last night’s Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration at UNCW.
UNCW has jumped to number 15 on Kiplinger’s 2012 list of the top 100 public universities across the country providing the best value for students and their families.
UNCW’s Board of Trustees has approved a 6.5 percent tuition increase for the 2012-2013 school year.
UNCW announced today that its Osher Lifelong Learning Institute has received a gift of $1 million.
Wilmington Police officials say that early this morning two armed robberies occurred on the same block of South College Road at the edge of UNCW’s campus.
University officials sent multiple alerts telling people to seek shelter and lock their doors. Those orders were lifted before 6 this morning and classes started on schedule.
The gunman has not been found and police officials say the physical descriptions provided for both incidents are significantly different.
When changes to the GI Bill took effect in January, the revisions bridged a gap between the cost of public and private higher education for student veterans, leveling the educational playing field.
But WHQR's Sara Wood reports a new clause has created an unintended financial burden for several hundred student veterans in North Carolina.