Month: March 2020

Chowan University will waive test requirements for Fall 2020 admission

Chowan University, like many other institutions, has decided to shift classes to a temporary virtual format through the remainder of the semester. We made this decision in order to keep our students, faculty, and staff members safe. University officials, in close coordination with the state and local public health experts, are closely monitoring developments of […]

Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) Information (ARCHIVED)

      Update XXXVII – June 3, 2021, 11:50 am N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper updated his executive order relative to COVID-19 and lifted many restrictions to reflect the latest public health guidance from the NCDHHS and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on May 14th. As has been the case under previous executive orders, college and university presidents retain […]

Chowan Rotaract Club Hosts ‘Nurture and Grow’ Summit

On Saturday, February 29th, 2020, Chowan University’s Rotaract Club hosted East Carolina University’s (ECU) Rotaract Club at the Rotaract 2020 Nurture and Grow Summit. Rotary District Governor, Mrs. Tracey Ivey, initially proposed the event as a way to not only connect Rotaract clubs within district 7720, but help Rotary International connect with it’s Rotaract members.  […]

Chowan Hosts 11th Annual Play 4 Kay Basketball Game

On February 25, 2020, Chowan Athletics raised awareness and research funding for cancer at the 11th Annual Play 4 Kay Women’s Basketball game. All athletic teams participated with more than 400 student-athletes recognizing 20 different cancers. Pictured is cancer survivor Sue Davies soaking up encouragement from Chowan’s student-athletes in the survivor’s walk.  

Chowan Makes Way for the Steinway

MURFREESBORO, NC – Nearing 2:00 pm on Wednesday, February 26th, 2020, Chowan University celebrated the arrival of a new Steinway piano in Turner Auditorium, McDowell Columns Hall. Dr. Kirk Peterson, President, and a conglomerate of excited onlookers witnessed school history as the piano was unveiled on the stage. Even before the instrument’s assembly process was […]