Month: July 2021

COVID-19 Update | July 2021

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A message from Dr. Montrose Streeter, Vice President for Student Affairs: Chowan University administration communicated our intent to return to a more vibrant traditional campus experience for Fall 2021. Vaccinations are an essential tool in accomplishing this goal. We strongly encourage our students, staff, and faculty to get vaccinated. The research and data have demonstrated […]

Academic Outreach Hosts Girl Empowerment Day

On May 25, 2021, the Chowan University Academic Outreach was revived after being discontinued due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A group of eager students from Gates County Schools was hosted by Anna Eure, Chowan’s Admissions Counselor & Campus Visit Coordinator. The guests were treated to the University grand tour where they visited residence halls and […]

Department of Education waives most FAFSA verification requirements

In an effort to provide relief to millions of students and colleges facing barriers resulting from the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the Department of Education is focusing 2021-2022 verification efforts on select criteria. As a result, the department has waived most FAFSA verification requirements, excluding Identity/Statement of Education Purpose and High School Completion Status. Chowan University […]

Board of Trustees Freeze Undergraduate Tuition for 2021-2022

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Chowan University continues to support students from the uncertainties they face in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Board of Trustees has set tuition and fees so there is no increase in undergraduate tuition for the 2021-2022 school year. Dr. Kirk Peterson, University President shared, “Many of our new and returning students encounter challenges […]