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.
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.
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.
Starting in August 2021, Chowan’s Department of Communication Arts will begin offering a Mass Communication major. This major, which offers concentrations in Communication Studies and Sports Media, will prepare students for employment in a variety of careers in communication.
Chowan Graphic Communications alumna, Suzanna Christian ‘04 teaches Commercial Photography and Visual Arts at King William High School in King William, VA. She hurt for her students as they missed so many rites and rituals in their junior and senior years.
Four new sturdy picnic tables grace the outside of the Hawks Nest at Chowan University. These hand-built tables were gifted to the University on June 5, by Hertford County Early College rising junior, Hunter Nicholas “Nick” Adams in pursuit of his Eagle Scout Recognition.