M. Christopher White, President of Chowan University, will give this year’s Taylor Religious Heritage Lectures on Monday, September 28th, and Wednesday, September 30th, at 11:00 am in Turner Auditorium within Chowan’s historic Columns building.
Chowan University’s Associate Professor of History, Dr. Greg S. Taylor, has released his third book highlighting the history of the Tar Heel State,James Larkin Pearson: A Biography of North Carolina’s Longest Serving Poet Laureate.
Conjuring images of dusty landscapes spotted with cactus and tumbleweeds, gunslingers squinting into the sun at high noon, and poker game brawls that spill out of the saloon and into the streets, Professor of English Dr.
Join Chowan University on Sunday, September 27th at 3:30 pm in Briley Recital Hall as we host the Hampton Roads Wind Quintet. Briley Recital Hall is Chowan’s recently renovated performance space located on the first floor of the Music Department’s Daniel Hall.
The Collaborative to Support Initially Licensed Professionals, also known as the Northeast Collaborative, is kicking off their 24th year with local events including a Fall Drive-In Conference at Chowan University on Saturday, September 26th.
The Chowan University volleyball team concluded play at the CIAA Round-Up on Sunday afternoon with a thrilling 3-2 win over the Shaw University Lady Bears. The Hawks improve to 4-3 overall with the victory and advance to 3-0 in conference play.
The Chowan University volleyball team kicked-off CIAA play on Saturday with two crossover wins against Saint Augustine's University and Fayetteville State University in the opening day of the CIAA Round-Up. The Hawks even their record to 3-3 overall with the victories and post a 2-0 record in co
The Chowan University football team held off a late rally by Delaware State University and took home a thrilling 31-30 victory against the Hornets on Saturday afternoon. The victory was the first win over an NCAA Division I opponent for the football team in program history. The Hawks improve to
The official numbers are in and Chowan University’s Fall 2015 enrollment of 1,532 is the largest in school history since returning to four-year status in 1992. This growth represents an increase of 3.2 percent over the previous record of 1,484 in the fall of 2014.