Box Score FAYETTEVILLE, NC- The Chowan University football team survived a late rally by Fayetteville State and secured a 14-13 season-opening win over the Broncos on Saturday evening. The Hawks improve to 4-3 in the
Box Score MURFREESBORO- The Chowan University men's soccer program picked up their first win of the season on Saturday afternoon after defeating Emmanuel College 2-0. The Hawks even their record to 1-1 after the win in th
MURFREESBORO- Student-athletes from seven Chowan University athletic teams took time away from the court or practice field to participate in Chowan's annual Stop Hunger Now meal-packaging event held in the Jenkins Center on Thursday. Representatives from the Hawks' men's basketball, women's bask
MURFREESBORO- Chowan University Head Volleyball Coach Melody Tenney will be featured on this week's Talkin' Sports with Gattis Hodges on Thursday evening. Tenney enters her first season at the helm of the Chowan volleyball program. Prio
MURFREESBORO, NC – Leeta Harding’s artistic approach to merging the past and the future will be showcased in the Chowan University Green Hall Art Gallery from Thursday, September 1st at 5 pm to Thursday, September 29th.
CHARLOTTE, NC- The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) in conjunction with the Volleyball Coaches Association and Sports Information Directors Association announced the 2016 Predicted Order of Finish and Preseason All-CIAA Team on Wednesday afternoon. The Chowan University volley
MURFREESBORO, NC – Join Chowan University as they host an historical and archeological exploration of regional treasures. This event, “Hidden Gems of the Albemarle”, will take place on Wednesday, October 12th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Vaughan Auditorium – Marks Hall.
MURFREESBORO, NC – The Communication Arts Department at Chowan University provides students with knowledge and hands-on experience with technologies that will assist them in making the transition from school to work.
MURFREESBORO, NC – The Upward Bound Program at Chowan University has been making a difference in the lives of high school students for the past 40 years. The summer program, led by Frank Stephenson, targets first generation college students and helps push them to accomplish great things.