All Announcements

  • Summer Hours for Dining Services

    Posted: Friday, April 24 Summer dining hours begin June 2 for Highsmith University Union and June 8 for Brown Hall.
  • Donning of the Stoles Ceremony

    Posted: Friday, April 24 The Donning of the Stoles ceremony for those students graduating in Spring 2015 will be held on Friday, May 8th at 3:00 p.m. in Sherrill Center, Mountain View Room.

    The Donning of the Stoles ceremony is a time in which students of diverse backgrounds have their accomplishments recognized and their achievements applauded. Various key people from across the campus community take this opportunity to explain the tradition of the ceremony and its importance, as well as their pride in this year's graduating class. Students' friends and/or families have the opportunity to speak to and about the student, telling others of the student's accomplishments, how proud they are of him or her, and giving well wishes for the future. The speaker then drapes the stole over the student's shoulders, symbolizing embracing the past and  welcoming the future.

    This is a wonderful event and we hope that faculty and staff will join us for this celebration. There will be a reception immediately following the ceremony.  If you have any questions, contact Dahlia Hylton.

  • Bone Marrow Registration Drive

    Posted: Friday, April 24 The UNC Asheville Student-Athlete Advisory Committee would like to extend an invitation to you to join us next Friday, May 1st from 2-6pm for a bone marrow registration drive.

    The event will be located immediately behind the Sherrill Center on the concrete pad.  We will be there to register you as a bone marrow donor.  The test is less than 10 minutes and consists of simply a swab of the inside of both cheeks.  This event is benefiting Project Life Movement, and is part of a larger Big South Conference initiative.

    A few FAQ's:

    1.  you must be between 18-55 years of age
    2.  in good general health
    3.  willing to donate to any patient in need
    4.  Living in the US
    5.  Not already registered
    6.  Not serving in any branch of the military

    We would love to have you come, register and then stay to watch us play Western Carolina at 6pm at Greenwood Field.

    Please contact Dawn Turner with any questions.

  • Igor Roussanoff to Open Costume Exhibition in Moscow

    Posted: Tuesday, April 21 The international exhibition, "Costume at the Turn of the Century 1990-2015," at the Theatre Museum in Moscow, will be on view June 15 - August 1. Igor Roussanoff, UNC Asheville Drama Department lecturer and costume designer, is chief curator for the exhibition.

    For more information, see the announcement.


  • Veteran Students' Graduation Celebration is May 5

    Posted: Friday, April 17 UNC Asheville's Office of Transition and Parent Programs cordially invites you to attend our spring 2015 Veteran Students' Graduation Celebration.

  • Bring Our Children to Work Day

    Posted: Friday, April 17 Bring Our Children to Work Day is Thursday, April 23, 2015.

    Bring Our Children to Work Day is based on a program that began as Take Our Daughters to Work Day.  The program was founded in 1993 by Gloria Steinem to help daughters explore their future opportunities at work, at home, and in their community. The day’s official title was changed in 2003 to Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.
    As an employer of choice, the UNC Asheville supports Bring Our Children to Work Day.  This event reinforces the sense of community we have here, and it is a wonderful opportunity for children to see this workplace in action.  While there will not be a formal program this year, by registering online your child(ren) will receive a certificate for their participation.
    When is it?
    Thursday, April 23, 2015
    Who can attend?
    Children of UNC Asheville faculty and staff are invited to come to work with their parents.
    How can I register?
    Register online to participate.
    A certificate will be available in the Office of Human Resources on April 27, 2015, for those who participate and register. You may send pictures of your child at work to
    Should you have questions, please contact the Office of Human Resources at 828.251.6605.

  • Alpha Xi Delta "Blue Out" Fundraiser for Autism Speaks!

    Posted: Wednesday, April 15 The Zeta Tau Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta at UNC Asheville supported their National Philanthropy, Autism Speaks!, on April 2nd, National Autism Awareness Day by hosting a Xiti with the Xis event.

    This event, catered by Chartwells, was hosted in Brown Hall and served nearly 30 guests. The women of the Zeta Tau Chapter invited all attendees, and the campus community, to participate in a Blue Out on April 2nd by sporting as much blue as they could. James Choi, a UNC Asheville student and Fraternity and Sorority Life Member, was recognized and rewarded at the event for wearing the most blue which consisted of 12 plus layers of blue attire. Emma Anderson was also recognized for wearing the most blue as an Alpha Xi Delta sister. The event was a success and raised over $330 going directly to Autism Speaks! The ladies of the Zeta Tau Chapter are eager to continue getting the UNC Asheville Campus and Asheville community involved in support Autism Speaks!

  • Senior Adrian Etheridge, Mentor for High School Photographers, Presents Exhibit of Their Works

    Posted: Friday, April 3 If you attend Bulldog basketball games, you've seen senior Adrian Etheridge at courtside, shooting photos for the UNC Asheville Athletics Department. An art major and honors student, she also has been sharing her passion for photography with Asheville High School students, volunteering with the school's photo club. An exhibit of the students' photos, curated by Etheridge, will be on view beginning April 8 in Karpen Hall.

    The exhibition will open with a reception from 6-7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 8, in the Karpen Hall lobby across from Laurel Forum. The exhibition, free and open to the public, will be on view April 8-30.

    To learn more about the exhibition and about Adrian Etheridge and her photography, please visit the Department of Art and Art History website.