The UNCP women’s volleyball team kicked off the new season at the Coker/FMU invitational on August 24 and 25 at two separate locations. The first two games were against Catawba and Converse, and those games were played at Smith University Center in Florance, SC. The final two games that they played were against Anderson and Coker at Harris E. and Lousie H. Deloach Center in Hartsville, SC. Catawba: In the first set going into a timeout UNCP was up 14-12 following a pair of ki
This is a photo of a room shared by four students in Belk Hall. With NC Promise bringing an increase of first year students, many departments on campus have had to adapt to the new changes. According to new records, housing has seen an increase in first year students - putting a strain on the fall housing process.
According to the UNCP website, compared to fall of 2017, UNCP has seen a “14 percent increase” with a “surge of some 885 additional students”.
The UNCP Residence Hall Association hosted their first “Wild N’ Out: College Edition” April 10 in the UC Lounge at 6 p.m. RHA members helped check-in and serve snacks to the audience 15 minutes after the doors opened. The UC Lounge was full of students, faculty and staff. Nick Courmon and Lamar Courmon were the emcees of the night and ran the games and challenges that were played. Teams faced off in numerous of games: Celebrity Death Battle, Spit Talk, Family Reunion, Hood Je
As N.C. Promise approaches, campus recreation is taking steps to accommodate higher numbers of students by planning to upgrade and expand fitness facilities. According to Justin Winans, director of campus recreation, “We are exploring several prospective enhancements for Campus Recreation here at UNCP, intentionally driven to upgrade the experience of our current students and patrons, as well as to prepare us for the uptick of population not just next year, but for years to c