Provost Brenda Allen

Provost Brenda Allen

“The student, that’s why we are here.” That is a statement the Donald J. Reaves administration at WSSU has echoed over and over. A new task force to be established on campus will focus on what the student experience has been. Read more here.

A UNC Board of Governor’s review process could have far reaching implications for several institutions in the UNC system.  Read more here.

Dr. Zagros Madid-Sadjadi

Dr. Zagros Madid-Sadjadi

Zagros Madjd-Sadjadi, Ph.D., Professor of Economics at Winston-Salem State University, says gas prices may drop even lower than they are today. Learn why here.

Bowman Gray Stadium and Field House

Bowman Gray Stadium and Field House

It appears that WSSU has at least one more hurdle to overcome in its quest to purchase Bowman Gray Stadium and surrounding property. Read more here.

Major update to this story.

Bazemore Making the Most of His Last College Season

It all goes by as a blur. All of a sudden, it’s over. That is what many college athletes realize, sometimes too late. But, WSSU’s KyKevin Bazemore has come to realize that and losing no sleep over it. Read more here.

Recent decisions by the grand juries in Missouri and New York, and more killings of unarmed African-American men and boys, has led to mass protests across the country. Students at WSSU and other colleges are making sure their view are heard on this matter. Read more here.

Kam Smith, former WSSU quarterback and all-time passing leader, has signed to play in the Indoor Football League. Read more here.

Carlos Fields Continues Pursuit of NFL Dream

Former WSSU and All-CIAA football standout Carlos Fields has become a well-traveled man in the NFL since his playing days ended at WSSU.  Some may have given up on their dream to be a player in the NFL, but not Carlos. He has kept his eye on the prize. Read more here.

No matter how you feel about it, recent grand jury decisions in Missouri and New York have sparked outrage and protests across the country.  On many college campuses, there have been demonstrations and discussions about what is going on. Recently WSSU held a forum on that very subject. Learn more here.

Despite Budget Cuts, WSSU Still Finding Ways to Help Students In Need

Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) has received a $275,000 grant from the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust to support its Almost Home Scholarship Program that provides financial aid for Forsyth County students who are near graduation.
“For the past several years, we have consistently seen significant numbers of students unable to complete their degrees due to the [...]

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