What Did the Class of 2017 Value Most?
For decades, the Heavy Duty Crew has been a cornerstone of Warren Wilson College’s Work Program. The crew works tirelessly behind the scenes keeping the College running, assuring that our facilities are maintained and ready for its community members to learn, serve, and celebrate. Therefore, it felt only fitting to recognize our loyal alumni WWC Fund donors by creating a giving society honoring such a hardworking and vital campus crew.
What’s Next for the Class of 2017?
On May 20, 2017, over 140 graduates walked across the stage on Sunderland Lawn to receive their baccalaureate degree from Warren Wilson College. After completing at least 128 credit hours in their classes, logging a minimum of 300 hours of work, and contributing to the College’s total of over 55,000 hours of community engagement, Warren Wilson students graduate equipped to make an impact on the world.
Warren Wilson students work hard. The WWC Fund supports all of the College’s operational divisions including academics, work, and community engagement. With a gift to the WWC Fund, you are providing resources which help inspire current and future students and prepare them for careers in work that they find meaningful.
Make your gift to the WWC Fund before June 30th and help support the College this fiscal year.
Take Your Seat Campaign: Setting the Stage for the Future of the Performing Arts on Campus
Warren Wilson College recently unveiled new improvements to Kittredge Theatre – the home of performing arts on campus. This “Act I” was made possible with the generous support of Kaman Foundation and Bill Kaman, and avid supporter and participant of Warren Wilson College’s Swannanoa Gathering.
“Act II” is about to begin. Please- Take Your Seat! By naming a seat in the Kittredge Theater, you will support the next phase of the renovations to the Kittredge Theatre, Music Wing, and the larger Kittredge Community Arts Center.
New Academic Building gets Greenlight from Board of Trustees
The Warren Wilson College Board of Trustees has approved plans to build a new academic building at the site where Carson Hall once stood.
The 15,000 square-foot facility will cost $6 million to construct. It features 19 faculty offices and six flexible learning and meeting spaces—ranging from 15-person seminar rooms to a 40-person flex classroom— as well as a large multi-use common atrium. All walls between meeting spaces will be reconfigurable, allowing the building to accommodate groups as large as 60 (by combining classrooms) to 150 (by opening up the atrium).