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Carson-Newman University will seek to raise awareness of issues affecting Third World countries during its Missions Emphasis Week, Nov. 3 – 8.
During its annual Founders’ Day service, Carson-Newman University awarded the Founders’ Day Medallion to Sevierville’s Richard and Patsy Wallace. The award is one of the most prestigious honors given by the institution.
Carson-Newman University will host a special art exhibition featuring work by members of the Knoxville Watercolor Society.
To celebrate its new location, the Student Success Center recently partnered with 21st Mortgage to host a cookout for the campus community.
to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
campus renovations completed for the 2014-15 academic year
The year the University was founded
represented by C-N students
Washington Monthly's national ranking for the University's ROTC program
from eclectic downtown Knoxville
for community service, chosen by the White House and Department of Education in 2012
from Cherokee Lake
Carson-Newman graduate students enrolled fall 2014
offered through a thriving intramural program
involved in outreach projects during Operation Inasmuch Service Blitz
for undergrads, as well as bachelor's, master's and doctorate degrees
offered at the NCAA Division II level
The year Carson-Newman posted its largest enrollment in its 163-year history
Student to faculty ratio
baccalaureate college in the nation as ranked by Washington Monthly
campus student organizations