Commencement December 2022 Please join us for this community-wide tradition as we celebrate the accomplishments of our graduates. More Info

Top 10 Public Schools UNC Asheville Ranked #8 Top Public Schools - National Liberal Arts Colleges. -US News 2023  Read More

A Sustainable Campus UNC Asheville Ranks in Princeton Review's Top 25 Lists for Green Matters, and LGBTQ-Friendly Read More

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Featured Stories

UNC Asheville Named a Bronze Bicycle Friendly University by the League of American Bicyclists

UNC Asheville continues to be nationally recognized for its consistent campus sustainability efforts. The League… Learn More

Nancy J. Cable to step down as UNC Asheville Chancellor

Chancellor Nancy J. Cable announced her intention to step down from her Chancellor role, effective December 31, 2022. Learn More

Art in the Heart

UNC Asheville Community Members Featured in City of Asheville’s On-Going Art Installation Series Learn More

In the News

A Lingering Gettysburg Battle: Where Did Lincoln Stand?

New York Times

Associate Professor of New Media Christopher Oakley makes front-page news in the New York Times for his groundbreaking research into Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address using 3-D modeling software.

Taking Action When Needs Are Most Acute

New York Times

UNC Asheville alumna Josie Whelan Silver gives her account of using The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund to provide books for the second graders she taught in Detroit during the pandemic.

Janet R. Cone receives lifetime achievement award from WomanUP

Mountain Xpress

Janet R. Cone, Director of Athletics at UNC Asheville, received the Suzanne DeFerie Lifetime Achievement Award, sponsored by First Bank, which recognizes women who have distinguished themselves in business, leadership, and service throughout their careers.

COVID-19 Expectations for 2022-2023

Care, Compassion, Community

Meeting the needs of our campus community through individual responsibility, resilience, and mutual respect while we continue to monitor the current conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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