Winston-Salem State University
Winston-Salem State University partners with elementary school to mentor children
The children at Cook Literacy Model School in Winston-Salem met their new college student mentors for the first time one-on-one on Thursday.
Universities team with Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools to train teachers with federal grant
Three local universities in collaboration with Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools received a $4.7 million grant from the U.S.
WSSU was prepared when bomb threat came, spokeswoman says
Winston-Salem State University joined a growing list of historically Black colleges and universities that have recently received a bomb threat, but a university spokeswoman says they were prepared.
Local schools will benefit from federal grant to help low-income students prepare for college
The U.S. Department of Education recently awarded more than $28 million in funding to Winston-Salem State University. It's the largest grant in the school's history.
WSSU, N.C. A&T To Provide Free Textbooks To Undergraduates
Several Triad historically Black colleges and universities will be using federal funding to offer free textbooks to all undergraduate students in coming semesters.
Students At Wake Forest, Winston-Salem State Will Take Part In COVID-19 Vaccine Study
Two Triad universities will take part in a clinical trial focusing on COVID-19 vaccines and transmission of the virus among college students.
Trial Set For Lawsuit Over Shooting On Wake Forest Campus
A lawsuit filed over the shooting death of a Winston-Salem State University student on Wake Forest University's campus has been scheduled for trial.
Emotional Emancipation Circle Brings Support, Connection, And Learning To East Winston
In 2018, eleven Black women volunteered to come together over eight weeks to share, learn, support one another, and to find out more about how systemic poverty has impacted their lives.