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40 Under 40 Honoree wins re-election


Former WSSU Football player exhibits spirited effort


Congratulations to Scott Betz of WSSU. He has been named interim director of CDI.  


WSSU Assistant Professor to perform with the Winston-Salem Symphony


Rams bring plenty of title-game experience to Saturday's game


A WSSU alumnus is searching for an answer. Find out what the question is.


The grass will be green on Saturday


WS City Council approves transfer of Civitan Park to WSSU. Learn more.


Two WSSU students added as plantiffs in Federal lawsuit



Alumni Chapter Training

We are grateful to all the chapter officers who participated in the training event. Our continuing collaboration only makes us better.


NCAA Division II Playoff Game
Ram Football Players

Saturday's NCAA Division II Playoff game featuring Slippery Rock University and Winton-Salem State University will kickoff at 1:00 p.m. (EST).

Ticket prices are $15 for general admission and $10 for students (all students, including WSSU). Children ages 2 and under are free and there will be no senior citizen rate. Additionally for WSSU students, NO RAM CARDS will be used for admittance.

Tickets will go on sale on Wednesday, at 11:00 a.m.


Michelle Cook  

Michelle M. Cook, WSSU University Advancement, will be honored as an "Outstanding Fundraising Professional" at the 2013 National Philanthropy Celebrating the Face of Philanthropy awards ceremony on November 25th.


Ms. Cook serves double duty as the Vice Chancellor for University Advancement and Executive Director of the WSSU Foundation, Inc. She is being honored for improving the quality of life in the Triad through her work with nonprofit agencies, churches, the United Way and Winston-Salem State University.


The award celebrates her accomplishments as the Vice Chancellor in raising millions of dollars to support scholarships, professorships, programmatic funds, and capital projects for Winston-Salem State University.  She is also being honored for her work as the Executive Director of the WSSU Foundation, especially in working with architects, contractors, legal counsel and underwriters to bring the following residence halls from vision to reality: Gleason-Hairston Terrace (opened 2005, houses 403 students), Foundation Heights (opened 2007, houses 311 students), and the Martin-Schexnider Residence Hall which will house 227 students.