A WPU family supports the Pacer Pantry 300x125 - Giving Thanks
December 3, 2020
William Peace University’s Wellness Center team knows food insecurity is a reality for some students, and, in response, established the Pacer Pantry as a way to provide support. The Pacer Pantry is available to all enrolled traditional undergraduate students as a place to access free groceries and personal care items. The pantry not only caters to students’ physical needs, but aims to reduce the negative effects of food insecurities on mental health.
Bingham Award Banner 1 300x126 - Why filling out the FAFSA benefits your financial aid
November 23, 2020
The importance of completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid/FAFSA for anyone applying to college. The FAFSA determines your eligibility for numerous types of financial aid, including grants, scholarships and low-interest federal student loans.
First Year Orientation at William Peace University 300x125 - William Peace University offers a Test Optional Approach to the Application Process
November 20, 2020
William Peace University has a test optional and holistic approach to the college application process. Learn the benefits to all students whether they submit their ACT/SAT scores or not for their college application.
Nick Falso is an Environmental Science student at William Peace University 300x125 - Not Just a Number: Environmental Science Major & Lacrosse Player Nick Falso on Why WPU
October 22, 2020
Nick Falso is an athlete and an Environmental Science major at William Peace University. He share the value of the tight-knit community, vibrancy of Downtown Raleigh and having great faculty relationships as a student at WPU.
2 300x300 - Donor Spotlight: Leigh Wallace Dodd
October 20, 2020
Leigh Wallace Dodd ’12 was introduced to Peace at a very young age. When she was in second grade, she attended a Christmas Market held on campus with her mother. It was there, walking around campus, looking at the dorms and the buildings are where she fell in love with Peace. Dodd made her official decision to attend Peace during her senior year of high school after taking an official tour around campus.