Out of 1,100 schools, Christopher Newport is the only public university in the nation to be awarded a perfect “A” by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni, honoring our commitment to a rigorous core curriculum that requires courses in American history / government, mathematics, natural science, foreign language, composition, literature and economics. Read More
This degree is the latest addition to the program offerings in the Department of Physics, Computer Science and Engineering (PCSE). “Over the years we heard from many students and parents, as well as from companies, who wanted us to offer more engineering degrees here at CNU,” says Dr. Riedl, Department Chair. Read More
- Fear 2 Freedom and CNU Students To Provide Care Kits for Victims of Sexual AssaultOn Tuesday, November 4, the global nonprofit organization Fear 2 Freedom (F2F) will partner with CNU students to raise awareness of sexual assault and benefit victims throughout our region. The "Celebration Night" event will be held at 6 p.m. in the David Student Union Ballroom. Both the university community and members of the general public are welcome to participate.
- Food For Thought 2014Christopher Newport University will hold the finale of the 7th annual Food for Thought campaign on Friday, November 14, 2014. The campaign mobilizes the campus community to combine "head, heart and hand" as an approach to local poverty alleviation while collecting food and money to benefit the Foodbank of the Virginia Peninsula.
- Falk Gallery Exhibition: Phil Morrison, “The Nature of Things”ArtCNU photography adjunct faculty member Phil Morrison shares what has inspired him throughout 60 years behind the camera in “Phil Morrison: The Nature of Things.” The exhibition includes nearly 70 images of nature, people in nature, small-town living and abstract minimalist moments in time.
- Ferguson Center Announces Return of On Screen/In Person Film SeriesThe Ferguson Center for the Arts has renewed On Screen/In Person, a film series designed to bring some of the best new independent American films and their respective filmmakers to communities across the mid-Atlantic region.