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  • Icon Two Hour Opening Delay for Monday January 24 2022
    Shaw University will operate on a two-hour delay on Monday, January 24, 2022. Please use caution on the roads.
    Icon The University Will Continue to Operate in a Limited Capacity for Essential Operations Through Sunday, January 23, 2022
    Due to recent weather conditions the university will continue to operate in a limited capacity for essential operations and functions through Sunday, January 23,2022. All students, faculty and staff should continue to monitor the website for university operations and updates.
    Icon The University Will be Closed Friday, January 21st Due to Inclement Weather
    Due to inclement weather conditions, the University will be closed today Friday, January 21. Classes will continue virtually/remotely. Only essential workers are to report to work on Friday, January 21 (Security, Building and Grounds, Cafeteria, Residence Life).
    Icon January Cancer Awareness
    It is with hope that you are empowered to live your best life and create healthy changes in OUR community, let’s talk about CANCER AWARENESS AND HEALTH EQUITY!
    Icon Center for Teaching and Learning is Accepting Applications for Skills Advancement Support (SAS)
    The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is accepting applications for Skills Advancement Support (SAS) for faculty and staff interested in participating in professional development events.
    Icon Weather Alert
    January 20, 2022 Faculty, Staff and Students This weekend’s weather forecast calls for low temperatures, sleet, snow and or freezing rain. The university will continue to monitor the weather conditions throughout the day. To prepare
    Icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Virtual Celebration with Guest Speaker Mr. Shaun King
    Shaw University will be hosting activist and author Mr. Shaun King as the Keynote Speaker at our annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.
    Icon Wells Fargo Awards Grant to Launch Entrepreneurship Certification
    Wells Fargo has awarded the School of Business and Professional Studies a $25,000 grant to support the launch of the Aspire Entrepreneurship Certification Program. Created by Shaw University exclusively for aspiring and early-stage entrepreneurs, the 16-week program commences this month with the first cohort of 12 participants.
    Icon Shaw University Student Kasonia Smith Co-Authors Article in the Assembly
    Icon Shaw University Student Kasonia Smith Co-Authors Article in the Assembly

    The Assembly digital magazine today published an article about police reform reported by John Drescher and Shaw University student Kasonia Smith. 

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