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Video: Much to love about April at WSSU

From Winston-Salem State University's (WSSU) biggest fundraising event to big recruiting and academic events, April showered the university with opportunity. 

 As we close out April, WSSU News takes a look back. Highlights include: 

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Winston-Salem State receives a grant from the Thurgood Marshall Foundation

Winston-Salem State University has been awarded a $30,000.00 grant from the Thurgood Marshall College Fund led by Dr. Karen T. Williams, Director of the A. H. Ray Student Health Center, to conduct rapid COVID testing of students who present with symptoms of COVID and testing of students who are exposed to COVID.

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Homecoming 2022 Cancellations

With great disappointment, we announce that due to the anticipated severe weather for this coming weekend and out of an abundance of caution for our students, staff, alumni, and fans, all university-sanctioned homecoming activities will be canceled after noon on Friday, September 30.

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WSSU Homecoming 2022 safety message from Chief Henry

Chancellor Robinson, Campus Police and Public Safety, and partners across campus are taking a proactive approach to ensure that Homecoming 2022 is a safe experience for everyone.

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