News Releases

  1. On-campus housing applications opening for 2018-19 academic year »

    1/24/2018

    Students who wish to live on-campus for the 2018-19 academic year may begin to submit their applications on Jan. 30.

  2. PEAK Program is getting kids moving on Saturday mornings  »

    1/24/2018

    School children ages 5-11 are invited to spend Saturday mornings in February running, jumping and playing in the Peters Hall gymnasium at Radford University.

  3. New program opens doors for freshmen and sophomore research opportunities with faculty »

    1/24/2018

    Radford University will introduce in the fall 2018 semester the Highlander Research Rookies Program, an initiative designed to provide select freshmen and sophomores an opportunity to collaborate on research projects with the university’s faculty.

  4. Debate: Is war ever justifiable »

    1/24/2018

    Radford University Peace Studies is hosting an event in February in which two expert participants will debate the question: Is war ever justifiable?

  5. Recycling facts and tips  »

    1/24/2018

    The Highlander Cup Sustainability Competition begins Feb. 5, and the Radford University Sustainability Office is providing recycling facts and tips to prepare students for the residence hall completion.

  6. COBE’s third annual innovation contest offers a blend of apps, products and services »

    1/24/2018

    Radford University’s College of Business in Economics held on Dec. 9 the finale to its popular business innovation competition. There, judges heard final pitches and awarded the collaborative creations of a select group of university students.

  7. Planetarium hosts an evening of poetry under the stars »

    1/23/2018

    The Radford University community will receive a special evening of poetry under the stars by Hollins University Professor of English Cathryn Hankla, author of more than a dozen books.

  8. Radford's Psy.D. program ranked first in the nation »

    1/22/2018

    Radford University’s Counseling Psychology (Psy.D.) program, which has a focus on rural mental health, was named the best in the country for the 2017-18 academic year by an online publication.