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Catawba College
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About Catawba College
Founded in 1851 in Newton, NC, Catawba College was started by German pioneers who had traveled from eastern Pennsylvania to settle in the valleys of the Haw, Yadkin, and Catawba Rivers. In 1890, Catawba became a coeducational institution and the first woman graduate completed her studies in 1893. In 1925, Catawba moved and re-opened to its current location in Salisbury, NC, which is about 45 minutes from Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and Charlotte, two hours from the mountains, and four hours from the beaches. Today, Catawba College has 41 buildings on 276 wooded acres on a residential campus. Catawba is known for its 189 acre on-campus ecological preserve. Ranked as one of the best colleges in the south, Catawba offers 70 academic majors to approximately 1,300 students representing 34 U.S. states and 19 foreign countries. Students are instructed by 80 full-time faculty, more than 83% of whom hold the highest degree in their field. With an endowment of over $100 million and with the recent elimination of Catawba’s debt, Catawba is well positioned for a thriving future Catawba College is located in Salisbury, North Carolina, a historic Southern city (pop. 34,000) lo...cated 45 minutes from the greater Charlotte area and the Greensboro and Winston- Salem areas. In Salisbury, you will find both a quiet countryside filled with wineries and pick-your-own farms, and a bustling downtown district with breweries, historic trolleys, a thriving arts scene, and more. Catawba students have the distinct advantage of attending college in the piedmont region of beautiful North Carolina, where residents enjoy four mild seasons and plenty of opportunities to explore the area’s natural treasures. Students also have access to some of the best and most rewarding volunteer opportunities both on campus and off campus in the local Salisbury-Rowan community Catawba athletic programs currently consist of men and women participating in its 23 NCAA Division II sports teams that offer more than 121 full athletic scholarships. The teams collectively represent more than 500 students as athletes, coaching assistants, team managers, and student trainers. Catawba athletes compete in facilities that rival those of larger institutions, with more playing time and personal attention. Approximately 42% of Catawba College’s students are student-athletes. The vibrant athletics program is embraced by students, faculty, and the entire Catawba community. Student-athletes are among the most prominent leaders within the student body, and student-athletes regularly prove their pursuit of success on playing fields does not prevent them from engaging with their classmates and community in substantial ways. Catawba’s student-athletes are retained at a higher rate than their peers. Men’s sports include Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, and Track & Field. Women’s sports include Basketball, Beach Volleyball, Cross Country, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field, and Volleyball. The Julius W. Abernethy Physical Education Center, is the primary home of the Catawba women’s volleyball, has a seating capacity of 3,500 for basketball. The facility is home to the Athletic and Physical Education offices and the Johnson Pool, and is used extensively for intercollegiate athletics, student activities, civic events, concerts, and various athletic camps during the summer months. The Abernethy Center is also the home for men's and women's basketball, and men’s and women’s swimming teams. Built to begin competition in the spring of 2020, the Catawba Beach Volleyball facility includes three state-ofthe- art sand courts with shower, fencing and lights. In addition to college competitions that will take place under the lights, Catawba hosts other programs such as adult and youth leagues, camps, clinics and Junior tournaments. Shuford Stadium hosts football and men’s and women’s lacrosse. With a seating capacity of 4,000 and potential accommodation of up to 5,000 spectators, Shuford Stadium features new field turf and a modern video scoreboard. Newman Park has been home to the Catawba Indians baseball team since 1926, with the original grandstand erected in 1934. Catawba recently began a renovation and rebuild of this facility. Frock Fields hosts Catawba’s softball and soccer complexes, as well as practice fields for lacrosse, soccer, and football. The Johnson Tennis Complex features six (6) competition tennis courts regularly in use by Catawba athletes, students, and community players. COVID-19 NOTIFICATION: As a condition of employment at Catawba College, newly hired employees will be required to provide proof of their COVID-19 vaccination or request a medical or religious exemption. Catawba Human Resources will share details of this requirement during onboarding should you accept Catawba’s offer of employment. Catawba College is an equal opportunity employer. As such, Catawba is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or veteran status, unless allowed by law and deemed necessary to Catawba operations. Candidates must successfully pass a background check and drug screening before employment begins, and Catawba complies with all federal, state, and local laws governing non-discrimination.
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