The Parent Perspective

A message from HPU’s Dr. Stephanie Crofton, Vice President for Experiential Learning and Career Development

Dear Parents: Entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs and solopreneurs – oh my! HPU is focused on preparing students, as President Qubein puts it, “to be job creators, not job takers.” This mission has never been more timely than today as our world is in a constant state of fluctuation. Our passion to prepare students for the world as it is going to […]

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A Message From HPU President Nido R. Qubein

Dear Parents, Each month we bring you this Parent Perspective Newsletter for two simple reasons: to inform and inspire. Inform – We have launched the new HPU Health Hub as you and your student prepare for the start of the fall semester. Please know we are committed to safety and can’t wait to welcome our […]

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A Message From Britt Carl, Director of Student Success

Dear First-Year Families, It is hard to believe your student is finishing their first year at High Point University! The transition from high school to college is one of the most important life events your student will complete. This journey has included increased independence, understanding what it means to be a self-advocate, managing challenges without […]

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Virtual Informational Interview: A Message from Career and Professional Development

  Dear HPU Family Member, The world may seem like it’s on pause due to COVID-19, but the truth is that the professional development journey of our students never stops. HPU is here, continuing to support the growth, development and opportunities for our entire study body. Today, let’s talk about how virtual informational interviewing is […]

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A MESSAGE HPU PRESIDENT NIDO R. QUBEIN

Dear Parent, This weekend, we will welcome thousands of families to campus for Winter Family weekend. We are very blessed and thankful. This month’s Parent Perspective highlights examples of HPU’s commitment to instilling Life Skills in students. Our students are well-prepared. That is reflected in data collected by HPU in accordance with the National Association of Colleges […]

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Love Thy Neighbor: How HPU Teaches Community Transformation

By the Rev. Dr. Joe Blosser, R.G. Culp Director of Service Learning How do you show love to your neighbor? The question is harder to answer than it first appears. There is a time for immediate charity and giving things away, but when we treat every instance of need as a crisis, we create dependence, […]

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A Message from Gail Tuttle, Senior Vice President for Student Life

Dear HPU Parents, Knowledge gained in the classroom at High Point University is complemented with meaningful experiences that take place beyond the classroom walls and enrich the souls of our students. Our campus provides daily experiences for students traveling their lifelong journey of education and embracing what is possible. The values of civility, inclusion, resilience […]

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