The Parent Perspective

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 travelling their lifelong journey of education and embracing what is possible. The values of civility, diversity, resiliency […]

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Narrowing the Chasm Between Youth and Experience

Dear Parents, HPU prepares students for lives of both success and significance. Beyond the valuable mentorship your student receives in the classroom, we understand that providing students with experiential learning opportunities narrows the distance on their personal journey from youth to accomplished adult. Instead of waiting for the type of life lessons that may organically transpire over the course of time, […]

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A Message from Dr. Jenn Brandt, Director of the Common Experience

Dear First-Year Families, The start of the semester is always an exciting time, and the Common Experience program has been busy helping our first-year students transition to the High Point community. Our Welcome Week activities included student life presentations on inclusive communities; the signing of the Honor Code; and the Class of 2021 Common Good service project, […]

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Freshmen: 3 Busted Myths about Career & Professional Development

By: Elizabeth Walker Illig, career advisor The Office of Career and Professional Development is looking forward to welcoming the Class of 2021 to HPU. As another school year approaches, we strive to help freshmen students make the most of their time on campus. That’s why we highly recommend students connect with our office in Cottrell […]

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A MESSAGE FROM DR. NIDO QUBEIN, HPU PRESIDENT

Dear Parents, Your student’s life is filled with change. They move to campus, enroll in courses for a few months and then travel home to visit before starting the process over again. Theirs is a journey of constant movement. And the ever-changing global economy is no different. The good thing is that young people are […]

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Upperclassmen: 3 Busted Myths about Career & Professional Development

  By: Elizabeth Walker Illig, career advisor The Office of Career and Professional Development is looking forward to welcoming your student back to campus. As another school year approaches, we strive to help upperclassmen make the most of their remaining time on campus. That’s why we highly recommend that students work with our office in […]

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A Message from HPU’s Provost, Dr. Dennis Carroll

Dear Parents, Summer 2017 may be winding down, but HPU students have been incredibly productive and active in pursuing their dreams and bettering themselves for the future. Meanwhile, we have been busy on campus preparing for the 2017-2018 academic year. More than 30 new faculty members will be joining our family in a few weeks. These faculty, […]

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