Winston-Salem State University is an Historically Black College and University and a public constituent institution of the University of North Carolina. WSSU is the country’s only HBCU to offer a Motorsports Management degree and its Department of Rehabilitation Counseling is the only such program to serve deaf and hard of hearing students. In addition to academic facilities, the university is home to the Diggs Gallery which houses contemporary African-American and African art. For sports fans, WSSU hosts 10 men’s and women’s athletic teams and a co-ed cheerleading squad.
My experience with Winston Salem State University is currently a great experience. I absolutely love the small campus atmosphere. Not to mention my major department along with the professors are great. Not to mention the fact they see me as a student not as a number on the campus and knows me by name.
Briana from Salisbury, NC
I think WSSU is a good university to attend. The students have school spirit and attend the on campus events. The motto at WSSU is enter to learn and depart to serve and here at WSSU if you are serious about your education that is what will happen.