Carlow University students will gather to watch Monday's Presidential debate between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton.
In honor of the city's Pittsburgh 200 celebration, Carlow University Theatre will present a bit of forgotten Pittsburgh with Beggar on Horseback.
Carlow University first year students will work at more than 15 non-profit agencies on Friday, September 23, as part of the university's annual Mercy Service Day.
Moustafa Bayoumi, author of the book "How Does it Feel to Be a Problem? Being Young and Arab in America," will be on campus on Tuesday, September 20, 2016.
Carlow University will host a panel discussion on environmental issues as part of the "Faithful Citizenship: Election 2016" events happening on Allegheny County's three Catholic colleges' campuses.
Carlow University Art Gallery's Fall 2016 exhbition is titled "Illuminations: Works by Vanessa German, Peter Oresick, and Christopher Ruane."
Carlow University will welcome first year students to campus in style as professional movers and valet parkers assist the students and their families on Move-In Day, August 24.
Carlow University and the Community College of Beaver County sign a joint admission agreement for nursing programs.
Carlow University announces one new graduate and two new teaching assistantships for the MFA in creative writing program.
Carlow University and Westmoreland County Community College sign a joint admission agreement for nursing and early childhood education.
Carlow University has created four new commercials using current student-athletes to begin the process of rebranding the university.
Carlow University's accreditation has been reaffirmed by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education until at least 2024.
Carlow University names Kimberley Hammer, Esq., as its new vice president of University Advancement.
For the past few years, Carlow University has played in the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. It is now the River States Conference.
Alice McKeever Riley, the sole surviving member of the first graduating class in Carlow University's history - then known as Mount Mercy College - will turn 106 on Friday, June 17, 2016.