Putting pen to paper: UNC Asheville Chancellor Mary K. Grant, right, and Asheville City Schools (ACS) Superintendent Pamela Baldwin sign the agreement at UNC Asheville’s Ramsey Library that will allow high school students to earn college credits at UNCA.

UNCA and Asheville City schools announce dual enrollment opportunit­y

For high school students looking to get an early feel for the college experience, UNC Asheville will be providing an opportunity for dual-enrollment starting with the fall 2015 semester. Students from Asheville High School and SILSA (School of Inquiry & Life Sciences at Asheville) are eligible, with a financial aid fund being set aside through the college’s advancement office.

UNC Asheville to host second annual Health Fair this Thursday, open to the public

After 370 students showed up to the first UNC Asheville Health Fair, senior health and wellness student Emily Pineda decided to not only organize the event again, but to open it to the Asheville community this year. The fair will feature about 40 local health organizations and businesses in addition to about $500 worth of free health assessments ranging from therapeutic massages to eye care.