North Carolina Central University
1801 Fayetteville St.
Durham, NC 27707
Academic excellence is NCCU's highest priority. The University prides itself on the academic leadership of its faculty members, administrators, and professional support staff who work to improve the quality of student learning, the curriculum, and instruction.
NCCU encourages students to be well-rounded. The academic community nurtures students' abilities to learn, to respect people of varying backgrounds, and disparate ideas. Undergraduate Studies creates opportunities for innovation and academic excellence.
Students are prompted to develop critical thinking skills and to become adept at curriculum selection or choice. The department is responsible for evaluation of the undergraduate programs and curriculum, and assessing student readiness.
NCCU's graduate programs have been developed with diversity and variety of interests in mind. With a goal of innovative excellence, the programs not only conform to the highest standards required by respective accreditation agencies, but are known for exemplary, cutting-edge achievement.
Graduate and professional degrees are offered through the College of Arts and Sciences and the Schools of Business, Education, Law, and Library and Information Sciences.
North Carolina Central University offers distance education programs designed for busy professionals, those who must balance their time between job, home and other personal obligations. The distance education programs at NCCU conveniently fit into a student's professional and personal schedule. Courses and programs are delivered through videoconferencing, the Internet, and at off-campus locations.
Students receive individualized attention and support not found in many traditional programs. Remember that online learning is not easy. Professors at NCCU will demand the same quality of work, same number of hours as required in the traditional classroom.