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National Night Out - NCCU Officers Serve the Community

When it comes to serving the public, the police are always on top of their job. On August 7th, 2018, the public housing communities welcomed the North Carolina Central and Durham Police Departments throughout the city of Durham. This event allowed NCCU students, staff, and various organizations to support and show appreciation...
 
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Hurricane Relief-2nd Harvest Food Bank & Helping Hands

Since the beginning of time communities have been affected by devastating natural disasters. The destruction caused by Hurricane Florence and Hurricane Michael has caused the community at North Carolina Central University to take action. Students came together to participate in events in support of hurricane relief....
 
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Alternative Fall Break

Want To Make A Difference During Your Fall Break? Time and time again many communities are repeatedly affected in a devastating way by natural disasters such as Hurricane Florence and now Hurricane Michael. We are looking for students who are interested in supporting relief efforts by participating in two upcoming...
 
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NCCU Hurricane Florence Relief Support

The North Carolina Central University Department of Athletics will be conducting a Hurricane Florence Relief Drive during the first of week of October. Donated items will be collected during the home volleyball match against Charlotte on Tuesday, Oct. 2nd (6 PM) at the student entrance in McDougald-McLendon Arena and the...
 
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Hurricane Florence Donation List

Hurricane Florence Donation list for Faculty, Staff, Alumni and Community Only! School Kit Materials 1.  One pair blunt scissors Round tip only (No plastic scissors)  2. One box of 24 crayons (Only 24-count boxes are accepted)   3. Three one-subject notebooks (No marble composition books; no 3 or...
 
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NCCU Places Fifth in NCAA Community Service Competition

North Carolina Central University student-athletes completed 6,018 hours of community service in 2017-18 to place fifth among Division I schools in the annual NCAA Team Works Helper Helper Community Service Competition. NCCU baseball finishes ranked No. 1 out of all participating NCAA Division I baseball teams. Other...
 
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2018 Durham CROP Hunger Walk

On Sunday, March 25, North Carolina Central University students, alumni, and friends gathered at the Duke University Chapel for the 44th Annual Durham CROP Hunger Walk. The Durham CROP Hunger Walk is a community-wide event with the purpose of raising funds to end hunger at home and around the world. Colleagues, friends,...
 
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Student Service Impact Award - May 2018

North Carolina Central University has announced the names of 22 graduating students who have been selected to receive the 2018 Student Service Impact Award for their volunteer contributions. Undergraduate students who earned the award are: Laura Virgile, Natasha Baker, Tiara May, Kayla Sutton, Emily Guerra,...
 
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2018 Martin Luther King Day of Service

On Monday, January 15, 2018, hundreds of volunteers joined in the LeRoy T. Walker Complex at North Carolina Central University. The NCCU Office of Community Engagement and Service collaborated with UnitedWay of the Greater Triangle to give back to those in need on Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. Over 800 NCCU students...
 
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Student Service Impact Award December 2017

The Student Service Impact Award Selection committee is delighted to provide you with the names of the 11 graduating seniors who were selected as recipients of the Student Service Impact Award and Service Honor Cord for December 2017: Jaimun Agnihotry Sara Wright Jonika Harrison Devon Suitt Lilliana...
 
 
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