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NC Campus Compact Honors Senior

This year’s recognition goes out to Peyton Lambert, native of Charlotte North Carolina. Ms. Lambert represented NCCU at the NC Campus Compact Citizenship, Service, Networking and Partnership (CSNAP) conference hosted by University of North Carolina at Pembroke.  This honor is bestowed upon one student each year...
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Food for the Soul

To kick-off the Homecoming Week, students spent time engaging in service to the global community. NCCU Phi Beta Lambda co-sponsored the event with Stop Hunger Now to package 10,000 meals for school-aged children in an undetermined country in the L.T. Walker Complex. After a rousing service and a wonderful brunch, there was...
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KAP: Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

The Kinky and Proud student group organized volunteers for the Making Strides against Breast Cancer Walk held at North Hills Mall in Raleigh North Carolina. The caravan of over 75 student volunteers braved the cold when they left North Carolina Central University at 6:30 o’clock AM.  Even though the students...
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NCCU’s 10th Annual Book Bag Drive

In tribute to 9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance, N. C. Central University led a charitable event to make a difference within the community. NCCU held their annual Book Bag Drive on September 11 in Durham, NC. NCCU’s students donated book bags filled with school supplies for Durham Public School...
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NCCU's Tre Smith Nominated

North Carolina Central University junior defensive end Tre Smith is among 197 national nominees for the 2015 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team®. Smith is active in a number of community service activities including the “Brother-to-Brother” mentoring programs at Pearson Town Elementary School, the Durham Boys...
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Student Athlete Advisory Committee Serves

While North Carolina Central University student-athletes were on the road this season, they had more on their minds than just competition. NCCU student-athletes were asked to gather unused toiletries that so often get discarded after an overnight hotel stay, so the items can be donated to individuals who do not take such...
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Student Impact Award – May 2015

North Carolina Central University has announced the names of 33 graduating students who have been selected to receive the 2015 Service Impact Award for their volunteer contributions. Winners of the Graduate Student Service recognition are Stormi Burns, Master of Public Administration; Angelis Rodriguez, Master of Social...
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America Reads Read-a-thon

N. C. Central University hosted its 5th annual America Reads Read-A-Thon in the Alfonso Elder Student Union on March 25th. Volunteers kicked off the event by sharing stories, narrations, books, and ways of thinking about words and novels to groups of elementary school students. English students from C.C. Spaulding...
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Healthcare Advocacy In Action

During the fall semester, Professor David Jolly in the Department of Public Health, taught a Public Health Policy course. It is one of the many service-learning courses available at North Carolina Central University. The skill focus for the course is healthcare access advocacy. Students participated with Enroll America...
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5th Eagle Habitat Kick-off

On Saturday, February 28, 2015, the weather was blustery, but the NCCU Eagle Habitat volunteers were hot.  On that cold morning, students arrived to a finished foundation for the 5th Eagle Habitat Build on Spruce Street located in Northeast Central Durham.   The volunteers were joined by the Habitat for...
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