North Carolina Central University’s (NCCU) Offices of Undergraduate Admissions and Scholarships and Student Aid will welcome high school students from cities across the United States for Eagle Scholar’s Day on Saturday, Feb. 25 at 8 a.m. in the Hubbard-Totten Building auditorium, room 112, located on NCCU’s campus.
The Eagle Scholars’ Day program provides prospective high school seniors an opportunity to learn more about NCCU.
“I am incredibly delighted to welcome 21st century scholars to our campus," said Nicole Gibbs, Ed.D., director of Undergraduate Admissions at NCCU. “North Carolina Central University is an institution with vast opportunities for academic enrichment and community engagement. My hope is that by attending Eagle Scholar’s Day, this very notion will be underscored.”
The day-long sessions will include university representatives, who will discuss academic programs, offer sample faculty lectures and share details about student support services and campus activities with registered students. Participants will also learn more about freshmen admissions, student life, financial aid, scholarships and NCCU’s on-campus housing options. Campus and residence hall tours will be provided. Students from the University Honors Program will also serve as presenters, moderators and tour guides.
“This year’s cohort of gifted and talented participants will experience the academic-rich climate that stimulates our campus environment, said Sharon Oliver, Ed.D., director of financial aid at NCCU. “We welcome them and their families to engage with faculty, visit with our university scholars and learn more about the history of NCCU.”
To register for Eagle Scholar's Day, please visit https://2017eaglescholarsday.eventbrite.com. For more information about the program, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 919-530-6665 or firstname.lastname@example.org.