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NCCU Lingo

The Circle: Where the statue of James E. Shepherd is located.

Greek Bowl/ Unity Bowl/ Library Bowl: Plots for Greek lettered organizations are located there.  This is also the place where 10:40 breaks occur and other events and it is also adjacent to the library here. This is also the place where 10:40 breaks occur and other events and it is also adjacent to the library.

The Caf: W.G. Pearson Dining Hall, the main dining hall on campus.

Verdant Green:  Refers to the grass.

Sloping Hills: Refers to the hilly campus

Financial Aid Building: Student Services Building, Financial Aid, Student Affairs Main Office, Dean of Students, Men’s Achievement Center, Student Disability Services, Centennial Scholars, Residence Life, Marching Band and Student’s Rights and Responsibilities are located here.

Jesus Steps: Very steep stairs near the O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium. From the bottom you see
heaven, when you get to the top you say, “Jesus.”

Africa: Chidley North Residence Hall. A co-ed residential hall for sophomores and juniors. Located on the edge of campus.

A-Dunn: Alexander Dunn where the University College where all first-time students and second-year students are advised, supported and free tutoring is offered

 
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