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Caulbert A. Jones History Club
Named for former North Carolina Central University history Professor Caulbert A. Jones, the C.A. Jones History Club for undergraduate students is open to all students who have an interest in the field of history. Like Professor Jones himself, the C.A. Jones History Club actively engages students in...
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Colors of NCCU
Colors is NCCUs organization for lesbian, gay, and bisexual, transgender, questioning, and allied (LGBIQA), students, staff, faculty, and alumni. COLORS is dedicated to creating a safe equitable community for all.
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Eagle Ambassador Program
Members of this organization voluntarily represents, promotes, and upholds the university mission of Truth and Service in the various programs sponsored. Students are diverse and from a variety of majors and undergraduate classifications who assist with Campus Tours, Spring Open House, and various...
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Eagle C.O.R.E.
To positively represent, promote and uphold the institutional motto of Truth and Service by providing all prospective students, new undergraduates and their families with a comprehensive introduction to college life.
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Eagle Hope
To develop and equip student leaders, training them to encourage and promote healthy student behavior on NCCU campus and in the community through example and student led events and activities.
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Evalesco
This organization provides members who want to model professionally with modeling programs and run way experience.
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Fail-Safe at NCCU 
To promote students increased sense of self-awareness to their surroundings. To foster the leadership skills necessary to take charge in an emergency situation.
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