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Statement of Inclusion/Non-Discrimination

North Carolina Central University is committed to the principles of affirmative action and non- discrimination. The University welcomes diversity in its student body, its staff, its faculty, and its administration. The University admits, hires, evaluates, promotes, and rewards on the basis of the needs and relevant performance criteria without regard to race, color, national origin, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, genetic information, veteran's status, or religion. It actively promotes diversity and respectfulness of each individual.

Student Accessibility Services

Students with disabilities (physical, learning, psychological, chronic or temporary medical conditions, etc.) who would like to request reasonable accommodations and services under the Americans with Disabilities Act must register with the Office of Student Accessibility Services (SAS) in Suite 120 in the Student Services Building. Students who are new to SAS or who are requesting new accommodations should contact SAS at (919) 530-6325 or SDS@nccu.edu to discuss the programs and services offered by SAS.  Students who are already registered with SAS and who would like to maintain their accommodations must renew previously granted accommodations by visiting the SAS website at www.nccu.edu/SDS and logging into Eagle Accommodate.  Students are expected to renew previously granted accommodations at the beginning of each semester, preferably during the first two (2) weeks of class.  Reasonable accommodations can be requested at any time throughout the semester; however, they will not be effective retroactively.  Students are strongly encouraged to contact their professors to discuss the testing and academic accommodations that they anticipate needing for each class.

Students identifying as pregnant or other pregnancy-related conditions who would like to request reasonable accommodations and services under Title IX must register with the Office of Student Accessibility Services.

Other Campus Programs, Services, Activities, and Resources

Other campus resources to support NCCU students include:

  • Student Advocacy Coordinator (formerly Student Ombudsperson). The Student Advocacy Coordinator is available to assist students in navigating unexpected life events (e.g. short-term illness/injury, loss of a loved one, personal crises) and guide them to the appropriate University or community resources. Students may also receive assistance with resolving some emergency financial concerns; understanding NCCU policies, rules and regulations; or general problem-solving strategies. Contact Information: Student Services Building, 2nd Floor, Suite 236, (919) 530-7492, studentadvocacy@nccu.edu.
  • Counseling Center. The NCCU Counseling Center is staffed by licensed psychologists and mental health professionals who provide individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, substance abuse prevention and intervention, anger management, and other services. Counseling Center staff provide confidential support, problem-solving skills, and enhanced coping for stress and anxiety related to college adjustment, grief, trauma, life transitions, conflict, and other causes.  Contact Information: Student Health Building, 2nd Floor, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., (919) 530-7646, counseling@nccu.edu.
  • University Police Department. The University Police Department ensures that students, faculty and staff have a safe and secure environment in which they can live, learn, and work. The Department provides a full range of police services, including, but not limited to, investigating all crimes committed in and around its jurisdiction, making arrests, providing crime prevention/community programs and services including escorts at night from one section of campus to another, enforcing traffic laws, and maintaining crowd control for campus special events. Contact Information: 2010 Fayetteville Street, (919) 530-6106, nccupdinfo@nccu.edu.
NCCU complies with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in all programs and activities (including sexual harassment and sexual violence) in the University's educational programs and activities. For additional resources or to file a Title IX complaint, visit the NCCU's Title IX webpage.
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