There is more to NCCU than sloping hills and verdant green. You need to experience what it is like to soar, both in and out of the classroom. Walk a mile in the shoes of our students, while taking a peek at the many opportunities that NCCU has to offer! The ideal way to experience the NCCU campus is with a campus tour, guided by our enthusiastic Eagle Flight Team Members.
Note: Tours are only offered when classes are in session; tours are not offered on holidays or blackout dates. If a date is not available, you will not be able to select it when completing your registration.
Campus tours will last approximately 45 minutes to an hour and a half. Your tour will begin with a 20-30 minute information session with an admission representative, which serves as a brief overview and introduction to the university and an in-depth look at the admission process and requirements. A walking tour of campus will begin immediately after this information session and cover all academic and student life aspects of campus.
Since all of our campus tours follow a predetermined route, you are encouraged to make appointments for before or after your tour with any other departments of interest before arriving on campus (e.g. a particular academic department of interest, Scholarships & Financial Aid, Athletics, the Honors Scholars Program, etc.).
Please find helpful links below that can help prepare you for your upcoming visit:
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We recommend that you become acquainted with campus prior to arrival. Please report to the welcome center to check-in for your tour, upon arrival to campus. The Welcome Center address is 700 Lawson St. Durham, NC 27707
Click here to access the Campus Map.
If you are driving; we recommend that you arrive to campus at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled visit. Upon arrival, please park in the Latham Parking Deck where hourly parking is available. The lot is located directly under the University Bookstore. The pay station accepts credit cards and cash.
For more information regarding parking, please click here.
The W.G. Pearson Dining Hall offers a wide variety of menu options to choose from. You will also find various other eateries throughout campus that will satisfy your appetite!
For information regarding prices and hours of operation, please click here.
If you are traveling to Durham from out of the area, you'll find several options in close proximity to campus.
Weather in Durham is typically mild. During extreme weather conditions, however, please reference the university homepage to ensure that the campus is open. In the event that campus is closed, campus tours will be cancelled.
North Carolina Central University is committed to provide access, equal opportunity and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities, education and employment for individuals with disabilities. To request disability accommodation for a campus tour, please contact us at CampusTours@nccu.edu at least ten days before you plan to arrive.
* Please note that we cannot supply wheelchairs or equipment.
If you are unable to visit campus during our regular business hours, you may elect to print the following PDF documents and tour the campus on your own:
Any questions regarding campus tours can be directed to: CampusTours@nccu.edu
North Carolina Central University
1801 Fayetteville St.
Durham, NC 27707