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Braced by History, Making the Future

Transform your life at NC Central — then transform the world.

We made the commitment as the nation's first public liberal arts institution for African American students. We sustain it as a future-focused modern university.

Two state-of-the-art research institutes, collaborations with the Research Triangle Park industries, and interdisciplinary work in disciplines from business to education.

World-Class Research

Two state-of-the-art research institutes, collaborations with the Research Triangle Park industries, and interdisciplinary work in disciplines from business to education.

Equipping students to thrive academically and socially; student success is at the heart of our university.

You Matter

Equipping students to thrive academically and socially; student success is at the heart of our university.

Making a measurable difference in the lives of our neighbors throughout the Triangle region of North Carolina.

Service to the Community

Making a measurable difference in the lives of our neighbors throughout the Triangle region of North Carolina.

Steeped in a rich history, the City of Medicine thrives as a center for innovation, entrepreneurship, and diverse cultural outlets.

Connection to Durham

Steeped in a rich history, the City of Medicine thrives as a center for innovation, entrepreneurship, and diverse cultural outlets.

Committed to embracing a wide range of ideas, people, and communities, NCCU is a campus with a welcoming environment for all.

Diversity and Inclusion

Committed to embracing a wide range of ideas, people, and communities, NCCU is a campus with a welcoming environment for all.

With 15 Division I sports and Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference championship-winning teams, NCCU Eagles soar on and off their fields of play.

Division 1 Athletics

With 15 Division I sports and Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference championship-winning teams, NCCU Eagles soar on and off their fields of play.

Welcome, New Eagles!

It's time to take the final steps to confirm your status! Once you complete these steps, you have officially accepted the offer of admission.

Moving Forward

Five major capital projects are underway at NCCU, including a new student center, a new School of Business, and three residence halls that together will change the campus landscape. 

Top-Ranked Programs and World-Class Faculty

As one of the nation’s preeminent community-engaged universities, we have produced leaders who are in touch with the world around them for more than 109 years. Students can discover NCCU’s competitive educational opportunities and graduate positioned for success in a number of industries.

Leading the Way

Johnson O. Akinleye, Ph.D., was elected as the 12th Chancellor of North Carolina Central University on June 26, 2017. Through his leadership, Dr. Akinleye has worked to expand the university’s academic partnerships, including new agreements with community colleges, and introduced to the campus a robust online, distance-education program (NCCU Online), K-12 initiatives, and a security strategy to increase safety for campus constituents.

Our Community

Bruce Gomez

Bruce Gomez

College was not originally in the plan for Bruce Gomez. As a third child growing up in a single-parent household in El Paso, his mother’s income was limited, so after high school, he found employment in fast food and retail enterprises.

Pauletta Bracy

Pauletta Bracy, PhD

Pauletta Bracy, Ph.D., professor of library science and director of the Office of University Accreditation at North Carolina Central University, is among new members named to the board of directors for the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).

Alumnus John Barbee

John Barbee

Making strides in business comes naturally for a talented business leader such as NCCU alumnus and former Board of Trustees vice chairman John Barbee.

NC Central News

Events

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Jan 20

NCCU celebrates the life and vision of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the university's annual Day of Service event Jan.

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