Through the workshop, faculty members have integrated entrepreneurial principles into their courses and actively engaged in startup ventures and collaborative industry projects.
University is first HBCU in Triangle region and second in state to receive this distinction.
NCCU remembers Trustee Michael Johnson, vice chairman of the NCCU Board of Trustees, who passed away on July 12, 2023.
Halifax students can transfer up to 68 credits into NCCU’s Information Technology - Cybersecurity Concentration Program with confidence that each credit will apply towards completion of a bachelor's degree.
Gift will support the continued curriculum development, marketing and student recruitment efforts for the newly-renamed Michael P. Johnson Business Administration Program.
Michael Newby will cultivate and steward potential major gift donors with a focus on increasing the pipeline of significant gift prospects for the philanthropic support of the School of Business.
The National Society for Minorities in Hospitality named three NCCU students - Simone Edmundson, Adenicka Blake and Chandler Williamson - to the 2022-2023 National Executive Board.
North Carolina Central University (NCCU) is one of four historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) announced as new partner schools in the Blackstone LaunchPad network
Deanne Cranford-Wesley, Ph.D., has received the 2022 Outstanding CAE Community of Practice in Cyber Defense Service Recognition Award.
Hospitality management has always been Shanae Bryant’s passion. On May 6, 2022, she will receive her bachelor’s degree with plans to pursue her MBA and continue to grow and scale her business.