For an updated list of programming for each department, please continue to check Engage.
As a reminder, NCCU has established a Student Emergency Relief Fund. This fund is designated to support the short-term financial needs of students currently enrolled at NCCU who are now facing extenuating circumstances related to housing, food and other vital resources. Apply online here: https://www.nccu.edu/forms/covid-19-fund-application.
Transitions Food Pantry
NCCU desires to do its part in assuring that no student goes hungry and that every student has access to food and personal care items. Through our Transitions Program, we are able to provide groceries and toiletries to students at no cost. Students who are interested in accessing the Transitions Pantry may do so by completing this form. After the completed form is received, a staff member from the office of the Dean of Students will reach out to schedule a pick-up time for the requested items.
- If you need to make an initial counseling appointment, please call the Counseling Center at 919-530-7646. The center will initiate a telehealth appointment to assess your needs.
- If you are an existing client, please call or email your counselor or call 919-530-7646 to schedule a telehealth appointment.
- Crisis counselors are available to students experiencing a mental health crisis at the Counseling Center from Monday to Friday between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. by calling 919-530-7646 or by contacting the University Police at 919-530-6106 at any time.
New Student and Family Programs
Congratulations class of 2024! SOAR, designed to help you make a smooth transition to life at NCCU, is for first-time students who have recently graduated from high school and transfer students from a community college or other four-year institutions. We are looking forward to showcasing NCCU traditions, campus culture and academic programs during orientation. You will also learn about the exciting new experiences and challenges you may encounter during your first year, including academic expectations and student life.
There are three parts to SOAR orientation. SOAR will begin with the pre-SOAR online modules, continue with course advising and virtual registration with an academic advisor, and finish with an in-person orientation day in July.
Registration for Fall 2020 SOAR is open until July 5, 2020. Students can register at https://www.nccu.edu/life-nc-central/soar.
Schedule career center appointments via video chat or phone. Head to Handshake to schedule an appointment. Once you’ve selected your appointment category and type, you will see an option to select your appointment medium in the upper right corner of your screen.
Continue to live, learn and grow by finishing this semester strong! Please take advantage of any needed resources during this time.
Get ready for Fall 2020! Students, be sure to register for Fall 2020 courses by May 22nd to secure your housing assignment. Students must be enrolled in at least 12 hours to secure housing. Students not enrolled by May 22nd are subject to losing their fall housing assignment.
For questions, contact the Department of Residential Life at 919-530-7298 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Confused about remote learning accommodations? Student Accessibility Services has created a useful guide for students, faculty and staff on handling accommodations remotely.
- To contact SAS, please refer to the contact information listed on their webpage.
- If you are a student on campus and need to make an appointment, please call the Student Health Center at 919-630-6317. The Center will initiate a telehealth appointment to assess your needs and determine any possible COVID-19 exposure.
- For the pharmacy, please call 919-530-5485.