Welcome to the North Carolina Central University (NCCU) Campus Resource Page, your go-to hub for comprehensive support throughout your university journey. Discover our campus food pantries for nutritious meal options, access health and well-being resources for physical and mental care, and explore student support for everything from financial advice to career guidance.


Our academic support services, including tutoring and study groups, are designed to help you achieve your full potential. At NCCU, we’re committed to nurturing your success both academically and personally. Dive in and make the most of your college experience!

Campus Pantry

The mission of the NCCU Campus Pantry (CP) is to reduce the burden of food insecurity for the NCCU campus community. The Department of Nutrition Science was instrumental in the inception and design of the pantry and continues to manage and direct the busiest food assistance program on campus. Students in the nutrition program have an opportunity to work as volunteers, develop educational programs and promotional events, and conduct research through the CP.


Transitions is a support program at our campus for students facing homelessness or food insecurity, providing resources like the free Transitions Pantry, housing aid, and life skills seminars. Contact Star Dorsett for assistance or donations at 919-530-7492 or [email protected].

Academic Support

Academic Advising

  • For students with less than 53 credits, academic advising is a major source of help with scheduling, academic advice and navigating the university

Academic Success Coaching

Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction

Student-Athlete Academic Support

Student Support

NCCU is devoted to the academic success of every Eagle, offering a comprehensive range of services. This includes academic and housing accommodations, specialized support for first-generation students, and various leadership development opportunities. We provide testing and note-taking services, engaging student enrichment workshops, and adjustments for temporary injuries. Accessibility is a priority, with assistive technology, public accommodation, and a robust accessibility policy for course design. We also address specific needs through transportation and pregnancy-related accommodations. Our commitment extends to incoming freshmen and transfer students with an easy accommodation registration process, ensuring a supportive and inclusive educational environment for all.