There are several ways to become involved in the life of your alma mater, both on campus and in your local area. If you are interested in learning more about the opportunities below and are eager to connect with fellow Eagles, please complete the volunteer form to begin your volunteer experience.
The Honorable Eagle Alumni Recruitment Team (HEART) training is a 90-minute webinar led by our NCCU Enrollment Management team, and it is designed for alumni interested in representing their alma mater at local and national college events. Participants receive a one-year certification.
Alumni mentors have the opportunity to provide students with academic guidance and career and personal development advice. Our office currently partners with the African American Male Initiative Program, University Career and Professional Development, and University College to recruit alumni mentors for students within their programs.
Class Reunion Committee Volunteer
Class reunion committee volunteers are loyal alumni who help to strengthen the connection with other proud Eagle alumni. Throughout the year, they inspire their classmates to give back and come back to campus for reunion activities during reunion weekend.
NCCU Alumni Association
The Office of Alumni Relations encourages alumni to join the North Carolina Central University Alumni Association (NCCUAA). With nearly 40,000 graduates across the United States, the NCCUAA alumni chapters work to cultivate local alumni connections and increase the visibility of NCCU.
For more information on how to become involved, visit NCCUAA.