Join NCCU for the Virtual Homecoming Experience

Posted October 16, 2020, 4:54PM

Eagles across the country are invited to celebrate with North Carolina Central University virtually on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020.  Decorate your home, make your favorite tailgate dish, put on your maroon-and-gray game day attire and join us for the Virtual Homecoming Game Day Experience. 

The day will be filled with opportunities for you to relive past reunion and homecoming memories and celebrate the present. We will hear from our chancellor, Dr. Johnson O. Akinleye, tour the sloping hills and verdant green, join virtual tailgates, celebrate special milestones, march to the beat of the NCCU Sound Machine, watch some Eagle football, and end the day listening to great music from the NCCU Greek Bowl. 

“Homecoming is an exciting time; it’s a time to return to campus to reminisce about the past, celebrate the school’s growth, and to showcase our Eagle spirit,”  said Lamisa McCoy-Foxx, assistant vice-chancellor of Alumni Relations.

“While all in-person events on the sloping hills and verdant green may be cancelled, we have found a way to bring our alumni back to celebrate 110 years virtually.  We are excited about the day that has been planned and look forward to welcoming you HOME.”

In addition to the Virtual Homecoming Experience, Eagles will have an opportunity to show their Eagle Pride by supporting the “We Are 110” campaign that will run from Oct. 19-31. 

The goal is for Every Eagle to create a lasting impact in the lives of today’s students by investing in their future. Take a moment to explore our exciting projects and make your “We Are 110” gifts today. 

For more information, visit

Eagle Pride, Amplified! 


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