NCCU Statement: Nov. 5, 2021

Posted November 05, 2021, 10:54AM

North Carolina Central University (NCCU) is committed to preserving administrative and fiscal integrity across the institution. As a part of this ongoing due diligence, an investigation was recently conducted in response to an internal inquiry regarding misappropriation of funds within a unit of Auxiliary Enterprises. The conclusion of this review resulted in the removal of personnel and realignment of processes. While the University is confident it has addressed the issue in its entirety, we have nevertheless engaged an external firm to conduct a more extensive review and recommend additional security measures, procedural changes or policy enhancements as warranted.

The results of the internal investigation have been forwarded to the appropriate authorities for follow-up and additional action as necessary. NCCU takes seriously the role of maintaining, stewarding and managing all funds and resources under its purview and will thoroughly investigate areas of concern for swift resolve. The University also affirms its commitment to work with authorities in prosecuting individuals found culpable of misconduct to the fullest extent of the law.

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