#NCCUStillSoaring

Posted April 07, 2020, 1:22PM

The #NCCUStillSoaring campaign recognizes and encourages NCCU students, staff and faculty who are finding innovative ways to keep learning, stay engaged, make connections and achieve their goals despite the interruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

By sharing those stories and celebrating wins both big and small, we hope to motivate our fellow Eagles to remain upbeat and goal-oriented while showcasing how they thrive within. 

Such examples may take place as individuals find new ways to study or work at home, learn hobbies or develop new talents, master a challenge needed to meet their goals, relieve stress through exercise or other positive actions, or just find a fun new way to hang out with family and friends virtually. 

We are asking students, faculty and staff to tell us about what they are doing that makes them feel like they are “crushing it.” 

Also, Eagles will be asked to give feedback on others who have great work-around ideas or other innovative solutions to keep things moving forward. 

Join in with us by submitting your story here: https://bit.ly/nccustillsoaring.

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