Leland Melvin, the first NFL draftee to have flown in space, will serve as the keynote speaker for the 142nd Commencement Exercises, Dec. 9.
Netanya Dennis, a chemistry and psychology double major, will be the first Eagle to begin Yale University’s Ph.D. program in interdepartmental neuroscience in fall 2023.
With a week left to the grand finale of the NCCU spring semester, mass communication major Victoria Cooper-Thompson has already achieved her goal of becoming a news reporter before earning her degree.
The NCCU Board of Trustees is scheduled to meet on Wednesday, April 26, 2023, at 9 a.m., in the Emma Marable Conference Room, Main Floor, of the William Jones Building on campus.
NCCU wasn’t biomedical sciences major Andrew Barber’s first choice, but given his family’s strong legacy at the university, he knew that the Eagles would provide him with top-notch resources to help him soar.
For Jesse White, obtaining his bachelor’s degree was once a dream too good to be true. But on May 6, his wish will become reality.
Asia Skyers has always wanted to be a lawyer, and with good reason as she had wonderful models in the legal field to look up to.
A new endowed professorship in the School of Education has been established with the support of Dr. and Mrs. Goodnight.
NCCU will utilize data science, AI and machine-learning to study the impact of natural hazards in marginalized communities in the state, which are less resilient to the impacts of natural disasters.
Power to campus should be restored by 1 p.m. Classes starting prior to 2 p.m. cancelled.
Executive board members include Cameron Emery as SGA president, Amaiya Nesmith as SGA vice president, Gabriella Ross as the 81st Miss NCCU and Gabriel Bason as the 24th Mister NCCU.
Opportunity for public feedback via the CALEA Portal.
The music industry’s top talk box artist will share his career journey at the L.E.A.P. Talk Symposium on April 11, 10:40 a.m., in the NCCU Student Center Event Hall.