World famous drummer and percussionist Sheila E. will discuss her career journey during the L.E.A.P symposium on March 23, 10:40 a.m., in the NCCU Student Center. The event is free and open to the public.
North Carolina Central University’s Department of Mass Communication will introduce a new digital filmmaking concentration in fall 2023.
NCCU School of Law Veteran’s Clinic Awarded $100,000 from Duke Energy Foundation for Booker T. Spicely Endowed Scholarship
The scholarship fund will benefit law students involved with and enrolled in the Veterans Law Clinic, and who are working on issues related to the legal and civil rights of veterans.
NCCU will celebrate its football team – the 2022 HBCU National Champion Eagles - with a parade and pep rally at 10 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 21.
The NCCU Jazz Ensemble will return to the Lincoln Center in New York City to compete in the Jack Rudin Championship, a two-day band competition, on Jan. 14-15, 2023.
Volunteers will create meal packages and no-sew blankets for underserved community members in honor of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
A new advisory council established by the North Carolina Central University Department of Mass Communication will equip aspiring public relations professionals to become experts in the industry.
The National Society for Minorities in Hospitality named three NCCU students - Simone Edmundson, Adenicka Blake and Chandler Williamson - to the 2022-2023 National Executive Board.
NCCU remembers Ms. Keshawna Alderman, a second-year law student, who passed away on Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2022.
An estimated 662 NCCU graduates received their degrees as the university held its 140th Commencement Exercises inside McDougald-McLendon Arena on Dec. 10, 2022.
Becoming a physician has always been Eduardo Castaneda’s goal. But the road for the Guatemala native to achieve his dreams included multiple stumbling blocks.
When Erica Wade ,'22, loss her daughter to a rare genetic condition in May, she wanted to leave the nursing program. But with support from her husband and NCCU community, she will earn her degree on Dec. 10.
It was Tyler Fisher’s humble beginnings that inspired him to soar beyond limits when he arrived at NCCU in Fall 2018. He and his family experienced homelessness and Fisher was committed to succeeding.