As North Carolina Central University students transition to online courses this week, faculty and staff share words of inspiration to help Eagles finish the Spring 2020 semester strong.
The impact of COVID-19 has affected everyone’s daily life, with our “new” normal consisting of online classes, teleworking and virtual engagement – just to name a few of recent changes.
Health disparities specialists from an NCCU research institute will assist three counties facing health disparities amid COVID-19.
NCCU alumna Olivia Robinson has been soaring in her career and on behalf of her North Carolina community, as well.
Junior history major Miranda Clinton seized the opportunity to demonstrate her knowledge of African American history and culture on Bounce TV’s Black College Quiz Show.
NCCU’s Kappa Gamma chapter of Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society initiated nearly 200 high-achieving students into the honor society.
University of North Carolina President Bill Roper announced that in consultation with all UNC System institutions, a decision has been made to continue online course delivery through our summer sessions.
The #NCCUStillSoaring campaign recognizes and encourages the NCCU community who are finding innovative ways to keep learning, stay engaged, make connections and achieve goals despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, North Carolina Central University transitioned to online or remote instruction as the format for all courses, effective March 23, 2020.
North Carolina Central University is saddened by the loss of Mr. Ellis Marsalis Jr., an iconic musician, pianist and the patriarch of the Marsalis family, who passed away on April 1, 2020.
Scholarly research and student mentorship are top qualities for Merck Professor.
Michael Hill will direct NCCU's Human Resources team.
NCCU alumnus Eric Bracy,’95, was recently honored with North Carolina Association of Curriculum and Development’s 2020 Distinguished Educator of the Year Award.