North Carolina Central University will operate under Condition 1 (Reduced Operations) of the Adverse Weather and Emergency Event Policy tonight, Jan. 20, beginning at 10 p.m. through Saturday, Jan. 22, 10 a.m. All classes on Friday, Jan. 21, will be held virtually.
NCCU is continuing efforts to assist students by allocating approximately $8 million to cover unpaid balances and provide textbooks, e-book vouchers and housing allowances for students with economic need.
President Joe Biden has appointed NCCU alumna Peggy G. Carr, Ph.D., ’76, as commissioner of the National Center for Education Statistics.
NCCU's James E. Shepard Memorial Library is participating in “September 11, 2001: The Day That Changed the World,” an educational exhibition that presents the history of 9/11.
NCCU students Chisom Ezenwenyi and Philomena Onasanya were named American Heart Association HBCU Scholars.
NCCU School of Business and Wake Technical Community College are coming together to offer a bachelor’s degree in accounting.
NCCU Art Museum turns the spotlight on the notable Day family of North Carolina and Virginia in a featured exhibit running through Nov. 7.
The inaugural T.R.U. Eagles program at North Carolina Central University, which supports rural and disadvantaged first-year students received a $10,000 donation from Amazon's Black Employee Network (BEN).
NCCU has been awarded $3.3 million by the U.S. National Science Foundation to support research and expand professional diversity in the field of advanced materials science.
NCCU has provided nearly $5 million in textbooks, e-book vouchers and laptop bundles to students with economic need. The funds came from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund, part of the CARES Act.
Faculty and staff who have not uploaded proof of full COVID-19 vaccination via myEOL on or before Sept. 8, will be assigned to participate in weekly surveillance testing beginning the week of Sept. 13.
Siobahn Day Grady, Ph.D., turned a childhood interest in science into a career in computers and artificial intelligence, and encourages others to do the same.
NCCU alumnus Anthony Jackson, ’93, was appointed superintendent of Chatham County Schools in Pittsboro, N.C. beginning in July.