From the processional entrance to the benediction, the 142nd commencement exercises at NCCU were filled with enthusiasm, cheers, advice, anecdotes and even an astronaut.
During the Sept. 16 game against UCLA, those paying close attention to Eagle football players will see that their uniforms bear an additional patch.
Top accolades include No. 11 HBCU in nation; No. 7 best college for veterans and No. 8 top performer on social mobility among southern regional universities.
University experienced increases in sponsored research (97.4%) and fundraising (8.6%) for 2022-2023, as well as growth in enrollment (5.5%) and housing for fall 2023.
Grant program will study effectiveness of using data science for social justice as a tool to broaden participation of historically marginalized communities in STEM.
Event will feature leading history and African American studies scholars from across the U.S., reflecting on the history of Durham, Duke, NCCU, scholarship in the Jim Crow South and Black historiography.
University is first HBCU in Triangle region and second in state to receive this distinction.
The latest album by Lenora Helm Hammonds, D.M.A., called “Journeywoman,” concerns the odyssey of an archetypal woman who struggles with birth, death and self-definition.
Among those participants will be Ezeji Nwanaji-Enwerem and Taya Davis from North Carolina Central University (NCCU).
Program boasts a retention rate of nearly 90% and all participants from the first cohort – class of 2022 - have graduated with the exception of two students who are currently pursuing a second degree from NCCU.
The live event will be held on Thursday, Sept. 7, 2023, in the NCCU School of Law Moot Courtroom.
Faison will begin his appointment, effective Aug. 21, 2023
NCCU has experienced significant power and network outages due to the severe storms that descended upon the Triangle area today, Aug. 15. Note campus operational updates for tomorrow, Aug. 16.