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.
NCCU nursing major Ashley Sherman has been recognized for outstanding leadership and service by the North Carolina Campus Compact.
Leonardo Williams, ’05,’15, was recently elected to the Ward III Durham City Council seat. Williams hopes to translate first-hand entrepreneurial experience into positive change for Durham.
NCCU provost and vice chancellor for Academic Aﬀairs, David H. Jackson Jr., Ph.D., was recently named a FAMU National Alumni Association Distinguished Alumni for his influential contributions to education.
Christicel Okeke, the daughter of Nigerian immigrants who desired to provide a better life for their children, always wanted to make her parents proud by applying the education given to her in the U.S.
NCCU is one of three Historically Black Colleges and Universities selected by Cognosante for its new HBCU Partner Alliance.
Joy Clark always aspired to attend law school however her love for math and teaching took her on alternative path. The 2016 presidential election sparked her interest to pursue her ultimate goal – a law degree.
After the birth of Jasmine Pittman’s first son, she sought a career that would provide a flexible schedule. Her interest in computer science, especially the cybersecurity aspect led her to NCCU.
Jailyn Smith will complete her studies at North Carolina Central University and leave with extensive research experiences.
For business graduate Dion Brinson, receiving his degree is a testament to the importance of persevering in the midst of adversity.
NCCU mourns the loss of Courtland Parker, a senior behavioral and social sciences major from Durham, N.C., who passed away suddenly on Friday, Dec. 3.
NCCU will host its 138th Commencement Exercises on Saturday, Dec. 11, in McDougald-McLendon Arena and award degrees to approximately 760 graduates.
Studying the earth and solving environmental issues has always been a dream for North Carolina Central University (NCCU) graduate student Kenmina Devine.